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— fi'l^ 

CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



MAN US C RI PTS 



IN THE 



Eitirarp of Crtuitp ^College, DubJiit 



TO WHICH IS ADDED 



A LIST OF THE FAGEL COLLECTION OF MAPS IN 
THE SAME LIBRARY 



COMPILED BY 



T. K. ABBOTT, B.D., D.Litt. 
(librarian) 




DUBLIN: HODGES, FIGGIS, & CO. (Ltd.), 104, GRAFTON STREET 
LONDON : LONGMANS, GREEN, & CO., PATERNOSTER ROW 

PUBLISHERS TO THE UNIVERSITY 

I goo 



Printed at the 




By Ponsonby a Weldbick. 




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PREFACE. 



The collection of mss. here catalogued had its beginning 
(so far as can be ascertained) in the gift (or bequest) by 
Sir Geo. Carew, President of Munster (died 1629), of some 
MSS. in the Irish language (Nos. 1432 to 1436). One book 
indeed (No. 609) was presented by Ussher himself, but at 
what date is not known. In 1652, Miles Sumner was a 
benefactor to the Library, and, a little later, Bishop Henry 
Jones, Vice-Chancellor, presented the Book of Durrow, one 
of our most valued possessions. From this small beginning 
the collection was raised to a position of the first importance 
by the acquisition, in 1 661, of Archbishop Ussher's Library, 
which had been purchased for Trinity College, a few years 
before, by the officers and soldiers of Cromwell's army in 
Ireland (see The Book of Trinity College, p. 149). The MSS. 
belonging to this Library occupy almost the entire of 
Presses A, B, C, and D. 

Not long after this, in 1674, Sir Jerome Alexander, 
Justice of the Common Pleas, bequeathed to the College 
a valuable collection of books, including many MSS., chiefly 
relating to law and politics. These MSS. are contained in 
Press G, shelves 3 and 4. In 1682 Dr. Huntingdon, of 
Merton College, Oxford, afterwards Provost of Trinity 
College, presented to the Library several Oriental MSS. 
(Nos. 1 5 10, 1 5 18-1528). A most important addition to the 
Library was made, in 1741, by Bishop Steame's bequest 
of the MSS. formerly belonging to Dr. John Madden, and 
now contained in Press F. These include the Depositions 



iv PREFACE. 

relating to the rebellion of 1641, which had belonged to 
Matthew Barry, Clerk of the Council. W. Barry, M.A., and 
John Lyon, M.A., were also liberal benefactors before 1742. 

The next important accession consisted of a collection 
of Irish MSS. which had belonged to the celebrated Dr. 
Edward Lhwyd. These were presented, in 1786, by Sir 
John Sebright (Nos. 1298, 1302-13 17, 13 19-1322). In the 
same year some beautiful Oriental MSS. were presented by 
W. Digges Latouche. 

The Library of M. Greffier Fagel, Pensionary of Holland, 
purchased for the College, in 1802, by the Board of Erasmus 
Smith, included many valuable MSS. chiefly relating to the 
affairs of France and Holland (see Nos. 893-909, 984, 987, 
988, also 81). A fine collection of Egyptian Papyri was 
presented by Lord Kingsborough in 1838. 

In 1854 Dr. C. W. Wall, Vice-Provost, purchased and 
presented to the Library a very remarkable set of volumes, 
being original records of the Inquisition in Italy (Nos. 1223 
to 1277. See note on p. 241). In the same year the Book 
of Armagh, anciently called the ' Canon of Patrick' (No. 52), 
was purchased by Archbishop J. G. Beresford, and pre- 
sented to the College. But the part taken by the Rev. W. 
Reeves (afterwards Bishop of Down) in securing this MS. 
must not be forgotten. As soon as he learned (in 1853) 
that it was for sale, and in danger of being lost to the 
country, he forthwith paid the price demanded (;^30o). 
Some few months later the Archbishop, on being made 
acquainted with the circumstances, repaid Mr. Reeves the sum 
he had expended, and presented the book to the College. 
There are few ancient MSS. the history of which is so well 
known. Written in 807, it was not very long after provided 
with an endowment to secure its safe custody (it being used 
in administering oaths, which, so taken, had a peculiar virtue), 
and it remained in the hereditary charge of one family 
(hence named Moyer, or Mac Moyer) for about eight 



PREFACE. V 

centuries. At the end of that period (in or about 1680) 
it was pawned, for five pounds, by the keeper, who had 
become the ownier. Subsequently (before 1707) it was 
bought by Mr. Brownlow, from whose lineal representative 
it was purchased by Mr. Reeves (see Book of Trinity College, 
pp. 163, 164; and for further detail Proceedings of Royal 
Irish Academy, Sen iii., vol. 2).* 

In 1857, Charles Count de Meuron presented several 
volumes relating to the history of Geneva and of the 
Reformation in Switzerland (Xos. 1145-1163). 

The bequest of Rev. Aiken Irvine (1881) included several 
MSS. In 1890 the Rev. Robert P. Graves presented a 
collection of MSS. which had belonged to Sir W. R. 
Hamilton, including his correspondence with Sir John 
Herschel, Professor De Morgan, and others. 

In addition to the above, the following donors are men- 
tioned in the Catalogue of 1742 : — Murtagh Bowling, Sir 
William Gore, LL.D., Thomas Halley, M.A., Thomas Hey, 
Com. Hignett, M.A., Alexander Jephson, M.A., Archbishop 
Parker (of Dublin), Sir Henrj- Prescott, Gordian Strowbridge, 
and Charles Willoughby, M.D. Other later donors were : — 
The East India Company, Sir R. Peel on behalf of the Irish 
Government, the Duke of Leinster, Col. Beaufoy, George 
Roe Boyce, M.A., Rev. W. G. Carroll, M.A., Major Clenaghan, 
Rev. C. H. Davis, M.A. Oxf, Captain Egan, Rev. C. R. 
Elrington, D.D., W. Eustace, B.A., Lieut. Ellis, G. A. 
Grierson, B.A., CLE., Rev. H. C. Groves, D.D., Rev. Charles 
Hamilton, Rev. S. Haughton, M.D., W. S. Haughton, Rob. 
Jager, Ven. S. M. Kyle, LL.D., W. H. Le Fanu, Harold 
Littledale, M.A., Provost H. Lloyd, D.D., Major Long, 

Rev. Thos. Lyster, D.D., W. Shaw Mason, M'Cartney, 

R. S. Mansfield, George M'Kay, LL.D., Count de Meuron, 
W. D. Moore, B.A., Major Nicolls, John O'Donovan, LL.D., 

* The MS. had been offered for sale by aacdon in 1831, and bought in 
at ^390. 



vi PRE FA CE. 

George A. Ram, J. H. Reddan, Provost Sadleir, D.D., St. 
George Stock, M.A. Oxf., Whitley Stokes, LL.D., Rev. J. W. 
Stubbs, D.D., Deane Swift, M.A., T. J. Westropp, M.A. 

Mss. have been purchased from time to time both singly 
and in collections. The principal collections to be noted 
are : — a series of Icelandic MSS. (Nos. 989-1037), Sir W. 
Gore Ouseley's Oriental MSS., and Bishop Reeves' MSS. 
(Nos. 1 059- 1 142 and 11 88, 1695-1697). 

The oldest Catalogue of the MSS. in this Library is that 
numbered 7 in the present list. It was compiled in 1688, 
and from it was taken that printed in the Catalogi Libb. 
MSS. Angliae et Hiberniae (Oxon., 1697). 

A few years after the Library had been transferred to the 
present building (completed in 1732), Mr. John Lyon was 
employed to draw up a Catalogue for use in the Library 
itself, and this has continued up to the present to be the 
list used by readers. 

In or about 1814, Dr. Henry J. Monck Mason, under the 
appointment of the Irish Board of Commissioners of Public 
Records, undertook the compilation of a Catalogue with a 
view to publication. The terms proposed by Dr. Monck 
Mason were approved, and when the Catalogue was finished 
in the rough copy, the Board required him to deliver it 
to them. On Dr. Mason then raising the question of remu- 
neration, it was discovered that ' no Minute had been 
entered of the original engagement. So (writes Dr. Mason) 
as the members of the Board had been, some of them, 
changed, and others required the production of the written 
vote, my engagement was not holden to be suflficient to 
overbalance the claims of public ceconomy, which were rather 
pressing at the time.' When Dr. Mason handed over his 
MS. to Trinity College (in 1833), it was intended to publish 
it (after revision) at the expense of the College. The revision, 
however, was never completed. Dr. Mason employed Mr. 
Edward O'Reilly to catalogue the Irish MSS. At a later 



PREFACE. vii 



date, however (about 1 840-1 845), these (as far as p. 48 of 
No. 1337) were very carefully catalogued by a more skilful 
scholar, Dr. John O'Donovan. 

In the compilation of the present Summary Catalogue, 
the works of Lyon and Monck Mason, as well as those of 
O'Reilly and O'Donovan, have, of course, been made use of, 
but frequent reference to the MSS. themselves was necessary 
in order either to verify or, as it might be, to correct the 
entries. A considerable number of MSS. has, moreover, been 
acquired since the latest of those Catalogues was compiled. 

It is, no doubt, desirable that the more ancient volumes, 
which often contain several distinct MSS., should be thoroughly 
re-examined with a view to a more complete description. 
But to have waited for this would have been to postpone 
the publication indefinitely. The present list will at least 
serve to replace, for the present, Bernard's old Catalogue, 
which has hitherto been the only one accessible to students 
at a distance, and which, apart from other imperfections, 
only covers half the present collection. In a few instances 
the older Catalogue will be found to give a more detailed 
enumeration. A considerable portion of the contents of 
several of Ussher's books consists of brief excerpts from 
printed books, and where this is the case, it is rather mis- 
leading than useful to enumerate them. 

As an alphabetical index is a most valuable addition 
to such a Catalogue, no pains have been spared to make the 
indexes as complete as possible. 

Advantage has been taken of the opportunity afforded 
by the publication of this volume to add a Catalogue of the 
important collection of maps contained in the Fagel Library, 
although most of these are printed. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Table of Numbers in Bernard's ' Catalogus ' with 

corresponding numbers in this catalogue, . . xi 

Table of Classing (or Shelf Numbering) of Mss. with 

THE corresponding NUMBERS IN THIS CATALOGUE, xvi 

Catalogue of Manuscripts, i 

,, Irish Manuscripts, 285 

„ Oriental Manuscripts, .... 402 

„ Fagel Collection of Maps, Plans, etc., 438 

Addenda to the Catalogue of Manuscripts, . . . 530 

General Index, 535 

Index to Irish Manuscripts, 582 

Index of First Lines of Irish Poems, . • • 593 



[ xi ] 

TABLE OF NUMBERS IN BERNARD'S 'CATALOGUS* 

IN THE 

' Catalogi Libb. MSS. Anglle, et Hibernl-e.' 
Wi/h corresponding Numbers in this Catalogue. 



[Bernard's Catalogue was taken from that numbered 7 in the pre- 
sent List, which was drawn up in 1688, and has many errors. Since 
that time some collections hive been divided and fresh combinations 
made ; hence it is often difl5cult, and, in some cases, has been found 
impossible, to identify Bernard's items.] 



N'o. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
tbis Cata- 
logue. 


1 No. in 
Bernard's 
1 Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
tbis Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


141 


275 


175 


121,4 


206 


661 


242 


66 


142 


1445 


176 


291 


678 


243 


46 


143 


567 


177 


659 


207 


641 


244 


51 


144 


536 


178 


311 


208 


246 


245 


35 


145 


566 


179 


— 


209 


533,4 


246 


? 


146 


555 


180 


415,2 






247 


44 


147 


255 


181 


— 






248 





148 


115 


182 


1505 


210 


533,1 


249 


36 


149 


269 


183 


143,6 


211 


794 


250 





150 


121,5 


184 


436 


212 1 
213/ 


386 


251 


? 


151 


236 


185 


369 


252 


441 


152 


424 


186 


441 


214 


218 


253 


1432 


153 


871 


187 


456 


215 


123 


254 


1433 


154 


399 


188 


190 


216 


223 


255 


In K.i.A. 


155 


168 


189 


189 


217 


228 


256 


575 


156 


147 


190 


— 


218 1 

219 \ 


170 


257 


In R.I. A. 


157 


779 


191 


793 


258 


122 


158 


418 


192 


792 


220 


216 


259 


1645 


159 


143,5 


/ 


801 


221 


381 


260 


632 


160 


175,1 


193 


365 


222 


386 


261 


474 


161 





580 


223) 


383 


262 


472 


162 


139 


( 


678 


to 


to 


263 


423 


163 


248 


194 


476? 


229) 


386 


264 


287 


164 


166 


195 \ 

196 1 


458? 


2b0 


492 


265 


522 


165 





231 


187 


266 


328 


166 


339 


197 


471 


232 


1516 


267 


85 


167 


317 


198 


468 


233 


567 


268 


83 


168 


251 


199 


460 


234 


234,1 


269 


88 


169 


344 


200 


475 


235 


143,1 


270 { 


Printed 


170 


270 


201 


636 


236 


67 


book. 


171 


308 


202 


465 


237 


75 


271 


440 


172 


132 


203 


— 


238) 




272 





173 





204 


470 


to 


68 


273 


268 


174 


527,2 


205 


459 


241 ) 




274 


304 



^ 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, T.C.D., 



No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


275 


97 


326 


202 


377 


335 


427 


217 


276 


402 


327 


114 


378 


638 


428 


775 


277 


200 


328 


635 


379 


246 


429 


572 


278 


331 


329 


468? 


380 


141,2 


430 


786 


279 


210 


330 


474? 


381 


233,4 


431 


863 


280 


416 


331 


221 


382 


141,1 


432 


662 


281 


228 


332 


638 


383 


— 


433 


— 


282 


543 


333 


382 


384 


292 


434 


153 


283 { 


591 


334 


293 


385 


120 


435 


281 


581 


335 


9 


386 


342 


436 


138,3 


284 


2 


336 j 


568 


387 


196 


437 


138,2 


285 


360 


582 


388 


— 


438 


— 


286 


359 


337 


63 


389 


? 


439 


131 


287 


1 


338 


47 


390 


405 


440 


— 


288 


2,1 


339 


136 


391 


146 


441 


230,1 


289 


4 


340 


49 


392 


298 


442 


428 


290 


6 


341 


139 


393 


406 


443 


— 


291 


3 


342 


71 


394 


379 


444 


156 


292 


288 


343 1 

344 ) 


356 


395 


237 


445 


278 


293 


? 


396 


599 


446 


220 


294 


1512 


345 


— 


397 


152 


447 


548 


295 


534 


346 


— 


398 \ 

399 ] 


293 


448 


296 


296 


98 


3i7 


417 


449 


242,8 


297 


518 


348 


778 


400 


491 


450 


382,3 


298 


361 


349 


782 


401 


334 


451 


378 


299 


1436 


350 


250 


402 


1527 


452 


494 


300 


1514, 3 


351 


203 


403 


1677 


453 


493 


301 


631 


352 


134 


404 


1508 


454 


496 


302 


507 


353 


65 


405 


1506 


455 


697 


303 


641 


354 


803 


406 


? 


456 


393 


304 


? 


355 


196 


407 


516 


457 





305 


604 


356 


533,3 


408 


259 


458 


796 


306 


? 


357 


526 


409 


184 


459 


797 


307 


501,1 


358 


211 


410 


791 


460 


618 


308 


485 


359 


595 


411 


62 


461 


479 


309 


691,1 


360 


370 


412 


55 


462 


643 


310 


490 


361 


594 


413 


66 


463 


— 


311 


499 


362 


143,3 


414 


31 


464 





312 


684 


363 


637 


415 


61 


465 


219 


313 


485 


364 


— 


416 


— 


466 


605 


314 


608 


365 


347 


417 


68 


467 


124 


315 


503 


366 


776,4 


418 


497 


468 


117 


316 


392 


367 


300 


419 


186 


469 


512 


317 


410 


368 


143,7 


420 


634 


470 


692 


318 


787 


369 


279 


( 


668 


471 


207 


319 


165 


370 


240 


421 { 


678 


472 


387 


320 


229 


371 


341 


1 


581 


473 


76 


321 


183 


372 


164 


422 


362 


474 


217 


322 


182 


373 


163 


423 


384 


475 


430 


323 


233 


374 


162 


424 


574 


476 


318 


324 


422 


375 


411 


425 


— 


477 


602 


325 


926 


376 


782 


426 


780 


478 


174 



NUMBERS IN BERNARD'S ' CATALOGUS: 



No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 

Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's ] 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 

this Cata- 
logue. 


479 


229,4 


528 


119,2 


578) 


77 


635 




480 


569 


529 


296,1 


to 


636 


1437 


481 


137 


530 


802 


586) 


sqq. 


637 


21& 


482 


60 


531 


— 


587 


82 


638 


262 


483 


488 


532 


518 


588 


1510 


639 


167 


484 


486 


533 


943 


689 


681,1 


640 


1607 


485 


252 


534 


480 


590 


676 


641 


263 


486 


426 


535 


481 


591 


407 


642 


168 


487 


229 


536 


482 


592 


408 


643 


637 


488 


1609 


537 


1529 


593 


409? 


644 


629 


489 


514 


538 


1606 


594 


410 


645 


284 


490 


— 


539 


29 


595 


776,2 


646 


487 


491 


} 682,2 


540 


261 


596 


474 


647 


1435 


= 336, 2 


541 


1614 


597 


— 


648 


— 


492, I 


489 


542 


260 


598 





649 


1434 


492,2 


160,2 


54n 


161 


599,3,4 


484,5,6 


650 


201 


493 


637 


544 


109 


599, 5 


518 


651 


— 


494 


116 


545 


329 


600 


510 


652 





495 


121,2 


546 


— 


601 


— 


653 


— 


496 


119 


547 


346 


602 


502 


654 


642 


497 


121 


548 


368 


603 


783 


655 


776,3 


498 


380 


649 


434 


C04 





656 


542 


499 


546 


550 


401 


605 


354 


657 


640 


500 


69 


5ol 


148 


606 


612 


658 


541 


501 


1441 


552 


329 


607 


1210? 


659 


553 


502 


403 


553 


277 


608) 
609^ 
610) 




660 


266 


503 


313 


554 


214 


612 


661 


194 


504 


330 


555 


173 




662 


1514 


505 { 


315 


556 


601 


611 


343 


663 


257 


316 


557 


533,2 


612 


567 


664 


516 


506 


781 


658 


327,1 


613 


— 


665 


92 


507 


373 


559 


125 


614 





666 


95 


508 


195 


126 


616 


135 


667 


27 


509 


570 


560 


127 


616 


— 


668 


1685 


510 


138,4 


561 


337 


617 


— 


669 


134 


511 


204 


562 


778 


618 





670 


70 


512 


360 


563 


337 


619 


273 


671 


439 


513 


205 


564 


376 


620 


367 


672 


90 


514 


433 


565 


401 


621 





673 


93 


515 


611 


566 


388 


622 


4S 


674 


34 


516 


686 


567 


23 


623 


645,13 


675 


600 


517 


320 


563 


227 


624 


229 


676 


91 


518 


249 


669 


193 


625 


246 


677 { 


386 


519 


827 


570 


187 


626 


1631 


vol. ir. 


520 


— 


571 


322 


627 


465 


678 { 


386 


521 


613 


572 





628 


302 


Tol. iii. 


522 


797 


673 { 


365 


629 


177 


679 





523 


— 


618 


630 


583 


680 


— 


524 


577 


574 


866 


631 


527 


681 


264 


625 


— 


575 





632 





682 


340 


526 


319 


576 





633 


429 


683 





527 


632 


577 


384 


634 


199 


684 


239 



02 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, TC.D., 



No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. ifl 
this Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
Bernard's 
Cata- 
logue. 


No. in 
this Cata- 
logue. 


685 


545 


734 


274 


784 


617 


839 


1626 


686 


262 


735 


271 


785 


332 


840 


1822 


687 


552 


736 


351 


786 


21 


841 


1521 


688 


321 


737 


541 


787 


179 


842 


1520 


689 


— 


738 


727 


788 


231 


843 


1524 


690 


535 


739 


623 


789 


176 


844 


1525 


691 


799 


740 


232 


790 


45 


845 


1678 


692 


159 


741 


479 


791 


619 


846 


1528 


693 


432 


742 


479 


( 


175,2 


847 


1817 


694 


154 


743 


609 


792? 


175,3 


848 


1494 


695 


196,3 


744 


326 


( 


175,4 


849 





696 


345 


745 


— 


793 


171 


1340 


806 


697 


390 


746 


774 


794 


172 


1641 


807 


698 


128 


747 


— 


795 


290 


1642 ; 


840 


699 


434 


748 


415 


796! 


801,8 


844 


700 


547 


749 


258 


801,9 


1643 { 


672 


701 


498 


750 


53 


801, lo 


843 


702 


478 


751 


54 


797 


790 


1644 





703 


603 


752 


30 


798 \ 
799/ 


784 


1645 j 

1646 1 


809 


704 


150 


753 


397 


to 


705 


223 


754 


112 


800 


1514 


840 


706 


— 


755 


197 


801 


285 


1647 


846 


707 


276 


756 


208 


802 


286 


1648 


857 


708 


192 


757 


1514 


803 1 




1649 


804 


709 


225 


758 


243 


to } 


286 


1650 


864 


710 


131 


759 


596 


806 * 




1651 


617 


711 


— 


760 


309 


807 


266 


1652 


— 


712 


118 


761 


335 


808 


511 


1653 


669 


713 


— 


762 


389 


809 


510,1 


1654 s<?. 


1213 sq. 


714 


191 


763 


— 


1 


582 


1656 


— 


715 


145 


764 


349 


I 


774 


1657 


673 


716 


327 


765 


301 


810 1 


591 


1658 





717 


130 


766 


375 


i 


363 


1659 


849 


718 


144 


767 


1504 


Y 


645 


1660 





719 


336 


768 


312 


811 


216 


1661 


856 


720 


135,2 


769 


— 


812 


520 


1662 


678 


721 


— 


770 


224 


813 


241 


1663 


72 


722 


151 


771 


206 


814 


244 


1664 


851 


723 





772 


— 


815 


— 


1665 


866 


724 { 


144 


773 


140 


816 


180 


1666 


652 


Tol. ii. 


774 


155 


817 


387 


1667 


656 


725 


144 


775 


400 


818 


606 


1668 


654 


726 


1511 


776 


421 


819 


601 


1669 


663 


727 


541 


777 


— 


8-20 


438 


1670 


659 


728 


307 


778 


136 


821 \ 




1671 


655 


729 


425 


779 


280 


to 


110 


1672 


666 


730 





780 


29 


836 ) 




1673 


664 


731 


533 


781 


1495 


837 


22 


1674 


.:_ 


732 


— 


782 


188 


838 


26 


1675 


— 


733 


409 


783 


573 











NUMBERS IN BERNARD'S ' CATALOGUS: 



NOTES TO PRECEDING TABLE. 



No. in 
Bernard's 
Catalogue. 




179 


Noted as inissing in 1688. 


203 
248 


1702. 
»« » >f 


250 


Was lent to Dr. Ravmonc 



when it was found in Drogheda, and purchased by Chevalier 

O' Gorman, who presented it to the Royal Irish Academy 

in 1785. 
257 Was lodged in Paris by Sir John Fitzgerald in the time of James II. 

In 1787, tlirough the Abbe Kearney of Paris, it was sent to 

the Royal Irish Academy. 
270 A printed book : ' Breviarium sec. nsnm Sarum.' A,D. 1494. 

Printed by Peter Levet. 
272 Noted as missing in 1742. 
345 Commonplace book ; identification oncertain. 

347 Has the old press-marks. 

383 Missing ia 1742. 

416 In the Marquess of Bute's Library. Bnlkeley collated it for Mill, 
so it was probably lost through being lent to him for that pur- 
pose. 

443 One of five volumes claimed, about 1800, as belonging to the office 
of the Auditor-General. 

520 Noted as missing in 1742. 

523 Claimed by Auditor-General. (See 443.) 

525 

531 Noted as missing in 1688. 

533 » » 1742. Recovered in 1850. 

572 „ „ 1702. 

703 In Bernard's ' Catalogus,' 6, is ' Pet. Blesensis et Rathramni 
Epistolae.* This is an error arising from the misreading of a 
heading. There are no letters of Rathramnus in the volume. 

849 The original MS. of Bedell's Irish Bible (O. T.) belonged to Arch- 
bishop Marsh, and the earUer part (to Canticles) is now in 
Marsh's Library, Dublin, together with a copy of the remainder. 
In this copy is a note by the Archbishop stating that the 
original had been left in the hands of Provost Huntingdon 
some time before 1688, and was sometime after that in the 
College Library ' as appears by the Catalogue of the Manu- 
scripts of the said Colledge printed in the large catalogue of 
manuscript books published at Oxford, being now unhapUy 
lost' (see Bernard, No. 1987). It is now in the Library of 
Cambridge University which acquired it with Bishop Moore's 
Library in 1715. 
1340 In Bernard's time, 1340 sqq. were in the possession of Dr. John 
Madden. They were given to the College by Bishop John 
Steamein 1741. In the ' Catalogus,' 1340 is succeeded by 1641. 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, T.C.D., 



TABLE OF CLASSING (OR SHELF NUMBERING) OF MSS., 
With the corresponding Numbers in this Catalogue. 







No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 






logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


A. 1. 


1 


63 


A. 5. 1 


40 


A. 6. 11 


218 




2 


35 


2 


114 


12 


154 




3 


65 


3 


115 


13 


161 


■| 


4 


36 


4 


116 








5 


67 


6 


117 








6 


58 


6 


118 


B. 1. 1 


77 




7 


62 


7 


122 


2 


109 




8 


31 


8 


123 


3 


78 




9 


66 


9 


124 


4 


79 




10 


75 


10 


125 


5 


80 




11 


74 


11 


127 


6 


161 




12 


46 


12 


128 


7 


162 




13 


49 


13 


129 


8 


166 




14 


39 


14 


134 


9 


166 


A. 2. 


1 

2 

3-13) 
1-14 ■ 

15 

16 


71 , 
51 


15 
16 


135 
136 


10 
11 


167 
168 




17 


137 


12 


169 


A. 3. 


110 

111 
112 


18 

19 
20 
21 


138 
139 
130 
140 


13 

15 1 
16 


121 
170 
171 


A. 4. 


1 


47 


22 


119 








2 


48 


23 


142 


B.2. 1 


186 




3 


63 


24 


143 


2 


187 




4 


69 


25 ) 




3 


188 




5 


67 


26 } 

27 ) 


144 


4 


189 


, 


6 


66 




5 


190 




7 


76 


28 


146 


6 


192 




8 


45 


29 


147 


7 


172 




9-11 


68 


30 


148 


8 


173 




12 


29 


31 


1685 


9 


1512 




13 


258 






10 


163 




14 


61 


A. 6. 1 


145 


11 


164 




15 


55 


2 


267 


12 


180 




16 


34 


3 


149 


13 


181 




17 


43 


u 


131 


14 


1518 




18 


44 


16 


1619 




19 


54 


6 


132 


16 


182 




20 


60 


7 


150 


17 


184 




21 


30 


8 


152 








22 


70 


9 


153 


B.3. 1 


82 


A. 4. 


23 


69 


A. 6. 10 


269 


2 


92 



TABLE OF CLASSING {OR SHELF NUMBERING), xvii 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this CaU- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


B.3. 3 


93 


B.6. 5 


216 


C.l. 19 


238 


4 


83 


6 


1504 


20 


239 


5 


97 


7 


1511 


21 


240 


6 


98 


8 


1526 


22 


241 


7 


99 


9 


1494 


23 


242 


8 


194 


10 


21 


24 


243 


9 


85 


11 


1514 


25 


247 


10 


86 


12 


217 


26 


248 


11 


87 


13 


183 


27 


249 


12 


84 


14 


1495 


28 


250 


13 


88 


15 


219 


29 


251 


14 


90 


"1 


1509 






15 
16 


91 
195 


1677 
1367 


C.2. 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 


141 
252 
254 
255 
256 
257 
271 
272 
273 
274 
193 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 


17 


95 


18 


1506 


18 \ 

19 1 

B.4. 1 

2 
3 


« 

191 
196 
174 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


1508 
1527 
1528 
1678 
22 
1529 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


197 
1516 
1517 
1530 
1520 
1521 
1522 


25 

26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


1531 

1683 

26 

220 

221 

223 

1645 


11 
12 


1523 
1524 


32 


1505 


13 


1525 






18 


281 


14 
15 
16 


1684 

23 

1645 


C. 1. 1 

2 
3 


223 
224 
225 


19 
20 
21 


282 
283 
284 


17 


199 


4 


226 






18 


200 


5 


2£7 


C.3. 1 \ 




19 


201 


6 


266 


2 


285 


20 


202 


7 


228 


3 


21 


203 


8 


229 


4 ) 




22 


204 


9 


230 


5 


287 


23 


205 


10 


231 


6 


286 


24 


206 


11 


232 


7 


292 


25 


207 


12 


233 


8 


293 


26 


208 


13 


234 


9 


294 






14 


246 


10 


295 


B.5. 1 


209 


15 


235 


11 


120 


2 


210 


16 


236 


12 


244 


3 


211 


17 


237 


13 


159 


B.5. 4 


215 


C.l. 18 


126 


C.3. 14 


298 


*I 


Printed. 1 


V Samm Brevian 


T. Paris : 


Levet, 1494. 





CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, T.C.D., 





No. in 




No. of 




No. in 


Press Marking-. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking 


this Cata- 




logue. 


1 


logue. 




logue. 


C. 3. 15 


297 


C. 5. 3 


344 


D.l. 24 


368 


16 


298 


4 


345 


25 


370 


17 


299 


6 


346 


26 


371 


18 


300 


6 


245 


27 


372 


19 


301 


7 


155 


28 


373 


20 


302 


8 


347 


29 


374 


21 


303 


9 


288 


30 


375 


22 


304 


10 


290 


31 


376 


23 


305 


11 


289 


32 


377 


24 


306 


12 


291 


33 


378 


25 


307 


13 


1210 


34 


379 


26 


308 


14 


348 






27 


309 


15 


349 






28 


310 


16 


350 


D.2. 1 


380 


29 


311 


17 


351 


2 


381 






18 


259 


3 


382 


C.4. 1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 


133 
312 
313 
315 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
316 
326 
327 
264 
265 
328 
829 
330 
331 
332 
833 
334 
335 
336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 


19 
20 


268 
352 


4 
5 


383 
385 


21 


261 


6 


387 


22 


260 


7 


160 


23 


353 


8 


389 


24 


520 


9 


390 


25 


262 


10 


391 


26 


263 


11 


392 


27 


354 


12 


393 


28 
29 

D. 1. 1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

ii 

9 
10 
11 

12 \ 

13 \ 
14 


355 
362 

12 
1 
6 
5 
4 

7 

357 
364 
365 

356 

366 


13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 1 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 J 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 


» 


394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 

386 

388 
400 
401 
402 
403 
409 


15 
16 


361 
363 


31 
32 


404 
405 


17 
18 
19 
20 


359 
358 
360 
407 


33 
D.3. 1 


406 
415 






21 


408 


2 


416 


C. 5. 1 


342 


22 


369 


3 


774 


2 


343 


D.l. 23 


367 


D. 3. 4 776 



TABLE OF CLASSING {OR SHELF NUMBERING), xix 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 
logfue. 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 
logue. 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 
log;ue. 


D.3. 5 


776 


D.4. 16 


430 


E.l. 19 


459 


6 


2 


17 


431 ' 


20 


460 


7 


777 


18 


432 ' 


21 


456 


8 


778 


19 


433 


22 


462 


9 


779 


20 


434 


23 


463 


10 


780 


21 


435 


24 


464 


11 


781 


22 


436 


25 


480 


12 


782 


23 


437 


26 


484 


13 


783 


24 


438 


27 


485 


14 


784 


25 


439 


28 


518 


15 


785 


26 


440 


29 


519 


16 


786 


27 


441 


30 


471 


17 


787 


28 


442 


31 \ 

32 / 


472 


18 


788 


29 


443 


19 


789 


30 


444 


33 


474 


20 


790 


31 \ 


445 


34 


521 


21 


791 


32 j 


35 


510^ 


22 


792 


33 


446 


36 


645 


23 


793 


34 


447 


37 


522 


24 


794 


35 


1431 


38 


475 


25 


417 


36 


« 


39 


623 


26 


418 






40 


177 


27 


419 






41 


1445 


28 


420 


D. 6. 1,2 


1646 






29 


1211 


3-10 


1647 






30 


410 


11 


448 


E.2. 1 


486 


31 


411 


]2 


73 


2 


527 


32 \ 

33 / 


384 


13 


449 


3 

4 


528 
529 


34 


421 






5 


530 


35 


422 






6 


487 


36 


926 


E. 1. 1 


796 


7 


532 






1 2 


797 


8 


534 






3 


798 


9 


535 


D.4. 1 


212 


4 


799 


10 


541 


2 


923 


5 


455 


11 


536 


3 


423 


6 


800 


12 


537 


4 


424 


7 


801 


13 


538 


5 


425 


8 


467 


14 


539 


6 


214 


9 


468 


15 


490 


7 


426 


10 


802 


16 


540 


8 


156 


11 


803 


17 


542 


9 


270 


12 


478 


18 


481 


10 


428 


13 


504 


19 


543 


11 


157 


14 


469 


20 


544 


12 


213 


15 


513 


21 


491 


13 


253 


16 


458 


22 


526 


14 


429 


17 


479 


23 


492 


D.4. 15 


158 


E. 1. 18 


457 


£. 2. 24 


493 


• A 


box conts 


ining a set of Ne 


per's (or ^ 


'apier's) bones. 





CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, T.C.D., 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking-. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


E. 2. 2.5 


488 


E.4. 6 


683 


E.5. 22 


634 


26 


497 


7 


8 


23 


502 


27 


489 


8 


9 


24 


636 


28 


498 


9 


10 


25 


636 


29 


546 


10 


179 


26 


637 


30 


647 


11 


772 


27 


482 


31 


499 


12 


517 


28 


176 


32 


548 


13 


3 


29 


638 


33 


600 


14 


1437 


30 


639 






15 


551 


31 


466 






16 


577 


32 


640 


E.3. 1 


549 


17 


660 


33-37 


612 


2 


122 


18 


596 






3 


1432 


19 


597 






4 


669 


20 


599 


E. 6. 1 


641 


6 


1433 


21 


600 


2 


496 


6 


550 


22 


601 


3 


609 


7 


570 


23 


507 


4 


603 


8 


680 


24 


508 


5 


642 


9 


671 


25 


585 






10 


678 


26 


602 






11 


175 


27 


477 






12 


476 


28 


465 


F. 1. 1 


616 


13 


582 


29 


461 


2 


646 


14 


566 


30 


495 


3 


643 


15 


667 


31 


661 


4 


615 


16 


668 


32 


598 


5 


613 


17 


663 


33 


672 


6 


614 


18 


581 






7 


647 


19 


573 






8 


564 


20 


674 


E. 5. 1 


612 


9 


643 


21 


875 


2 


603 


10 


668 


22 


684 


3 


614 


11 


1438 


23 


686 


4 


606 


12 


645 


24 


587 


5 


501 


13 


669 


25 


588 


6 


604 


14 


670 


26 


589 


7 


494 


15 \ 

16 ] 


579 


27 


590 


8 


611 


28 


591 


9 


509 


17 


555 


29 


1434 


10 


516 


18 


804 


30 


1435 


11 


682 


19 


864 


31 


592 


12 


515 


20 


806 


32 


552 


13 


605 


21 


807 


S3 


694 


14 


533 


22 


865 


34 


695 


15 
16 


524 
608 










17 


611 


F.2. 1 


808 


£.4. 1 


1436 


18 


470 


2 


809 


2 


1441 


19 


631 


3 


810 


3 


576 


20 


632 


4 


811 


4 


553 


1704 


5 


812 


E.4. 5 


863 


E.5. 21 


633 


F.2. 6 


813 



TABLE OF CLASSING {OR SHELF NUMBERING), xxi 





No. in 


1 


No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


F.2. 7 


814 


F.4. „ / 


847 


F.5. 19 


72 


8 


815 


1449 


20 


687,1 


9 


816 


4 


593 


21 


94 


10 


817 


5 


650 


22 


687,2 


11 


818 


6 


178 
605 '^ 


23 


689 


12 


819 


7 


24 


690 


13 


820 


8 


651 


25 


691 


14 


821 


9 


856 


26 \ 

27 , 


687 


15 


822 


10 


848 


3.4 


16 


823 


11 


849 


28 


692 


17 


824 


12 


850 


29 


687,5 


18 


825 


13 


1440 


30 


693 


19 


826 


14 


851 






20 


827 


15 


852 






21 


828 


16 


866 


F.6. 1 


694 


22 


829 


17 


763 


2 


695 






18 


1217 


3 


805 






19 


427 


4 


17 


F.3. 1 


830 


20 


652 


6 


606 


2 


831 


21 


483 


6 


607 


3 


833 


22 


653 






4 


833 


23 


654 






6 


834 


24 


655 


G.l. 1 


696 


6 


835 


25 


656 


2 


697 


7 


836 


26 


667 


3 


698 


8 


837 


27 


658 


6 ) 


618 


9 


838 


28 


659 


10 


839 


29 


625 


6 


617 


11 


840 


30 


664 


7 


1221 


12 


841 


31 


760 


8 


699 


13 


671 






9 


857 


14 


668 






10 ) 




15 


672 






11 


700 


16 


842 


F.6. 1 


665 


12 ) 




17 


843 


2 


666 


13 


701 


18 


844 


M 


667 


14 


702 


19 


673 


1699 


15 


1219 


20 


845 


4 


675 


16 


703,1 


21 


1439 


5 


676 


17 


704 


22 


648 


6 


677 


18 


773 


23 


1213 


7 


314 


19 


703,2 


24 


668 


8 


678 


20 


706 


25 


1214 


9 


679 


21 


1220 


26 


1215 


10 


688 


22 


705 


27 


1216 


11 


680 


23 


610 


28 


846 


12 


682 






29 \ 

30 / 


644 


13 


412 


G. 2. I ^ 






14 


681 


2 










15 
16 


683 
684 


3 
4 


► 


709 


F.4. 1 


649 


17 


685 


5 






2 


674 


F. 6. 18 


686 


G.2. 6 







CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, TC.D., 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


G.2. 7 


* 


G.5. 1 


738 


H.l. 8 


1282 


8 


710 


2 


739 


9 


1283 


9 


711 


3 


740 


10 


1284 


10 


712 


4 


741 


11 


1285 


11 


709 


5 


742 


12 


1286 


12 


713 


6 


1169 


13 


1287 


13 


37 


7 


1165 


14 


1288 


14 


714 


8 


1173 


15 


1289 


15 


715 


9 


1174 


16 


1290 


16 


743 


10 


1177 


17 


1291 


17 \ 

18 ] 


707 


11 


1170 


18 


1292 


12 


1171 


19 


1293 


19 


871 


13 


1172 






20 
21 


716 
887 


G. 6. 1 


1190 


H.2. I \ 

11 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 ] 
11 

12 

13 
14 

16 
17 

18 


1294 


G.3. 1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

9 } 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 

G.4. 1 

2 


852 
853 
855 
858 
717 
718 
719 

718 

720 
725 
867 
854 
859 
860 

619 
1222 


2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


1198 
1191 
1192 
1194 
1058 
1200 
1201 
1054 
1063 
1055 
1056 
1196 
1197 
921 
932 
1195 
1193 
1176 
1052 


1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 

1300 

1301 

1302 

to 

1314 
1315 
1443 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1339 


3 


726 


21 


1164 






4 


721 


22 


952 


H.3. 1 


1320 


5 


729 


23 


1178 


2 


1321 


6 


722 


24 


1168 


3 


1322 


7 


730 






4 


1323 


8 


861 






5 


1S24 


9 


731 






6 


1325 


10 


732 


H.I. 1 ) 

2 ] 


1278 


7 


1326 


11 


733 


8 


1327 


12 


734 


3 1 




9 


1328 


13 


862 


* 


1279 


10 


1329 


14 


736 


6 ) 




11 


1330 


15 


736 


6 


1280 


12 


1331 


G. 4. 16 


737 


H.l. 7 


1281 


H.3. 13 


1332 


* A Hortus Siccus. 



TABLE OF CLASSING {OR SHELF NUMBERING), xxiii 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this CaU- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


H. 3. 14 


1333 


H.5. 3 


1375 


H.6. 16 


1420 


15 


1334 


4 


1376 


17 


1421 


16 


1335 


5 


1377 


18 


1408 


17 


1336 


6 


1378 


19 


1409 


18 


1337 


7 


1379 


20 


1422 


19 


1340. 


8 


1380 


21 


1404 


20 


1341 


9 


1381 






21 


1342 


10 


1382 






22 


1343 


11 


1383 


I.l. 1 


875 


23 


1344 


12 
13 


1384 
1385 


2 I 

3 / 


883 






14 


1386 


4 


531 


H.4. 1 ) 




15 


1387 


6* 


— 


2 


1345 


16 


1388 


6* 


— 


3 ) 




17 


1389 


7 


876 


4 


1346 


18 


1390 


8 


622 


5 


1347 


19 


1391 


9-18 i 
1.2. 1-13 / 


620 


6 ) 

7 j 


1348 


20 


1392 


21 


1393 


14 


621 


8 


1349 


22 


1394 


15 


766 


9 


1350 


23 


1395 


16 


767 


10 


1351 


24 


1398 


17 


768 


11 


1352 


25 


1396 


18 


769 


12 


1353 


26 


1397 


19 


770 


13 


1354 


27 


1398 


20 


771 


14 


1355 


28 


1399 


21 


P1703 


15 


1356 


29 


1400 






16 
17 


1357 
1358 


30 
31 


1401 
1402 


1.3. 1-14 
15 
16 

17 
18 


565 

748 
656 
623 
723 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 


1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 


32 

H.6. 1 \ 

2 1 


1403 
1405 


23 


1364 


3 


1406 


1.4. 1 


762 


24 


1365 


4 


1444 


2 


11 


25 


1366 


5 


1407 


3 


762 


26 


1367 


6 


1410 


4 


1450 


27 


1368 


7 


1411 


5 


764 


28 


1369 


8 


1412 


6 


765 


29 


1370 


9 


1413 


7 


1050 


30 


1371 


10 


1414 


8 


761 


31 


1372 


11 


1415 


9 


753 






12 


1416 


10 


564 






13 


1417 


11 


886 


H.5. 1 


1373 


14 


1418 


12 


884 


2 


1374 


H. 6. 15 


1419 


1.4. 13 


885 


* These vc 


)lumes are 


lettered on the ba 


ck ' ' Natti 


ral History of Ire 


land," 


and the pages 


are provi 


led with heading 


s and a be 


ginning, otherwi 


56 they 


are blanks. 













xxiv CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, TC.D., 





No. in 




No in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


thisCiita- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


1.4. 14 


1448 


1.6. 12 


1429 


K.3. 7 


919 


15 


887 


13 


1430 


8 


925 


16 \ 

17 1 


888 


14 


1459 


9 1 




15 


1460 


10 


933 


18 1 

19 1 


889 


16 


1166 


11 


17 


1167 


12 ; 




20 


767 


18 


1199 


13 


916 


21 


768 


19 


1202 


14 


934 






20 


1462 


15 


917 


1.5. \ \ 

l\ 

4 
6 

1! 




21 


1465 


16 


937 


879 


22 


1468 


17 
18 


938 
958 


870 
939 


K.l. 1-32 \ 
K.2. 1 / 


893 


19 
20 
21 


936 

959 

1453 


938 


2 \ 

3 1 


895 


22 \ 

23 } 


987 


9 \ 
10 1 
11 
■ 12 




4 


894 






625 

663 
956 


5 \ 

6 1 

7 

I \ 


896 
897 


K.4. I \ 

2 ) 


626 


13 


874 






14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 


955 

878 

954 

941 

966 

951 

953 

965 

971,1 

972 

979 

978 

973 

977 

974 


11 

12 1 

13 1 
14 

15 \ 
10 ] 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 


898 

900 

899 

900 

901 

902 
903 
904 
905 
906 


il 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 


627 

628 

1453 

1454 

945 

881 

103 

880 

882 

726 

1455 


22 


907 


17 


1456 


23-29 


908 


18 


41 


29 
SO 


971,2 
975 


30 
31 


909 
896 


19 

20 


108 
923 






32 


81 


21 


42 






33 


1451 


22 


104 


1.6. 1 


1466 


34 


910 


23 


1457 


2 


1467 


35 


911 


24 


27 


3 


1185 


36 


1452 


25 


102 


4 


1185 






26 


939 


5 


1184 


K.3. 1 


912 


27 


105 


6 


1189 


M 


913 


28 


106 


7 


1186 


914 


29 


107 


8 


1057 


3 


915 


30 


96 


9 


1179 


4 


32 


31 


64 


10 


1180 


K.3. 6 / 


918 


32 


926 


1.6. 11 


1181 


K. 4. 33 


89 



TABLE OF CLASSING {OR SHELF NUMBERING), xxv 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking, 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


K. 5. 1-13 


749 


L.2. 24 


986 


L.4. 27 


1150 


14-18 


629 


25 


1010 


28 


1151 






26 


1011 


29 


1152 






27 


1012 


30 


1153 


Z. 6. 1-13 


557 


28 


1013 


31 


1154 


14 


559 


29 


1014 


32 


1155 


15 \ 

16 i 


560 


30 \ 

31 j 


1015 


33 
34 


1156 
1157 






32 


1016 


35 


1158 






33 


1017 


36 


1159 






34 


1018 


37 


1161 


L.I. 1 


727 






38 


1160 


I] 


946 


L.3. 1-15 


988 






4 


921 


16 


1019 






5 


630 


17 


1020 


M. 1. 1 j 


1543 


6 


38 


18 


1021 


1610 


7 \ 




19 \ 




2 


1626 


n) 


413 
942 


20 
21 

22 ; 
23 


1022 
1023 


3 
6 


1627 
1628 
1648 


12 


100 


24 


1026 


7 


1612 


13 


101 


25 


1024 


8 


1562 


14-18 


1707 






9 


1635 


19 


980 






10 


1550 


20 


981 


L.4. 1 

2 


1027 
1028 


12 \ 

13 ] 


1649 


L.2. 1 


991 


3 
4 


1143 
1029 


1- ^ 

15 ) 


1650 


2 


983 


5 


1030 






3 


992 


6 


1025 






4 


993 


7 


— 


M. 2. 1 


1549 


5 

6 


994 
995 


8 
9 


990 
1030 


I] 


1548 


7 


996 


10 


1031 


4 


1539 


8 


989 


11 


1032 


5 


13 


10 1 


997 


12 


1144 


6 


16 


13 


1033 


7 


1552 


11 


998 


14 


1034 


8 


1499 


12 


999 


15 


1035 


9 


1510 


13 


984 


16 


1036 


10 \ 

11 1 


1515 


14 


1000 


17 


1037 


15 


1001 


18 


1016, 28 


12 


1618 


• 16 


1002 


19 


1706 


13 


1681 


17 


1003 


20 


756 


14 


1680 


18 


1004 


21 


414 


15 


1617 


19 


1005 


22 


1145 


16 


1618 


20 


1006 


23 


1146 


17 


1614 


21 


985 


24 


1147 


18 


1644 


22 


1007 


25 


1148 


19 


1553 


L.2. 23 


1008 


L.4. 26 


1149 


M. 2. 20 


1682 



XX vi CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, T CD. , 





No. in 




No. in 




No. in 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 


Press Marking. 


this Cata- 




logue. 




logue. 




logue. 


M.2. 21 


1554 


M. 3. 31 


1688 


N. 1 3 


744 


22 


1546 


32 \ 
33 


1615 


4 


1187 


23 


1665 


I] 


708 


24 


1556 


34 


1589 


25 


1657 


35 


1651 


7 1 




26 


1559 


36 


1590 


8 


750 


27 


1629 


37 


1537 


9 ) 




28 


1667 


38 


1632 


10 


1469 


29 


1566 


39 


1630 






30 ) 


1619 


40 


1631 


N.2. 1 


746 


31 I 


41 


1561 


2 


747 


32 


1600 


42 


1572 


3 


1038 


33 


1501 


43 


1538 


4 


561 


34 


1560 


44 


1623 


5 


1039 


35 


1670 


45 


1591 


6 


1040 


36 


1668 






7 


1041 


37 


24 






8 


1042 


38 


1671 


M. 4. 1 


1592 


9 


1043 


39 


1637 


2 


1693 


10 


1044 


40 


1630 


3 


1594 


11 


658 






4 


1595 


12 


1046 






5 


1596 


13 


724 


M.S. 1 


1532 


6 


1652 


14 


1487 


2 


1533 


7 


1697 


15 


1488 


3 


1563 


8 


1698 


16 ) 




4 


1564 


9 


1599 


17 


751 


5 


1640 


10 


1600 


18 j 




6 


1541 


11 


1601 


19 


755 


7 


1679 


12 


1602 


20 \ 

21 ] 
22 


754 
752 


8 \ 

9 ) 


1573 


13 
14 


1603 
1604 


10 


1674 


15 


1616 


23 


1491 


11 


1676 


16 


1605 


24 { 


1046 


12 


1676 


17 


1606 


1047 


13 


1568 


18 


1621 






14 


1677 


19 


1607 


N.3. 1-11 


750 


15 


1678 


20 


1608 


12 


1491 


16 \ 




21 


1622 


13 


1048 


17 


1620 


22 


1534 


14 


1049 


18 i 




23 


1535 


15-19 


795 


19 \ 

20 J 

21 \ 

22 / 
23 
24 


1679 

1680 

1581 
1682 


24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 


1626 
1551 
1638 
1536 
1609 
1634 


20 

N.4. \ \ 
2-10 / 
11 
14-17 


562 

869 

1183 
949 


25 


1683 


30 


1644 


N.6. 1 


1203 


26 > 

27 1 


1586 


31 


1546 


2-6 


950 
947 


28 


1686 






8 ) 




29 


1584 


N. 1. 1 


745 


9 


948 


M. 3. 30 


1687 


2 


1427 


N.5 10 


1123 



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1 fol. chart,, 1604. 
Catalogue of Library, T.C.D., 1604. 

The date seems erroneous. This Catalogue is later than 
the following. 

2 fol. chart. 

Catalogue of Library, T.C.D., 16 10. 
Catalogus libb. mss. Graec. Bibl. Barocianae ; Tho. 
Roe, Equitis ; Coll. Magdal. ; Coll. Corp. Christi. 

3 4to chart., s. xvii. 
Catalogus Bibliothecae Usserianae. 

4 fol, chart., 1620. 
Local Catalogue of Ussher Library. 

5 fol. chart., 1664, 
Catalogue of Library, T.C.D., 1664. 

6 fol. chart., 1667. 

Catalogue of Ussher' s Library, as given to T.C.D. 
in 1666. 

7 fol. chart., 1688. 
Catalogue of mss. in Library, T.C.D. 

Alphabetical and local, with rough copy of the former. 

8 4to chart., 1720. 
Catalogus Bibliothecae Bathianae. 



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9 4to chart., circ. 1700. 

Catalogus Bibliothecae dictae * The New Library,* 
T.C.D. 

10 4to chart., circ. 1700. 
Catalogus Bibliothecae Willoughbyanae. 

11 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Catalogue of Gilbert's Books, bequeathed to T.C.D. , 
with values. 

12 fol. chart., 1730. 

Catalogue of the Library of Dr. Edw. Worth. 
The books are in Dr. Steevens' Hospital. 

13 membr., a.d. 1479. 
Pentateuchus Hebraice (Kennicott, 140). 

14, 15 membr. 

Pentateuchus Hebraice. 

Two large Synagogue Rolls. 

16 4to membr., s. xv. 

Prophetae posteriores et Hagiographa Hebraice (Ken- 
nicott, 141). 

17 membr. (4^ x 3^), s. xv. 
Psalterium Hebraice (Kennicott, 142). 

18 membr. (a roll). 
Megillath Esther. 

19 membr. (a roll). 
Megillath Esther. 

20 membr. (a roll). 
Megillath Esther. 

A roll, with figures of animals and flowers. 

21 4to chart. 

A Rabbinical Commentary on parts of the Pentateuch, 
Prophets, and Hagiographa (Hebrew). 



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22 4to chart., s. xiv. (?) 
Rabbinical Commentary on Genesis. 

23 fol. min. membr., s. xv. 

Machzor seu Liber Precum (Hebraice). 

24 4to membr., s. xv. 

Rashi : Commentary on the Pentateuch (Hebrew). 

25 membr. (4^ x 3^), 1483. 
Pentateuchus Hebraeo-Samaritanus. 

Accedit fragmentum exempl- alter, cont. Le v, i. 1 7 — xiii. 42 . 

26 i2mo chart., s. xvi. 
Tsaphnath Paaneah, a Cabbalistic book. 

• Sepher hayirah,' by Rabbi Jonah (Hebrew). 

27 3 X 2f , s. XV. vel xvi. 

Psalterium (incip. a Ps. xxiv. 20) et Cantica quaedam 
ex S.S. Graece, 

28 olim fol. duabus columnis membr., s. vi. vel v. 

Liber Esaiae Prophetae, Graece (fragmenta rescripta). 

The text has been published by T. K. Abbott in ' Par 
Palimpsestorum Dublinensium.' 

29 4to chart., s. xvi. 
Liber Danielis Prophetae, Graece. 

A modem version dedicated to Queen Elizabeth. 

30 i2mo (6^ X 5) chart., s. xvi. 
Testamentum Novum Graece. 

Codex Montfortianus, Erasmi 'Britannicus' ut creditur. 
Scholzio aliisque, 61. 

Olim Fratris Froyhe (Franciscani), posteaTho. Clementis, 
deinde Guil. Chark, postremo Tho. Montfortii. 

An account of this MS., with a Collation of the Text of 
the Epistles, was published by Dr. John Barrett in his work 
'Evangelium S. Matthaei, etc' Dr. Orlando T. Dobbin 
published a collation of the Gospels. 

The question of the origin of the MS. has been discussed 
by Prof. J. Rendel Harris in 'The Origin of the Leicester 
Codex,' 1887, p. 46. 

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31 fol. (i2 X 9^) membr., s. x. (?) 

Evangelia Graece cum Scholiis Graecis (Scholzio aliis- 
que, 63). 

Singulis Evangeliis praemittuntur imagines Evangelista- 
rum. Membrana super quam S. Matt, imago depicta est 
partem Evangelistarii litteris uncialibus scripti olim con- 
tinebat, de quo vid. ' Hermathena,' No. x. 

32 olim4to (quaedam folia nunc 8 x 8) membr., s.vi. 

Evangelium S. Matthaei Graece, fragmenta rescripta 
(Codex Z). 

The text has been published, first by Dr. John Barrett, and 
again re-edited by T. K. Abbott. 

33 8vo chart., s. xiii. (.?) 

Fragmentum Epistolae S. Pauli ad Romanos Graece. 

(8 ff.) Ch. viii. 23 — xiv. 10. 

34 4to membr. 
Psalterium et Hymni Arabice. 

35 fol. (16 X loi) memb., s. xiv., ilium. 
Biblia Sacra Latine. 

Ordo libb. N.T. Evang., Pauli Epp., Act., Epp. Cath., Apoc. 

36 fol. (15 X 10) membr., s. xv., ilium. 
Biblia Sacra Latine. 

Ordo libb. N.T. Evang., Pauli Epp., Act., Epp. Cath., 
Apoc. 

37 fol. (10^ X 7 J) membr., s. xiv., ilium. 

Biblia Sacra Latine. 

Ordo N.T. Evang., Act., Pauli Epp., Epp. Cath., Apoc. 

38 fol. (11 X 7^) membr., s. xiv. 
Biblia Sacra Latine. 

Ordo N.T. Evang., Pauli Epp., Act., Epp. Cath., Apoc. 

39 fol. (i4i X 10) membr., s. xiv. 

Biblia Sacra Latine. 

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Biblia Sacra Latine. Inest Esdr. iii. 
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41 membr. (6^ x 4J), s. xiv. 
Biblia Sacra Latine. 

Ordo N. T. Evang., Act., Epp. Cath., Epp. Pauli, Apoc. 

42 chart. (6 x 4), s. xiv. 

Biblia Sacra Latine. (Ordo N. T. = 35). 

43 membr. (7 x 5), s. xv., ilium. 

Biblia Sacra Latine (desunt Nehem., max. pars Esdr. 
et Psalmi). 

Ordo N. T. = 39. 

44 membr. (7 x 5), s. xv., ilium. 

Biblia Sacra Latine. (Ordo N. T. = 35). Habet 
autem Epist. ad Laodicenses. 
Post Pss., manu recentiore, Litania. 

45 fol. min. membr., ss. xii., xiii. 

1. Vita S. Augustini a Possidio (s. xiii.). 

2. Genesis Latine, cum Glossa (s. xii.). 

(Olim Monast. Bella Landa.) 

46 fol. (loj X 7) membr., s. xii. 
Exodus et Deuteronomium Latine, cum Glossa. 

47 fol. membr., circ. a.d. 1200, 
Josuae liber Latine, cum Glossa. 

48 fol. membr., circ. a.d. 1200. 

Paralipomenon libri duo cum oratione Manassis Latine, 
cum Glossa. 

Olim Job" Arnold de Keynsham. 



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49 fol. (loj X 7) membr., s. xii. 
Liber Job, Latine, cum Glossa. 

Olim Abbatiae S. Mariae de Cumbermara, seu Cumber- 
mere, in agro Cestrensi. 

50 membr. (6^ x 4), s. xi. 

Psalterium Latine, ex vers. vulg. 

Characteribus Hibern.pulchre exaratum, cum Kalendario, 
etc. Olim Ricemarchi, Epi. Menevensis, a.d. 1088, qui 
versus quosdam Latinos ad finem adjecit, postea Gul'' 
Bedei, Epi. Kilmorensis. 

51 fol. membr., s. xiii. vel xiv., ilium. 

Bibliorum S. pars, Latine, scil. 

Prov,, Eccles., Sap., Ecclus., Prophetae. et Testamentum 
Novum. Ordo N. T. = 41 sad Col. post Thess. 

(Olim Abbatiae de Westderham in agro Norfolciensi.) 

52 4to (71^ X 5I) membr., a.d. 807 (221 ff.). 

Testamentum Novum Latine (' Book of Armagh '). 

Praecedunt memoranda quaedam de S. Patricio; Confessio 
ejusdem ; sequitur vita S. Martini Turonens., auct. Sulpicio 
Severe. 

Ordo libb. N. T. Evang., Epp. Pauli (inter quas post 
Ep. ad Col., Ep. ad Laodicenses), Epp. Cath., Apoc, Act. 

53 fol. (17 X 11^) membr., s. xii. ex., picturis ornat. 

Testamentum Novum Latine; cum Psalmis ex duplici 
recensione, et Prooemiis variis. 

Ordo N. T. Evang., Act., Epp Cath., Apoc, Epp. Pauli 
(Col. post Thess.). 

Inter Prooemia ; Eusebius de Canonibus. Hieronymi 
Prologi et Praef. ; Hieron. ad Sophronium de Psalterio, ad 
Paulum de Alphab. Hebr., ad Sunniam et Fratelam de Psalt., 
Damasi ad Hieron. cum Hieron. responso ; Versus Damasi ; 
[Remigius Antiss.] de nomine et qualit. Psalterii ; Idem, 
' Quid significat " in finem." ' De diff. missarum et Psalterii. 
De laude Psalmorum. Cur quasi Auctorum nomina diversa 
reperiuntur. Quemadm. in Pss. de Christo Domino sentien- 
dum. De Prophetia. De unita inscr. titulorum. De propria 
eloquentia Pss. Concordia Epp. S. Pauli. 

Post Matth, XX. 28 idem additamentum habet quod Cod. 
D. I Joh. V. 7, 8 ordine inverse, 8, 7. 



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54 izmo (6 J X 4^) membr., s. xv. 
Testamentum Novum (cum fragm. lib. 2** Machab.) 

Latine. Ordo = 35. 

55 fol. sed olim foliis disjectis et partim igne (?) 

absumptis (7 x 5^) membr., circ. a.d. 600. 

Evangella Latine, ex vers. Antehieronymiana. 

Ordo : Matth., Johan., Luc, Marc. ' Codex Usserianns,' 
Wordsworthio r. The text was published in *Evangelia 
Antehieronymiana,' by T. K. Abbott, with a collation of 
the three MSS. following. 

56 membr. (9I x 7), s. x. (.?) 

Evangelia Latine partim ex vers. Antehieronymiana. 
(' Garland of Howth,' ' Codex Usser. alter' Wordsworthio r,.) 

57 fol. min. (9^ x 6 J) membr., s. vii. (?), picturis 

ornat. 

Evangelia Latine ex vers. vulg. (' Book of Durrow '). 

A description of the MS., with examples of the ornaments, 
will be found in the books of Westwood referred to under 
58, and in 'National MSS. of Ireland'; and 'Examples of 
Celtic Ornament from the Books of Kells and Durrow,' 
Dubl., 1895. 

A note in the book states that it was formerly kept in a 
silver case, the inscription on which recorded that it was 
made for the book by Flann, son of Malachy, King of Ire- 
land (who died a.d. 916). 

58 4to mag. (13 x 10) membr., s. viii. (.?), picturis 

mirae pulchritudinis ornat. 

Evangelia Latine (' Book of Kells '). 

Versio vulg. sec. recens. Hibemicam, Wordsworthio Q. 

A collation of the text was published in ' Evangelia Ante- 
hieronymiana,' byT. K. Abbott. A description of the MS., 
with examples of the ornament, is given by Westwood, 
' Palaeographia Sacra Pictoria,' and ' Facsimiles of Anglo- 
Saxon and Irish MSS.' See also ' National MSS. of Ireland,' 
pt. i., pp. 10-12, and Palaeographical Society's Facsimiles, 
tabb. 55-58, 88, 89. Also 'Celtic Ornaments from the 
Book of Kells,' Dubl., 1895. 

Insunt etiam chartae donationum quarandam Abbatiae 
Kenanensi, etc., ab Melaghlyn Rege Midiae aliisque a.d. 
1 152, etc., Hibernice (published in the 'Miscellany of the 
Irish Archaeological Society,' vol. i.). 



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59 membr. (7 x 6), s. vii. (?), picturis ornat. 

Evangelia Latin e. 

' Finit, amen, Dimma Mac Nathi ' (qui ob. s. vii.). After 
St. Luke follows an Office of Visitation of the Sick, in a 
later hand. See Forbes, ' Liber Eccl. de Arbuthnot,' p. xii. 

Capsa argentea inclusa, s. xiii. 

60 membr. (olim 6 x 5), s. vii. (?), picturis ornat. 
Evangelia Latine, partim ex vers. Antehieronym. 

'[NJomen scriptoris Mulling dicitur' (qui ob. a.d. 697). 
After St. Matth. follows (in a later hand) an Office of 
Communion of the Sick. See Forbes, 1. c, p. x. 

On the last page is a liturgical fragment. See Rev. H. J. 
Lawlor, ' Chapters on the Book of Mulling,' Edinb. 1897, In 
the vol. are 4 fF. of a different MS., containing Matth. xxvi. 
41-xxvii. 35, and Mk. i. i-iv. 8 ; v. i8-vi. 35. 

61 membr. (8 x 5^), s. xi. exeuntis. 
Evangelia Latine. 

62 fol. (132- X 9 J) membr., s. xiv. (?) 
Evangelia Latine, cum Glossa. 

63 fol. membr., circ. a.d. 1300. 
Evangelium sec. S. Marcum Latine, cum Glossa. 

A cap. i. 3 ad vii. 13, et a x. 4 ad xii. 40. 

64 4to (12 X 8) membr., s. xiv. 
Apocalypsis S. Johannis Latine, cum picturis. 

65 fol. (5J X 9J) membr., s. xiv., ilium., ff. 379. 
Concordantiae Bibliorum Latinorum. Scriptae Dor- 

cestriae circ. 1340. Litteras initiales xx. ornant 
effigies et nomina totidem fratrum. (Olim 
Fratrum Minorum de Bayle, Slane.) 

66 fol. (12^ X 8^) membr., s. xv. 

Holy Bible, Wyclif's Version. Genesis to Job, with 
Prologue to the Psalms. 

67 fol. (14^ X loj) membr., s. xv. 

Holy Bible, Wyclif's Version. Proverbs, Eccles., 
Wisdom, Ecclus., Prophets, Mace, the New 
Testament. 



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68 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Holy Bible, translated into English by Ambrose 
Ussher, Fellow of Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

Of the New Test, only St. John's Gospel, chaps, i.-iv., 
Rom., I Cor., Philemon, James, i & 2 Peter, i, 2, & 3 John. 

69 4to membr., circ. a.d. 1400. 

1. The Psalter in Latin and English, with the Can- 

ticles used for Divine Offices. 

At the end, in the handwriting of the scribe, are the 
words — 'Joh' Hyde constat.' 

Collated by Dr. Karl Biilbring in 'The First Complete 
English Prose Psalter,' publ. by the Early English Text 
Society, 1891. 

2. The Apocalypse of St. John, with an Exposition 

(Wyclif's). 

3. The Tale of Charite. « 

4. Exposition of the Decalogue. 

5. Descriptio Hierosolymae. 

6. Richard Rolle of Hampole, ' The Pricke of Con- 

science.' Beg. fol. 82 verso; part is displaced 
to fol. 65. 

70 membr. (6 x 4), s. xv. 
The Psalms and Canticles in English. 

With the Athanasian Creed, an Exposition of the Deca- 
logue and of the Lord's Prayer, and Tracts on the Seven 
Works of bodily Mercy, the Seven deadly Sins, and the 
Comforts of the Holy Spirit, etc. 

71 fol. (153- X 10^) membr., s. xv., ilium. 

Richard Rolle of Hampole: Commentaries on the 
Psalms and Canticles used by the Church. 

72 membr. (7^- x 5J), s. xv. 

The Sauter which is red comenli in Chirches and y* 
Cantikys. 



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73 4to chart., s. xvi. 

The New Testament in English. 

Written in 1569. Copied from a version of the 15th cent, 
found in the College of Fotheringay. 

74 fol. (loj X 7) membr., s. xv. 

New Testament in English, Fervie's Version. 

75 fol. (12 X 9) membr., s. xiv. 

I. New Testament in English, Pervie's Version, with 
the Translator's Prologues. 

2. Apologia Presbyteri Curati de Chedynforde ad Henr. 
Ep" Winton., Cardin. (scil. Hen. Beaufort). 

3. The Lessons and Pistelis of the Olde Lawe, y* be 
redde in y' Chirche by all y* yere. 

76 8vo mag. membr., s. xv. 

1. The Lord's Prayer, expounded in English verse. 

2. The Four Gospels, translated by John Pervie. 

Divided according to their Liturgical use. 

77 membr. (19^ X 13), s. XV. 

Breviarium. Olim Colideorum Eccles, Metrop. Ard- 
mach. 

In the Kalendar is an account in Irish of lands belonging 
to the See of Armagh seized by Con O'Neil ; also of lands 
granted and churches built, a.d. 1170, by Dion O'Carroll. 

Wants the Proprium SS., and is otherwise imperfect. 

78 membr. (17 x 12), s. xv. 
Breviarium. Olim Eccles. Clondalkin. 

79 membr. (18 x 12), s. xv. 

Breviarium cum Psalterio. Insunt manu recentiore 
Lectiones novem de S. Patricio. Olim Eccles. 
S. Johan. Dublin. 

In the Kalendar, various obits of Fitzsymons. 

80 membr. (18J x 12), s. xv. 

Breviarium sec. usum Sarum. Olim Eccl. Kilmoon. 



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81 fol. (15 y 12) membr., a.d. 1460, ilium. 

Missale. 

Olim ' Liber Monast. b. Agnetis virg. in valle Josaphat in 
Delf,' ubi scriptum fuit. 

82 fol. membr., 1458. 

1. Missale. 

Olim Monasterii de Kilcormick. In Kalendario notantur 
obitus quorundam illuslrium in ista regione. 

2. Fragmenta Antiphonarii Sarisb. 16 ff. 

See Rev. H. J. Lawlor, Trans. R.I. A., vol. xxxi. 

83 fol. chart., s. xiii. 

Missale [sec. consuetud. Eccles. Eborac.]. 

84 4to membr., s. xv. 

Breviarium. Proprium Sanctorum Jun. — Nov. ; Com- 
mune SS., Kalend., Propr. de tempore (usq. ad 
Pasch.). 

Olim Monast. B. Mariae de Trim. 

85 4to membr., s. xiv. 
Breviarium [sec. usum Eborac.]. 

86 4to membr., s. xv. 
Breviarium cum Psalterio. 

Written a.d. 1489, by Malachi O'Lachnayn of Killaloe. 

87 4to membr., s. xv. 

Breviarium [sec. usum Ebor.], pars hiemalis et verna. 

88 4to membr., s. xv. 

Breviarium, cum Psalterio Canticis et litaniis SS. 

89 izmo membr., s. xiii. 
Breviarium in usum ordinis Carmelitarum. 

90 4to min. membr., s. xiii. 

Psalterium cum Officiis B. Mariae et mortuorum salu- 
tationibus. 

91 4to min. membr., s. xiv., ilium. 
Psalterium cum Canticis, symbolo Athanas. et litaniis 

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92 fol. membr., s. xv. 

1. Psalterlum cum Canticis. 

2. Directions for Service on All- Hallows Day. 

93 fol. membr., s. xv., ilium. 
Psalterium cum Canticis. 

94 i2mo membr., s. xiii., ilium. 
Officia B. Mariae Virginis. 

95 4to min. membr., circ. 1400. 

Officia B. V. Mariae, Passionis, Spiritus S., B. Bar- 
barae ; Antiphonae van 

96 fol. (11 J X 8J) membr., s. xiv. 
Lectionarium cum collectis. 

97 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
Varia de Vita Monastica, etc. 

Tabulae Calendariorum metrice cum glossis et tabula 
ebdomadali ; De format, tab. Dionysii et Bedae. IMassa 
computi (metrice cum glossa). Quid fratres dicunt ante 
matutinas. De benedictionibiis. Usuardi IMartyrologium cum 
epp. Chromatii et Heliodori ad Hieron. et response Hier. 
Regulae S. August., S. Bened., S. Francisc. (cum expos. 
Gregorii et Nicolai), et Anachoretarum. Ep. Hieron. ad 
Nepotianum. Constit. Eccl. S. Victoris. Qualiter se habeant 
ministri Altaris ad majoreni missam. Monitaex Isidoro inc. 
* O homo scito te ipsum.' Quomodo bonus monachus debet 
vivere. Sententiae S. August, inc. ' Innocentia vera est.' 
Hugo de S. Victore de instit. novit. B. Gregorius de 
religionis simulatoribus. Innocent. HI. de contemptu 
mundi. Dan. UrbaniBecclesiensis carminade moribus, inc. 
' Cum nihil utilius.' Epigrammata Latine in proverbia 
Gallica. 

Olim Abbatiae S. Thomae juxta Dublin. 

98 fol. membr., s. xii. 
Pontificale Cantuariense. 

Intheformsof Ordination there is no 'impositio manuum,' 
but only ' porrectio instrumentorum.' A later hand has 
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99 fol. min. membr., s. xv. 

Pontificale Romanum. 

Insunt inter alia: Ordo reconciliandi violatam Ecclesiam ; 
Benedicendi crucem, vestimenta. ignem etc. ; Consecrandi 
regem. Ordo benedic. sponsum et sponsam, visitandi in- 
firmos, etc., et antiphonae quaedam. 

100 fol. (17 X 12), membr., s. xiv. 
Antiphonarium. 

101 fol. (14 X 11), membr., s. xv. 
Antiphonarium (Antiphonale Missarum and Horae). 

102 membr. (6 x 4J), s. xiv., ilium. 
Horarium. 

103 membr. (8 x 6), s. xiv., vel. xv. 
Horarium, cum picturis. 

104 membr. (5 x 3^), s. xvi. 
Horarium. 

105 membr. (8^ x 6), s. xv., ilium. 
Horarium, cum picturis. 

Vide Marg. Stokes, Proc. Soc. Antiquaries, Jan. 24, i88g. 

106 membr. (6^ x 5), s. xv., ilium. 
Horarium. 

107 membr. (7 x 5), s. xv., ilium. 
Horarium. 

108 membr. (6 x 6^), a.d. 151 i, ilium. 
Horae B. V. Mariae. *A I'usaige de Chartres.' 

109 membr. (18^ x 13), s. xv. 
Antiphonarium, containing Proprium Sanctorum and 

Commune Sanctorum. 

110 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Commentaria in Apocalypsin. 

Ex quamplurimis commentatoribus multisque aliis aucio- 
ribus desumpta, cum Eiucidationibus ex Poetis aliisque 
Scriptoribus profanis tam Graecis quam Latinis, auct. Naih. 
Wright, Armigero. In 25 tomis. 



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111 fol. chart., circ. a.d. 1600. 

1. Index to references, etc., to the book of Genesis, 

in the Fathers and others. 

2. Fragment of * La Historia de Espaila desde Noe.* 

112 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Theodoreti, Cyri Epi., Enarrationes in XII. Prophetas 
Minores. Graece. 

113 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Nicetae Heracliensis Catena in Psalmos Davidis. 
Graece. 

114 4to membr., s. xv. , 

1, Clemens Langthoniensis. De Concordia Evangel- 

istarum. 

2. Sermones. 

Olim Monast. S. Mariae de Fontibus. 

115 4to membr., s. xiv. 
Adam de Stockton, Expositiones, etc. 

Scintillarium Poetarum. 

Summa Chiromantiae. 

Comment, in Ovidii Metamorphoses. 

De veneno. 

Expos. Ep. Valerii ad Rujfinum de non ducenda uxore. 

Jo. Wyclif. Determinatio. a.d. 1379. 

Will. Fleete (ordinis Heremitarum, fl. X380), Epistolaead 
fratres et ad Episc. quendam Anglicanum. 

Gilberti Vic. Gen.ejiisdem ordinis Ep. ad fratres, a.d. 1525. 

Fulgentii ]\IythologiaFabularum,cum notis A.de Stockton. 

Explic. dictionum diffic. in Bibliis. 

Rob. Grosthead, Lincoln. De oculo morali et de veneno 
peccati, cum expositione A. de Stockton. 

Joh. Walensis seu Walleys (fl. 1260). Breviloquium Phi- 
losophorum de Virtutibus antiquorum (manu A. de Stockton 
script. Cant. a.d. 1375). 

Herman de Prov. Saxoniae. Casus abstracti a Jure et alii 
Tract, de theologia et jure Eccles. 

Salutationis Angelicae expositio. 

Comment, in haec verba ; ' nee hie peccavit, nee parentes 
ejus.' 



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116 4to membr., circ. a.d. 1400. 

Homiliae ex B. Gregorio Papa, Ven. Beda et aliis. 

117 4to membr., s. xiv. 

Tractatus Varii. 

1. Gilbertus seu Gislebertus Anglus (fl. 1117). Homiliae 
super Cantica Canticorum. 

2. Ric. de S. Victore. De statu interiore Hominis et (12) 
De tribus processionibus. 

3. Petr. Comestoris Historia Scholastica Vet. Test., cum 
allegoriis ejus et summula in N.T. 

4. Sermones forsan ejusdem. 

5. B. Gregorii Papae Liber Curae Pastoralis. 

6. Hyldeberti Cenoman. Epi. (fl. 1090) Epistolae. 

7. Serlonis versus Leonini de vocabulis aequivocis. 

8. Apophthegmata Theologica et Moralia, etc. 

9. Speculum Ecclesiae. 

10. Hugo de S. Victore. Sermones et Libri de Claustro 
Materiali et de Claustro Spirituals 

118 4to chart., circ. 1600. 

Hooker (Richard). Sermon on Justification. 

119 4to chart., circ. 1600. 

Idem. Answer to Travers. 

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120 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Idem. Eighth Book of his Ecclesiastical Polity. 

121 foL chart., circ. 1600. 

I. Idem. Sixth Book of Ecclesiastical Polity. 

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123 4to membr., s. xv. 

S. Augustini in Genesin ad literam. 

(Olim Monachorum B. Mariae juxta Dublin.) 

124 4to chart., circ. 1300. 

Altissiodorensis(Gilb.). Expositio Lament. Jeremiae 
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125 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Lively (Edw., Prof, apud Cantab.). 
Chronologia seu Notitia Temporum. 
(The author's foul copy.) 

126 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Idem opus : cum notis Usserii. 

127 4to chart., s. xvii. 

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(The author's foul copy.) 

128 8vo partim membr., s. xv. 

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129 4to chart., s. xvii. 
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131 i8mo chart., circ. 1600. 

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132 i8mo chart., circ. 1600. 
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133 fol. min. chart., circ. 1600. 

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134 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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Ixxvii. 

135 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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136 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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137 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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139 4to chart., s. xvii. 
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140 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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142 4to chart., s. xvii (1609). 

Answer by a Roman Catholic to a Sermon by Wm 
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143 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Tractatus Theologici. 

r. Bertius (Pet.). Epist. ad Guil. Barlow, Epum. Line, 
De Predestinatione. 

Vindicatio libri dicti ' Hymenaeus Desertor.' 
Bertii et Casauboni Epistolae. 
Bertius. De Vite et Palmitibus. 

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146 4to chart., s. xvii. 

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177 4to min. (lo x 7) membr. s. xiii. 
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Historia eorundem (auct. Guilelmo Albanensi). 

L'Estoir de Seint Auban, a poem in Norman French, by 
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Historia Vitae, Inventionis, et Translationis S. Albani. 

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180 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

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183 4to chart. 

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184 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
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187 fol. membr., s. xiii. vel xiv., ilium. (fF. 157). 

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188 fol. membr., s. xiv. 

Vincentius Bellovacensis. Speculum Historiale (libb. 
xxv.-xxxii., cum tab. gen.). 
(Olim Prioratus de Inistiogue.) 

189 fol. memb., s. xv. 

1. Fitzralph, seu Armachanus (RIc). Summa in 

quaestionibus Armenorum, et alia theologica. 

2. De variis generibus Relatorum. (anon.) 

190 fol. membr., s. xiv. vel xv. 

Fitzralph (Ric), iterum eadem disputat. 

Accedunt Tract, de pauperie Salvatoris nostri cum epist. 
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opuscula. 

191 fol. partim membr., s. xv. 

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Postillae. 

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(auct. Carthusiano quodam.) 

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32 CATALOG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

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Concilii Lemovlcensis Acta. 

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fol. membr., s. xii. 

1. B. Augustini Sermones. 

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ing. 

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227 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Excerpta e libro Zohar in Genesin, Exodum, etc. 
Hebraice. 

Maimonides Yad Hachazakah, transl. by Ralph Skin- 
ner. 

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228 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Cartwright (Thos.). Confutation of the Rhemish 
Translation, and Glosses on St. John's Gospel. 

229 fol. membr., s. xiii. 

Historia rerum Judaicarum a tempore Jado Sacerdotis, 

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Alexandri Epist. ad Aristotelem. 

230 fol. chart., circ. s. xvi. et xvii. 

Expositions, etc. 

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Fragmentum de B. V. M. Graece. (if. membr., s. xii.) 

Vitae Spiridionis et S. Katharinae. Graece. (chart., 
s. xvi. (?).) 

Michael 6 Auyi^os. '£^77^0-15 ets t. ©ovfcvStSi^v. (chart, 
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quer}', Michael Apostolius.) 

Commentar. in Aristot. Categorias. (chart., s. xvi.) 

Fragmenta Chronologica et Grammatica. Graece. 

Sermones B. Chrjsostomi. Latine. (chart., s. xvi.) 

232 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Spinks (Rich.). Sermon preached in Oxford, A.n, 
1632. With his recantation. 

233 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Theological Treatises. 

1. St. Chr}sostom's Four Sermons on the Parable of 
Lazarus, in English. 

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Alvey). 

4. Discourse on God's Judgments, occasioned by a pesti- 
lence in London (perhaps that of 1607). 

I 234 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

1 I. Berengarius Andegavensis. De Sacramento Cor- 
poris et Sang. Christi ex cod. MS. Bibl. Jesuit, 
j Lovan. 

I 2. Epistola Leonis IX. ad Michael. Constantinop. 

3. Icheta Monachus de Azymis, de Nuptiis Sacerdo- 
j turn, etc. 

I 4. Confutatio ejusdem. 

235 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

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236 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Tractatus Theologici. 

1. Nicolas I. Papa. Epistolae ad Hincmarum. 

2. Aeneas Parisiensis adv. objectiones Graecorum. 

3. Bertramus seu Ratramnus. De Corpore et Sanguine 
Christi. Accedit Tract, adv. Haereticos. 

4. Anastasius Exiguus. De Synodo Nicaena ada. 

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Patriarchae. 

6. S. Symeon Columnalis (seu Stylites). Epistola quinta. 

7. Epiphanii diaconi Sermo laudatorius Sanctae Synodo 
pronunciatus. 

8. Processus in curia Spir. S. Laurentii Ulmensis Monast. 
A.D. 1495, contra Tho, Grotz alias Sertoris de Crimine 
Haeres. nuncupatae Valdensis accusatum. 

(Hactenus ex MS. Biblioth. Thuanae; sequitur ex MS. 
Bibl. Paris. Regiae.) 
Trepi T(ov cv t^ Nirpt'a. 

237 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Beaumont (Sir John). Dissertatio Antistropha : an 
Answer to a noble and learned gentleman's 
Inquiry. With another Treatise on Human Know- 
ledge and the Sorts of Testimonies. 

238 fol. chart., a.d. 1615. 

Constitutiones Societatis Jesu cum eorum declara- 
tionibus. 

239 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Tractatus Theologici. 

1. Bertramus seu Ratramnus. Libri contra opposita 
Graecorum Impp. pro Romana Ecclesia. 

2. Rabani Mauri Ep. ad Hincmarum de Gotteschalko 
haeretico. 

3. Hincmari Epistolae quatuor. 

4. S. Prudentii Epi. Tricassini. Tract, de Praedestinatione 
contra Joh. Scotum Erigenam. 

240 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Dialogus de Natura Divina et rebus theologicis. 

(Incipit : Nil mihi probabilius occurrit quam ut Patris 
imaginem.) 



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241 fol. membr., s. xv. 

Wyclif (John). Postills on several parts of the 
Gospels. 

242 fol. membr., s. xv. ilium. 

Wyclif ( John). Sundry Tracts, scil : 

De Sermone in Monte cum Expos. Orationis Dominicae. 
De Antichristo. 

In Sermonem Domini die coenae. 
De Statu Innocentiae. 
De tempore. 

Expositio Tit. ii. 11, Tit. iii., Heb. i. i, et Isa. xxv. i, 
I Thess. iv. 13, et Job. xi. 21. 
De redimendo Captivo Hispanico. 

243 fol. membr., s. xv. 

Wyclif (John). De Veritate Scripturae, De Simon ia, 
De Apostasia, De Blasphemia. 

244 4to membr., circ. 1400. 

Wyclif (John). Sundry Tracts, scil. : 

1. Against the Hypocrisy of Pharisees. 

2. How men owen obesche to Prelatis, drede Cures & 
keepe Lawe. 

3. The Rule of S'. Fraunceis, & of y* Manners of Friers. 

4. The Testament of S'. Fraunceis. 

5. The Friers objections, with answers to them. 

6. Of Prelatis ; That Prelatis leven prechynge of the 
Gospel, & ben gostli Manquelloris of Menneys Soulis. 

7. How Antichrist & his Clerkis feren trewe Prestis fro 
prechyng of Cristis Gospel bi foure Disseytis. 

8. Of Clerkis Possessioneris. 

g. How the office of Curatis is ordeyned of God. 

10. Of the Faults of Prestis. 

11. How Praiere of Goode Men helpith myche; and 
Praiere of Synful Men displesith God. 

12. A Treatise beginning thus : There ben eigthe thingis 
bi whiche symple Cristen Men ben disceyved. (Imperf.) 

13. Of feynyd Contemplatif Lyf ; of Songe ; of y* Ordynal 
of Salesbury ; & of bodily Almas, and wordly Bisynesse of 
Prestis : How by thes foure the Fend lettith them fro pre- 
chynge of the Gospel. 

14. Articles proposed to the King & Pari*. 

15. Of the temptations of the Fend. (Imperf.) 

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1 6. How men of privat Religion schulden love more y* 
Gospel than ony newe Lawis. 

17. Of Servauntis & Lordis. 

18. Why pore Prestis hav none Beneficis. 

19. How Antecrist & his Clerkis travailen to distroie holy 
Writ. 

20. How Sathanas & hise Prestis, & his feynde Religions 
casten by thre cursid Erresies, to distroie alle good Lyvyng. 

21. For thre Skillis Lordis schulden constreyne Clerkis 
to lyve in mekeness, etc. 

(The following are in a different hand : — ) 

22. Of y* Dominion claimed by Ecclesiasticks. 

23. Of y* Schism between y" Popes, & of Anticrist. 

24. Of yMast Age of y* Church. 

25. Of y* Wiles of Satan. 

26. A Disputation between a Frier & a secular Priest. 

245 4to min (6J x 4J) membr., s. xv. 

Wyclif (John). His Tracts on the following- Heads : 

The Creed — The Lord's Prayer — The Seven Heresies — 
The Decalogue — The Christian Graces — The Seven W^orks 
of Bodily Mercy & Spiritual — The 7 Deadly Sins. 

Of the Chirche of Christ, and of hir Membris and Gover- 
naunce. 

Of Apostasie, and the possessions of Clerkis. 

Of Pseudo Freris. 

Of the eight woos that God wished to Freris. 

An Homily on Matt. 24 : Egressus Jesus de Templo. 

Of Anticrist and his Meynee. (Probably not Wyclifs.) 

Of Antecristis Songe in Chirche. 

A Tretys of Praier. 

A Tretys of Confession. 

A Tract of Christian Obedience beginneth thus : Crist 
forsothe did al that he couthe to obeye to Lordis. 

Postills and Meditations on various subjects. 

A Treatise beginning : ' Here are Questions and Answers 
putte that are written hereafter.' (Not Wyclifs.) 

246 fol. chart., c. 1600. 

Wyclif (John). Two Discourses : 

1. Shewing how Prayer of Good Men helpeth men, etc. 

2. That there bene eight Things in which simple Christen 
men bene deceyved. 

Discourse against the Vices of the Clergy and the 
Usurpations of the Bp. of Rome. 

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247 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 
A Theological Commonplace Book. 

248 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Tract, de Matrimonio Clericorum. 

In quo Auctor defendit Nuptias Clericorum sec. leges 
Angliae, auctorit. Patrum et Conciliorum. 

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249 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
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250 fol. membr., s. xiv. et xv. 

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Minorum. 

251 fol. membr., s. xv. 

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252 fol. chart., s. xv. 

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253 8vo membr., s. xiv. (ff. 1 14). 

Histoire de la Creation et du Monde primitif . . . de 
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254 fol. chart., s. xv. 

1. Excerpta ex Origenis Homiliis. 

(Intp. Rufino et Hieronymo.) 

2. Explicatio vocum et locorum S. Script. 

Ordine alphabet, (ab ' Injuria' ad * Pennas '). 

3. [Pelagii] Annotationes in Epp. S. Pauli. 

255 fol. chart., s. xv. 

I. ActaConcilii Basil, ab a.d. 1430 ad 1433. 
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6 Paula ad Eustochium. 

7. Vita Hieronymi. 

256 fol. membr., circ. 1400. 

Neckam (Alex.). Corrogationes Promethei. 
Sequitur Vocabularium Biblicum. 

257 fol. membr., s. xv. 

1. Neckam (Alex.). Ejusdem libri exemplar alte- 

ram. 

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Processus contra Waldenses. 

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270 4to membr., s. xiii. et xiv. 

Grammatical and Lexical Treatises. 

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trans graece.' 

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g. [Nicolaus de Brakendale] de verbis deponentibus 
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273 fol. membr., circ. 1400. 

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274 fol. min. membr., s. xv. 
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276 fol. membr., s. xv. 

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dinibus ; Petrarcae (Fr.) Responsio ad ep. Sacramoris de 
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inferni ; Excerpta ex Revel. B. Brigidae ; Petr. Comestor de 
Poenit. et confess, etc. et de Corpore et Sang. Domini ; 
Mauricii, Epi Paris, de Orat. Dominica; Bonaventura de 
eadem ; De Missa, et casibus in Missa ; Bernardus de 
passione Domini ; Excerpta e Revel. B. Matildae ; Qualiter 
Christus sit in Euchar. recipiendus ; Rolle (Rich.) De Pas- 
toribus. 

278 4to partim membr., s. xv. et xvi. 

1. Formulae Instrumentorum in usu apud fora Eccle- 

siastica. 

2. Petrus de Urbe seu Prothodoslnus de Ordlne Judi- 

ciorum. 

3. Summa Aurea Joh. Andreae. 

279 4to membr., s. xii. ex. 

Lanfranci Elucidarium ; Liber L Sentent. Mag. Hugonis ; 
Expos. Orat. Dominicae, inc. ' Servus nequam in Evangelic'; 
B. August, de opere Monachorum, inc. ' Jussioni tuae,' et De 
natura boni. 

(Olim. Monast. S. Mariae de Rievall.) 

280 4to partim membr., s. xv. 
Miscellanea Historica et Moralia. 

1. Vergerius (Pet. Paul). De ingenuis moribus et studiis 
liberalibus. 

2. De Sectis Philosophorum. 

3. Guarinus Veronensis. De historia conscribenda et de 
comparationibus Plutarchi. 

4. Fragm. B. Hieronymi. De viris illustribus. 

5. C. Plinius Secundus. De viris illustribus. 

6. Sexti Rufi. Hist. Romanae Epitome. 

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Expos. Orat. Domin. sec. Augustinam; Sermones August, 
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283 fol. min. chart., circ. 1600. 
Conciones partim Latine partim Hispanice. 

284 4to chart., s. xvi. 

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Testaments,' printed from his rough draughts in 1641. 

285 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Ussher (Ambrose). Disputationes de Capitibus Fidei 
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In quatuor tomis. Tomo imo subjungitur: lannes et 
lambres de Purgatorio certantes. 

286 4to chart., s. xvii. 
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289 i2mo chart., s. xvii. 

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320 4to membr., s. xv. 

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321 4to chart., s. xv. 

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Viterinus (Fran.). Ep. ad Fratrem Rogerum. 
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322 4to chart., circ. 1600. 
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324 4to chart., s. xvi. 
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329 4to chart., s. xvii. 

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Loci Communes de rebus theologicis. 

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Aethicus Comographicus. Antiquitatis Historiae. 
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Commentaria in Aristotelis Opera. 

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Treatise of the Medicinal Stone mentioned by Aristotle. 

390 fol. chart., 1565. 

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395 4to chart., circ. 1620. 
Verdon (Joh.). Ars Therapeutica. 

396 4to chart., circ. 1600. 

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406 4to chart., 161 1. 

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407 fol. chart., 1572. 
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408 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

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Ussher (Jas.). Collectanea de rebus Chronologicis. 

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Excerpta ex Chronico Britanniae ; ex MSS. in Bibl. 

Cotton, et D. Aug. Linnell. 
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De navi vel puppi a.d. 1458 (' Stere well the good shyppe'). 

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De exitu Israel ex Egypto et tractatus incipiens * Man- 
datum diei Dominicae de celo venit.' 

Poem beginning ' Syngyn y wolde, but alas procedunt pros- 
pera grata, England sum tyme was Regnorum gemma vocata.* 

The Ryme of Placebo and Dirige. * In this monyth of 
May qwan gresse waxyt grene.' 

Excerpta Historica ex Higden et Mandeville. 

Joh. de Liniano vel Lignano : De Bellis et de Duello. 

• Beatissimus Nemo.' 

The articles against Sir Thos. Becket. 

-Chronica Angliae ad ann. 1471... ^lhi. •» Wv'w^^''''''' '■*'"^' 

Names of Lords and Gentlemen who fell at Tewkesbury. 
-A Chronycle in Rhyme. 
—Short English Chronicles 1306 to 1464. 

The Abjuration and Confession of Bp. Reginald Pecock 
at St. Paul's Cross in 1457. 
-Causae decoUationis Nic. Scroop, Ep. Eborac. 

A Treatise on Proportion. 

Aristotelis Physiognomia, Latine. 

517 4to partim membr. saec. xiv., xv. 

Tindali Hiberni Visio. 
Gerlandus ex Francone Legiensi : De ligno crucis. 

With other short extracts about Isaiah, Ezekiel, David^ 
Alexander. 

Prosper Ep. Rhegiensis : De Vita Activa et Contem- 
plativa. — ^ -^ 

(Hactenus membr. Olim liber Coll. Merton apud Oxon.) 

Collectanea e chronicis vetustis, de dominio Anglorum 
in Scotiam. 

A-ristoteles ad Alexandrum. 

JMacaronic Verses. 

^lartini Ep. Dunicensis : Formula Vitae honestae. 

Merlini Prophetiae, Latine et Gallice. 

p. Hildegaris Revelatio. 

Notae in Genesin. 

Excerpta e Polychronico Higdeni. 



8o CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

518 fol. chart., s. xvi. 
Heraldic Collections. 

Genealogie des Roys et Princes de laMaison de Bourgogne. 
« The Coronation of Anne Bullen. 

^The Death and Burial of Queen Katharine; of Q. Eliza- 
beth, wife of Hen. VIL ; of Edw. IV. ; of Elizabeth, dau. 
of Hen. Vn. ; of Frederick, Emperor of the Romans, 1492 ; 
of the Earl of Derby, 1521 ; of Sir Thos. Lowel, 1524; of 
Lord Morney, and of other nobles. 

Of the Creation of Peers, with a list of Fees. 

Papers relating to the duties and office of heralds and 
Kings of Arms (French and English). 

Les Ordonnances par Thomas de Lancastre, Due de 
Clarence, pour bon gouvernement en I'office d'armes. 

Ceremonies observed in apparelling the Queen's Chamber 
before her Delivery. 

Ceremonies at a Coronation, Marriage, etc. 

Account of Scotland, 1542. 

Of the Siege of Calais in 1366. 

519 fol. membr., s. xv. 
Miscellanea Historica et Theologica. 

Cato's Distichs in English Verse. 

Historia Trium Magorum. 

Albertanus, Causidicus Brixiensis : De doctrina dicendi 
et tacendi. 

S. Edmund Rich, Cantuar. Archiepisc. : De Contem- 
planda Deitate, sen Speculum Religiosorum. 

B. Bernardus De Conscientia. 

Grosthead (Rob.) : De Confessione, et De Probatione 
Virginitatis B. Mariae. i 

Deverose (Joh.) : Quod in omnibus debemus placere Deo. j 

Tindali Hiberni Visio. 

Joh. de Grandisono, Ep. Exon., Vita et Passio S. Thomae, 
Archiepisc. Cantuar. 

S. Pauli Visio de poenis Inferni. 

S. Cyrilli, Episc. Hierosol., ad Augustinum de transitu 
Hieronymi et de poenis Inferni epistola (spuria). 

B. Melitonis Revelatio de Assumptione B. V. M. 

Guido de Columna : Historia Belli Trojani. 

520 52x4 membr. saec. xvi. 

Wyclif (John). Tracts, scil. : — 

I. Of the Creed, beginning thus: The ground of a! 
goodnesse is Stidefast Feith. 



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2. Of the X. Comandments or Heestes, beginning: A 
man askide of Crist what he schulde do. 

3. Of the Pater Noster, beginning : Christ seith, who that 
loveth him schal kepe his Comandementis. 

4. Of Parfyte Liyf, beginning : Crist not compellynge 
but freli counceilynge ech man. 

5. Of Temptacion, beginning: But who that is verili fed 
with thilke breed that cam doon. 

6. Of the chartre of our hevenli Heritage, beginning : 
Ever)' wise man that claymeth his Heritage. 

7. Of Goostli Bataile, beginning : Almyhti God seith by 
hooli Job. 

8. Of the love of Jesus, beginning: Who so evere you 
be that araiest yee for to love God. 

9. Of Manes Wille, beginning : Every dede perishable 
eithir reprevable of manes wille. 

10. Of Contemplatif Liyf, beginning : Crist lovede moche 
Marie and Martha hire sustir. 

11. Of Chastite, beginning: I write this Tretiis in ffyve 
schorte chapitris. 

Codex Membr. 



521 fol. membr., circ. 1600. 

Political Papers. 

Bacon (Sir Nich.). Speeches made in the reign of Queen 
Elizabeth (1559 to 1568). 

Solution of the Question Whether it may stand with good 
policy for her Majesty to joyn with France in y* enterprise 
of the D. of Burgundy. 



522 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Borough (Sir John). The Sovereigntie of the Seas of 
Great Brittaigne. 



623 fol. membr., s. xiii. 

Poeme en louange de Meleager et d'autres Heros, 

trad, du Latin en romanz. 
Family Arms. 

(Formerly belonged to Rich. St. George, Norroy.) 
G 



82 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

524 4to membr., s. xiii.-xv. 

Registrum Monasterii de Thorre, Ordinis Praemonstr.^ 
in dioec. Exoniensi. 

(Insunt Cartae, inquisitiones, sententia excommunicationis 
in transgressores libertatum 1253, etc.) 

525 4to min. membr., s. xv. 

Regestum Originale Monasterii Omnium SS. juxta 
Dublin. Publ. by Irish Arch. Soc, ed. R. Butler, 
1845- 

526 fol. partim membr., saecc. varr. 
Constitutions of sundry Archbishops of Canterbury, 

etc., in the 13th and 14th centuries, viz. : — 

Ottoboni in concil. Lond. 1237 et 1268 ab Ottone Card, 
leg. ratificatae. 

Johannis de Peckham, Lambeth 1281 et Reding 1289. 

Steph. de Langton, Oxon. 1222. 

Ejusdem de Ornamentis. 

Bonifacii, Westmonast. 1258 et 1261. 

Job, de Stretford, Lond. 1342. 

Constitutiones de Merton, editae per Rob. de Winchelse, 

1305- 
Rob. de Winchelse, 1300, Quid Parochiani invenire debent 

in Ecclesiae et quae Rector. 

Ejusdem aliae. 

Simonis de Mepham, 1328. 

Const. Norwycenses (prius editae per Sim. de Mepham). 

Walt, de Suthfeld, Ep. Norwic. : Litterae de dispositione 
primorum fructuum. 

Impedimenta Matrimonii. 

Bulla Papalis : ne qui dilacerent vel coquant corpora 
mortuorum. 

Constitutiones in Synodo Londinensi. 

Simonis de Sudbury Declaratio mandati de Festis cele- 
brandis, 1362. 

Ejusdem de Salariis a presbyteris percipiendis. 

Ejusdem constitutio Contra Detentores Pitaniciarum et 
Redituum Ministris ecclesiarum in civ. Lond.legatorum 1369. 

De potestate et officio Archidiac. 

(Hucusque in Membrana.) 

Edw. IL Charta de casibus in quibus Judex Ecclesiast. 
potest cognoscere, regia prohibitione non obstante, 13 16. 

Constitutiones S. Edmundi, 1365 ; Will. Courtenay, 1389; 
Tho. Arundel. 

Capitula Concilii apud Winton, 1076. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 83 

527 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Papers on Ecclesiastical Matters (England). 

A Justification of the Religion now professed in England. 

A Reply to the 'Answerer's' Vindication of the Invo- 
cation of saints and angels. 

Petition to Parliament and to King James I. of the 
Ministers silenced and deprived for nonconformity. 

(Apparently the petition defended by Dr. Reynolds at the 
Hampton Court Conference.) 

Petition to the King for a further Reformation of our 
Church of England. 

528 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Defensio Ecclesiae Anglicanae reformatae. 

529 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

The Chiefe Pointes of the Government of the Church 
of Christe declared ... by the authoritie of the 
Holie Scriptures and . . . Testimonies of sondrie 
Ecclesiasticall Writers. 

530 fol. chart., s. xvii 

History of the Church of England from William the 
Conqueror to the death of Rich. I. 

(Containing a particular account of Abp. Becket. Perhaps 
by Richard James.) 

531 fol. chart., circ. 1639. 

Abp. Spotiswoode's History of the Church of Scotland. 

532 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Miscellaneous Tracts. 

1. The distinction betweene the Ecclesiasticall Lawe 
and the Comon Lawe. 

2. Sir H. Spelman. De Sepultura. 

3. K. James i". his Aphorisms. 

1 4. Tho. Killigrew, his Letter about the possessed Nuns 

I at Tours. 

5. Observations on the life & end of Thomas, Lord 
Coventry. 

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6. Reasons of the Sceptick, 

7. The case of Comendams, argued at Whitehall 16 
June, 161 6. 

8. Acct. of the Submission of Lord Chief Justice Coke at 
the Council Board 13*''. June 161 6. 

9. S'. Rob. Cotton his Treatise concerning the Sove- 
reigne's Presence in the Great Councells or Assemblyes of 
State. 

10. Mr. Prynne's Speech, of Grievances, Spoke in 1640. 

11. An Information to the King, of y° Proceedings in 
Scotland, 1639. 

12. Lord Rothe his reply to the Lord Chamberlayn's 
Letter, in vindication of himself & the Scotch Proceedings. 

13. A Letter from the Pope to his Nuncio in England 
about 1640. 

14. A Letter found among the Jesuits taken at Clerken- 
well in 1627. 

15. The Superior's Letter, touching the contribution of 
y* Catholicks, as also the Queen's Letter to K. Cha. i'*. 
about the same. 



533 4to chart., c. 1600. 

1. The Book of Policy of the Kirk of Scotland, 

agreed upon in a General Assembly, convened 
at Glasgow 24.th Apr. 1581. 

2. The confession of Dr. David Lindesay, Bishop of 

Edinburgh, concerning the late sufferings of the 
Bishops of Scotland. 

3. The Form of Consecration of the Chappel of 

Exeter College in Oxford. 

4. Articles of Marriage betv/een Prince Charles of 

England and Henrietta Maria concluded at Paris 
20 Sep. 1624. 

5. John Fallopius his Funeral Discourse on y® martyr- 

dom of K. Charles ist. 



534 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings in the High Commission Court, 1631, 
against Mr. John Vicars, Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Stamford, for preaching erroneous doctrines. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 85 

535 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Remembrances of the Parliament holden at West 
minster 2d April 1571. 

536 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Valuation of the Lands belonging to Religious 
Houses in England and Wales. Also of the 
Bishopricks, with the tenths that each pays. 
Taken from the Records of the First Fruits and Tenths. 

537 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Observations on Sir Edw. Deering's methods of 
reforming the Church of England. 
(The author's foul copy.) 
Articuli Ecclesiae Anglicanae in Convocatione Lon- 

dini habita a.d. 1562, approbati. 
-The History of Brute, in English Verse. 

(Begins : ' What tyme the tamous Towen of Troye.') 
A briefe description of certayne Philosophers, 

Kynges, etc. 
Quaestiones variae de rebus Grammaticis, per 
Petrum Idle. 

(With miscellaneous collections by the same.) 

538 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Discourse of the Authoritie and Priviledge of Par- 
liament, collected out of the Common Lawes of 
this Land, etc. 

539 fol. chart., circ. 1700. 

Catalogue of MSS. in Lambeth Library chiefly 

relating to Ireland. 
Contents of four books relating to Irish History, 

formerly belonging to Sir Geo. Carew, and 

given to the Bodleian Library by Abp. Laud. 
The State of Co. Clare, showing the Baronies, Parish 

Churches, Gentlemen, and Castles it contained 

when first planted into a county. 



86 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

540 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings in Hil. 1632, in the cause of Noy, 
Attorney- Gen., against Wm. Gough, clerk, and 
1 5 others, the Feoffees, for buying in Impropria- 
tions for the use of the Church. 

541 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings in Parliament and in Star Chamber, 1640. 

History of the Parliament held 3 Nov. 1640, with the 
Speeches and an account of the Proceedings against the 
Earl of Strafford. 

Petition of Peter Smart, Preb. of Durham (imprisoned for 
non-conformity), to the House of Commons in 1640. 

Proceedings in Star Chamber against Bastwick, Burton, 
and Prynne, with their Speeches and the Lords' Answers. 
Also their Speeches when they stood in the Pillory. 

542 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Proceedings in Star Chamber, 1633, 1634. 

In Hil. 1633 against Wm. Prynne for writing Histrio- 
Mastix, and against others for publishing the same. 

Proceedings in 1634 against Prynne for writing a Libellous 
Letter to Abp. Laud. 

543 (In a case.) 

Boroughe (Wm.) : Sea Chart of the Coasts of Eng- 
land, Scotland, and E. of Ireland, (circ. 1600). 

Genealogie des Roys de Juda, de Perse, etc. 

Genealogy of Hen. VI. 

List of Mayors and Bailiffs of Dublin from i Hen. V. 
to 26 Hen. VIII. 

Pedigree and Arms of the House of Burgoyne, by 
Rob. Cooke, Clarencieux (1575). 

Pedigree of Bolle, Brooke, and Monke. 

Two Papal Indulgences. 

Letters of James II. relating to Derry, etc. 

(i68g. Original.) 

Safe Conduct from Chas. I. to Jos. Averio. 
Letter of Rt. Hon. E. Pery on Free Trade, 1774. 
Address of Lords of Great Britain, 1779. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 87 

Letters of Lord Weymouth, of Jos. Mede (declining 

Provostship), and others. 
Sermon by Dean Swift, 17 17. 
Pedigree of Ussher of Balsoon. 

544 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Petty (Sir W.). Political Arithmetick. 

545 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
State Tracts (17th cent.), viz. : — 

1. Sir W. Raleigh's Considerations touching the mar- 
riage of Prince Henry. 

2. Trajan Boccalini, Parnassus of the Spanish Monarchy. 

3. Letter to Sir E. Coke in his troubles. 

4. Discourse to Jas. I. about idle people in London. 

5. Tho. Alured's Letter about the Spanish Match. 

6. King James' Pardon of divers persons at the request 
of the French Ambassador in 1625. 

7. His Aphorisms. 

8. Interrogatories put to the Earl of Bristol, with his 
Answers. 

9. Commission of King Chas. L in 1625 for execution of 
the Laws against Recusants. 

10. Sir R. Cotton's Relation of Proceedings against 
Ambassadors. 

11. Memorial of Sir W. Aston to the King of Spain, 1624. 

12. Apology of the Earl of Essex. 

13. Parallel between R. Devereux, Earl of Essex, and 
G. Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. 

14. Letter to John Selden, with Observations on his 
account of St. George. 

15. Letter by Sir H. Spelman to the Author of Veteris 
Britanniae Patriarchiae Specimen, and Observations on the 
Saxon Psalter. 

546 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Hughes (Wm.). The Parson's Law. 

547 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Scott (John). History of the Foundation of the 
University of Cambridge. 

A Catalogue of the Founders and Benefactors of the 
Colleges, etc., and the Names of the Masters and Fellows, 
etc. (The Anns of the Founders and of the Colleges and 
Halls are coloured.) 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



548 fol. membr., s. xv. 

Flete (Joh.). De Fundatione et de Abbatibus Ec- 
clesiae S. Petri, Westmonasteriensis. 

549 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Alan (Joh.), Archiep. Dublin. Repertorium Viride. 
Tractans de omnibus ecclesiis infra dioecesin Dublin. 

650 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Ussher (Jas.), Primate. Visitation-book. 

Containing an Account of the Temporalities and Spiri- 
tualities of the Bishops, with the State of the Churches, etc., 
in Ulster, in 1622. 

551 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Table of all the Procurations, etc., arising to the 
Bishops out of the Benefices of Meath, Clonmac- 
noise, Ardagh, Raphoe, Derry, Connor, Down, 
and Dromore. 

552 fol. chart., s. xv. 

Register of Wills, Visitations, and Processes of the 
Metropolitan Court of Dublin under Abps. 
Tregury and Walton, 1467, 148 1. 

553 fol. min. chart., s. xvi. 

Processus coram Ambrosio Forthe, LL.D., de Testa- 
mento Thomae Lancaster, Archiep. Armachani. 

554 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Alan (Joh.), Archiep. Dublin. Registrum vulgo 
dictum, Liber Niger. (Copy). 

555 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

A Chapter Book of the Cathedral Church of St. 
Patrick, Dublin, 20th Feb., 1670, to i8th May, 
1678. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 89 

556 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Acta in Synodo Ecclesiae Hibern., 1707, 1708. 

557 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Registers of the Archbishops of Armagh. (Copies). 
13 vols. 

558 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

The ' Liber Niger' of Geo. Dowdall, Abp. of Armagh. 
(Copy). 

559 fol. chart., s. xix. 

The ' Liber Niger ' of Limerick. (Copy.) 
(The original is in Maynooth College.) 

560 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Lynch (Joh.). Historia Ecclesiastica Hiberniae. 
(Copy from MS. in the Bodleian Library.) 

561 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

* Crede Mihi.' The Ancient Register of the Arch- 
bishops of Dublin (copy). 

562 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

The Visitation of Cork by Bp. Dive Downes. 

563 4to chart. 

Extracts from the Journals of the House of Lords 
from Elizabeth to Geo. L 

564 4to chart. 

Remembrances for Order in the Upper House of 
Parliament when his Majesty is not there (temp. 
Guil. III.). 

565 

Selections from Patent Rolls i Hen. III. to 20 
Edw. IV., collected by Hen. Powle, Mag. Rotul. 
1689. (14 vols.) 



90 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



566 fol. chart,, s. xvii. 

Visitations and Returns of several Dioceses in the 
Reign of Jas. I. 

Viz.: — Meath and Clonmacnoise ; Cashel and Emly ; 
Dublin, Kildare, Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin ; Waterford 
and Lismore. 

Regalis Visitatio Dioec. Dublin. 1615. 
Status Dioecesium Kildar., Ossor., Fern., Lechlin., 
Cassel., Vvaterford & Lismor., Cork., Clonen., Rossen., 
Elphin., Limeric, Tuam., Duac, Clonfert, regnante Eliz. 

Names of Clergy, etc., deprived by Royal Commissioners 
circ. 1 59 1. 

667 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Valor Ben eficiorum Eccles. in Hibernia a 29 Hen. VII. 

ad 1591. 
Papers relating- to Roman Catholics in Ireland, viz. : 

An Abstract of the Money, amounting to ^575,246-16-4, 
exacted by the Pope and Popish Clergy from the laity of 
this kingdom in the time of Jas. I. 

List of Priests and Friars in 161 3. 

Concerning an Excommunication in Clonmel, Absentees 
at Douai, etc. 

Copy of Bull of Pope Sixtus to Irish Catholics, 161 3. 

Sir Jas. Cough's Speech and Recantation, 16 13. 

Examination of Shane O'Conor, Priest, 1600. 

Letter of Titular Abp. of Cashel to People of Limerick, 
1605, for a collection of money for their agents in England. 

Instructions how to avoid the Act 2 Eliz., for Recusants. 

Instructions to R. C.s as to election of magistrates. 

Declaration of Friar Thos. Fitzgerald, 161 3, of some 
things proper for the time. 

Request of Rory O'Donnell and Sir Donnogh O'Conor, 
Sligo. 

Petition of O'Shagnes to the Pope. 

Commissioners' Return concerning the new Plantation of 
Wexford. 

Commission of David Roth to be Vicar-General to Titular 
Abp. of Armagh, 1609. 

Dermitii, titularis Epi. Cluan. et Cork, Dispensatoria 
Licentia quod vidua quaedam percipiat reditus Beneficiorum 
quorundam 1595. 

Brandani Connor Epistola [ad Usserium] de quibus- 
dam codicibus MSS., etc., 10 Jul., 1641. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 91 



568 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Miscellanea de Rebus Hibernicls. 

Ussher (Jas.). De Origine Hibemorum et Scotorum, et 
quod antiqua Scotia insula fuit. 

Ejusdem Collectanea de historia veteri hujus Insulae. 

Catalogue of Irish Bishops from the Book of Derry and 
the Book of Kilkenny, 1350, etc. 

Creagh (Rich.). Of the Origine of the O'Neills and 
Creaghs. 

Catalogus Episcopatuum Hibemiae et sedis S, Andreae 
in Scotia, ex libro Cancellariae Apostolicae, 1549. 

Usserius de Nennio, S. Patricio, et Monasteriis Mellifont, 
Magio Furness Fermoy, Benchor et Salanga (.^), 

Quaedam de ecclesia SS. Trin. juxta Dublin. 

Daniel (W.), Archiep. Tuam : De Herenachis. 

De Sanctis Hibemiae ex diversis Martyrologiis MSS. 

Letters of Rich. Stanihurst, 1576. 

569 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Index to Inquisitions and Rolls of Services in the 
Remembrancer's Office, Court of Exchequer, 
Ireland, from 20 Rich. 11. to 19 Eliz. 

570 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Inquisitions taken chiefly in Connaught in 14 and 15 

Jas I. 
De terris Phil. O'Reyly in Com. Cavan, 19 Aug., 4 

Jas. I. 
The Crown Rents of Ireland from Lands hereditary 

or forfeited. Cum Custumis Regis. 
A Lease of the King's Customs to Sir Jas. Hay, 10 

Jas. I. 

571 fol. membr., s. xvii. 

Account of the Founders and Benefactors of Trinity 
College, Dublin. 

572 4to min. chart., s. xvii. 

Names of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the 

several Counties of Ireland. 
Usserii excerpta ex Caradoco Lancarvernensi, Jan- 

soiio et Camdeno de rebus Hibernicis. 



92 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

573 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Vindiciae Scotorum Veterum et Sanctorum Indlge- 
narum Iberniae, adversus errores HectorisBoetii, 
Geo. Bucanani, etc. 

Apologia pro Ibernia adversus Cambri calumnias. 

574 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Annales et varia Historica de Hibernia, scil. 

Fragmenta ex Registro Clochorensi. 

Annales ex quodam Rotulo, cum partitione terrarum quae 
fuerant Walteri Marescalli 31 Hen. III. 

Annales Hiberniae ad ann. 1525. 

Annales Hiberniae ab a.d. iiii continuati per Hen. 
Marlburgh ad 12 Hen. VI. 

Thadei Dowling Annales a temp. Bartholini, Invasoris 
Hiberniae, ad a.d. 1600. (Publ. Irish Arch. Soc, 1849.) 

Jac. Grace, Kilkenniensis, Annales cum obitibus familiarum 
Ormondiae et Desmondiae. (Publ. Irish Arch. Soc, 1842.) 

Genealogia Giraldi Cambrensis. 

Liber Croftonianus seu Abbatiae Buellensis ad ann. 1161. 

Annales ex Legiario Monasterii de Dunbrothy. 

Excerpta ex rubro libro Scaccarii, ex Libro Nigro et 
Libro Albo Eccl. SS. Trin. Dubl. 

Chronica Hiberniae a Christo nato ad ann. 1349 scripta a 
Fratre Joh. Clynne. (Publ. with the following, Irish Arch. 
Soc, 1849.) 

Annales Hibern. ex libro Rossensi. 

Annales Ultonienses a Christo nato ad ann. 1663 (Annals 
of Ulster). 

Gildas : De primis habitatoribus Britanniae et de excidio 
illius, cum notis Joh. Price. 

Vita Gildae. 

Nennius : Eulogium seu Historia Britonum, cum obser- 
vationibus Usserii. 

(These copies of Gildas and Nennius are collated with 
ancient MSS. by Ussher.) 

Simeon, monachus Dunelm. : De Archiepp. Eboraci. 

Excerpta e Giraldo Cambrensi. 

Panegyrici dicti Maximiano (a Mamertino) ; Maximino et 
Constantino (a Gallo Heduensi et aliis) ; Theodosio (a 
Latino Pacato, Drepanio). 

De Constantio et aliis Imperr. ex Nicephoro Callisto. 

Chronica Hiberniae ex Aurea Hist. loannis Anglici 
Tinmuthensis. 

Testamentum Alfredi et Athelwoldi. 

Excerpta ex Itinerario Antonini, et ex Ptolemaeo. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 93 

575 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Christ Church, Dublin, Sir Peter Lewis' his Accompt 
of the Receits and Disbursements of the Oeconomy 
Rents while he was Proctor, Oct. 1564, to Oct. 

1565. 

(Gives prices, wages, etc., paid in rebuilding the south 
side of the nave, with the steeple.) 

The Chapter Acts of Christ Church from 1574 to 

1594. 

576 fol. min. tnembr., s. xv. et xvi. 

Liber Obituum et Martyrologium Eccles. Cathedralis 
SS. Trin. Dublin. (Publ. Irish Arch. Soc, 1844.) 

1. Reliquiae Venerabiles hujus ecclesiae. 

2. Mortilogium. 

3. Nomina eorum quorum corpora ibi requiescunt pro 
quibus Prior et Canonici tenentur orare, etc. 

4. Kalendarium. 

5. Multa memorabilia de Antiquitatibus hujus eccl., et de 
Sanctis Hiberniae in martyrologio occurrunt. 

6. Evangelia in Capitulo dicenda. 

7. Regula S. Augustini. 

577 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Leases belonging to the Cathedral Ch. of the Holy 
Trinity, Dublin. 

(Entered alphabetically by Tho. Baughe, Preb. of 
St. Michan's 1606.) 

Accedit Ordinatio Elizabethae de Jure Decani et Capituli 
hujus eccl. ad decimandum pisces captos in fluvio Aven liffy. 

Et: Poema nuncupatum Echo, ostendens quales sint 
Jesuitae sacerdotes. 

578 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea de Rebus Hibernicis ab Usserio collecta, 
scil. 



Tabula chartarum in Registro Monast. S. Thomae 
Dublin. 

Hildebrandi Epist. ad Hibernos. 

Annales Monasterii de Duiske ab 1167 ad 1533, deducti 
ad 1593 a Thad. Dowling; cum Litt. Patent. Hen. VIII. 
Carolo Cavanagh, abbati. 



94 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 



Charta Hen. IV. de modo tenendi Parliamenti in Hib. 
The Earl of Tyrone's trayterous letter to the R. Catho- 
licks. 

Articles exhibited against him by Sir Hen. Bagnall. 
Ussher's Proofs that Laws made in England bind them 
of Ireland. 

His account of Irish Acts made 1 1 Hen. IV. and 5 and 7 
Hen. VI. 

His Elenchus Statutorum regni Angliae. 
A Statute in favour of the Abp. of Dublin, 3 and 4 Phil 
and Mary. 

De Rebus Hibernicis ex Archivis Turris Londin., Castri 
Dublin., ex antiquis Membranis Eccl. SS. Trin. Dub., ex 
Rotulis Pari., ex MS° Bibl. Cotton., ex Medulla Chronic, 
per Hen. de Marlburghe. 

De Dominio Regis Angliae in Hiberniam. 
Consecration of Bp. of Down 1596. 
List of Chief Governors of Ireland, 1 174-1594. 
Expedition against Shane O'Neill in 1562 (a few lines). 
Annals of Ireland ex Chron. Ric. Grafton. 
Account of the Invasion of Ireland regn. Hen. II. 
Names of the Nobility and Antient Authors of Ireland. 
Historical Matters of England, with genealogy of Earls of 
Chester. 

Ussher's Collection of Popish Plots against Elizabeth. 
Account of the fate of some ships of the Armada on the 
coast of Ireland. 

Annales Hib. ex Pembrigio, cum Genealogia Gul. Aldelmi 
filii : collecti per Jac. Waraeum. 
Annales Nenaghtenses. 

Obitus Eccles. de Luske et de Tralee. . 

Obitus famil. de Desmond (i 205-1 564) et de Butler.-^'^ 
Genealogy of Hugh de Lacy. 
Fragmenta ex lib. Eccl. de Ardstratha. 
Epistolae Nellani O'Nell ad Rich. II. ann. 1394. 

579 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Collectanea de rebus Monastlcis Hibernlae ex Regis- 

tris domuum Religiosarum (2 torn.). 

580 fol. chart. 

Miscellanea de rebus potissimum Hibernicis, scil. 

1. Hispanias & Galliae Descriptio. 

2. Constitutionesregiaeper Hen.3.proreformationeRegni. 

3. De rebus Hibernicis, ex Johannis Glastoniensis Chro- 
nico. 



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4. Out of Sir John Davy's Letters to Lord Chanc. Egerton 
in 1606 concerning the Counties of Monaghan and Fer- 
managh, and the Church Lands in those Counties. 

5. Bulla Clem. 5. & Constitutio Universitatis Dublin, in 
saeculo 14°. 

6. A Letter from the Lords of the Council of Ireland to 
)'• Council of England, for founding an University, dated 
4 March, 1569. 

7. The causes of Tyrone's Rebellion, extracted from a 
Letter of S'. Hen. Wallop. 

8. Epistola Cardinalis Alani ad Episcopos Hiberniae, 
A.D. 1591. 

9. Clemens 8. ad Comitem Tyrone, a.d. 1600. 

10. An account of the Popish Priests in Ireland, and of 
the Natives who are gone abroad, in the reign of K. Cha. ist. 

1 1. Names of the Gentlemen of the Co. of Louth returned 
by Brent Moore. 

12. An Act of the Lord Deputy and Council concerning 
y* Church in 1620. 

13. De Jure Primatiali, ex Registro Milonis Arpi. Armach. 

14. Donaldi O'Neyl, Regis Ultoniae, et omnium Regu- 
lorum Hib. Epistola ad Johan. 22 Papam a.d. 1318. 

15. Adriani 4. Bulla ad Hen. 2. de Hibernia Conquirenda. 

16. Anni Fundationum Monaster. Cisterciensium in Hi- 
bernia. 

17. Prince Henry's Answer to certain Propositions of War 
and Peace, by S'. Rob. Cotton. 

18. Two Letters of Primate Hampton to the Council in 
1623, concerning the Ecclesiastical Dues. 

19. Letters of W". Bedel, y' pious and learned Bp. of 
Kilmore, from Venice, 1607, 1608. 

20. Regularium Cistercien. Constitutiones, in usum Ec- 
clesiae Armachanae, in Synodo apud Vadipontem, a.d. 1614, 

21. David de Mollony: Excerpta ex Vetusto Ms", in 
Conventu S. Jacobi Scotorum Ratisbonae, De Hibernia & 
Sanctis Hib. 

22. A Relation of Ireland and y* Diversity of Irish in the 
same, by Phil. O'Sullevan Bear. 

23. A Letter from N. Laffan to Dr. Talbot of Dub. in 
1622, cum Legenda et officio B. Diphnae Virginis et MartjTis. 

24. Vitae Sanctorum, scilicet, Maculini, Tathaei, Caran- 
toci, Kebii, Aidi, Brendani, Germani, Wilfrithi, Davidis, 
Kentigerni, Florentini. 

25. Tres Epistolae Alex. 3". Papae, i*. Ad Episcopos 
Hiberniae ; 2". Ad Hen. 2 Regem ; 3*. Ad Reges & Principes 
Hiberniae. 

26. Arguments of S'. Giles Allington for marr}-ing his 
Niece of the half Blood. 

27. De Praedestinatione, ex Hincraaro Rhemensi. 



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581 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Miscellanea praecipue de rebus Hibernicis. 

1. Modus Tenendi Parliamenta et Concilia in HiberniS 
per Hen. 2 ordinatus. Et Exemplificatio ejusdem per 
Hen. 3. 

2. Modus tenendi Parliamenta in Anglia temporibus 
Edwardi filii Etheldredi, &c.,cum Tractatu de officio Senes- 
calli. 

3. Statutum de stabilienda Universitate apud Drogheda 
3°. Edw. 4. 

4. Genealogia Richardi Strongbow, Giraldinorum, Ste- 
phanidarum, atq. Barrensium ab Usserio. 

5. Excerpta de Homiliis antiquis, in Bibliotheca Cotton. 

6. Rich. James ad Usserium de antiqua Britonum re- 
ligione. 

7. Pat. Finglas, his Breviate of the getting of Ireland and 
the decay of the same. 

8. An Abstract of a Book intituled Salus Populi. 

9. Questions to be resolved by Barnaby Scurlock, Rich**. 
Nettervile, and Hen. Burnel, sent to England by y' Lords of 
the Pale, to seek redress for the burden of the Cess in 1577. 

10. The Grievances of Ireland about the same time. 

11. How many times, and of what Persons, Ireland was 
inhabited. 

12. A note of the Journeys of S^ W". Russell, Lord 
Deputy. _ 

13. A Recomendation from the Council of Ireland to the 
King in favor of Lord Furneval, Lord Deputy. 

14. An antient description of IreP. and y' first inhabiting 
thereof. 

15. Annales Fratrum de Adare in Com. Limeric. 

16. Chronicles of Ireland in the reign of K. Hen. 2^. and 
K. John. 

17. Some antient Scotch Chronicles. 

18. A certificate of the several Lord Deputys and Justices 
having received the tythes and port-corn incident to the 
state from 1571 to 1581. 

ig. The genealogy of Kildare and Desmond. With a note 
of the obits of the Earls of Kildare. 

20. Inscriptions in Howth Church, 1536. 

21. An Ace*, of the Journeys made by the Earl of Sussex, 
Lord Deputy in 1556, 1557, and 1563, by Phil. Butler, 
Athlone Pursuivant. 

22. TheProgressofSr. Hen. Sidney, Lord Deputy in 1567. 

23. Usserius de prima conversione Britonum et Scotorum. 

24. The Pedigree of Burghe, Earl of Ulster. 

25. A Letter from S'. Rich''. Bingham, giving an ace*, of 
his own proceedings in Conaught in 1586. 



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26. Letter from ye L*. Dep. and Council for raising con- 
tributions in y* Barony of Louth towards building Dub. 
College in 1591. 

27. Names of Spaniards in prison in Drogheda and Dublin. 

28. Sir Peter Carew's title to Cork. 

582 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis. 

Primate Hampton's Proofs of the Precedence of the Abp. 
of Armagh. 

Ussher's Narrative of the Controversy between Armagh 
and Dublin (in his own hand). 

S. Beneneus, Archiep. Armach., de Antiquitatibus Inco- 
larum Dublin., Hibernice cum vers. Latina. 

Petr. Lombard, titul. Archiep. Armach., Licentiaexercendi 
Facultates in Lagenia et Momonia data Ep°. Ossor. 1607. 

Julius Benignus: An Pat. Cuileanus, cleric. Hib., con- 
ceptus ex patre tunc in minoribus constituto, natus autem 
quum pater promotus fuerat ad sacros ordines, dici possit 

»filius Sacerdotis. 
Epist. Burgensium Dubl. ad Radulph. Cantuar. 1122. 
Dimissiones quaedam Terrarum Herenaciarum per Arpos. 
Armach. 

Usserii Collectanea de S. Patricio et successoribus ejus. 
Letter of Sir Jas. Ware to Ussher, with account of Obits 
of some Abps. of Armagh, from an old MS. 

Presentment of Grand Jury in 1608 for Survey of Armagh. 
Submission of O'Neil and Desmond to Hen. VHL 
Usserii Catalogus Arporum. Dublin, et Armach. Eporum. 
Clochor., Midens., Cassel., Limeric, Ossor. 
Status Dioeces. Tuam., Enaghdun., Duacens. 
His Majesty's Instructions concerning the Church of 
i Ireland, brought over by Bp. And. Knox about 1620. 

583 fol. partim membr., s. xvi. 

Pembrigii Annales rerum Hibernicarum ab ann. 1162 
ad 1370. 

584 fol. chart., c. 1600. 

Annals of Ireland from 1162 to 12 13. 

(A translation of the above.) 
Chronica Hiberniae auct. Phil. Flatisbury de Johny- 
ston juxta le Naas a.d. 15 17. 

(Formerly belonged to Tho. Messingham, President of 
Boncourt College, Paris.) 

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585 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Brief History of Ireland from a.m. 1969 to the Con- 
quest by Hen. II. 

Taken from the Irish Chronicles. 

586 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Proceedings of the House of Commons (Ireland) in 
1737. 

587 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings of the Commissioners from the Con- 
vention in 1660, and from the Lords Justices and 
Council in 1661, relating to the Settlement of 
Ireland, with the Objections to the Settlement 
and the Answers ; also other papers to which the 
Commissioners made reference. 

588 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Letter of Sir Phil. Sidney to Q. Elizabeth. 

Short Collections from the records of William III. 

Extracts from London Gazettes, 1684, &c. 

Claims of Forfeited Lands. 

Grants of Lands temp. Philip and Mary. 

589 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Dialogue between Eudoxus and Irenius on the History 
of Ireland, 1596. 

590 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Establishment or List of Payments for Civil Offices in 
Ireland, 17 19. 

591 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis. 

Chronicles of Ireland, with a list of Mayors, Bailiffs, and 
Sheriffs of Dublin from 1406 to 1576. 
Genealogia Richardi Strongbow. 



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Catalogus Eporum Midens. ex antiquis Rotulis. 

Ussher on Popish Attempts against Q. Elizabeth. 

Notes on Meath. 

Patent of Nic Narbon, Ulster. 

Chronica ex Annalibus Connaciensibus. 

Hymni in S. Brigidam (Hibernice). 

Successores S. Patricii ex Annalibus Ultoniensibns. 

Letter concerning the Irish Nation, by Florence M'Carthy. 

Ex Vita S. Patricii. 

Fiechi Slebthiensis Hymnus in laudem S. Patricii (Hiber- 
nice). 

Thesaurus Gaudii Hibernice. ContinetPreces, Formulam 
Testamenti, Confessionem Peccatoris, Argumentum Evang. 
S. Lucae, &c. 

Letter concerning Hesychius, dated Mar. i6, 1636. 

De Catechumenis. 

Terrae in Com. Dublin, et Waterford., cum servitiis per 
quae tenentur de Regina Elizabetha. 

Peroratio gratulatoria Academiae Dublin. : ad Dom. de 
Mountjoy, Dom. Deput. Hiberniae. 

592 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Barry (Gerald) seu Giraldus Cambrensis, History of 
the Conquest of Ireland. 

593 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Barry (Gerald). 

Idem opus ; with supplement out of the Book of Howth, 
Fabian, etc., and out of a book written by Primate Dowdall 
in 1551. 

594 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Cusake (Christopher), High Sheriff of Meath, 15 11. 
Collections concerning Ireland, and especially 
Meath. 

Acres in each Barony. 

Obits of Cusacks, Plunkets, and Tuites, from the Morti- 
lege of Kells ; also their Pedigrees. 

His Accompts as High Sheriff. 

Mearing and Rental of his estate. 

The content of Acres in Ireland, with a proposal for 
raising a large Subsidy thereout to the Bang. 
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595 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Inquisitions concerning the Six escheated Counties in 
the North of Ireland taken in 7 Jas. I. (1610). 

596 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Dissertatio de erectione et constitutione Dioec. 

Ossoriensis et Eccl. Cathedralis ibidem. 
Petri Baronis, S. T. P. Cantab., Tractatus de Fato, 

Oratio pro Benefactoribus Acad. Oxoniensis. 
Concio in Matth. x. 16. 
Collectanea Geographica ex Bodino. 
Collectanea varia Theologica, etc. 

597 4to membr., s. xiii. vel xiv. 

Guillermus (seu Gualtherus) de Castellione : Poema 

de Gestis Alexandri. 
Hugo de S. Victore. Didascalion. 
Apocalypsis S. Johannis Glossata. 
Comment, in Epistolas et Evang. Dominical. 

538 izmo min. chart., circ. 1600. 

Collectanea de Jure Civili et Canonico. 

599 4to chart., s. x-ii. 

Doubts and Hopes (concerning the Sixth Canon). 

Presented to John Bridgman, Bp. of Chester, by the 
Divines, etc., of his Diocese. 

600 4to membr., s. xiii., xiv. 

Psalmi Davidis in Rhythmis Latinis, cum Glossa. 

Libellus de xii. Abusivis Saeculi in Rhythmis Latinis. 

Guil. le Petit seu Neubrigensis Libri 4 et 5 Historiae 
rerum Anglic, a coron. Ric. II. ad Concordiam 
inter eum et Arpum. Rotomagens. Cum capitulo 
de Principiis Saladin, etc. 

Historia Hierosolymitana scripta circ. ann. 1187. 



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601 4to chart., s. xvii. 

History of Prince Henry, son of James I. 



602 4to membr., s. xiv. 

William of Malmesbury (Somerset) : De Gestis Pon- 

tificum Anglorum. 
Sallustii in M. T. Ciceronem Oratio. Ciceronis in 

Sallustium Oratio. 
Excerpta ex Suetonio et Josepho, ex Aulo Gellio 

aliisque. 
Q. Curtii Historia Alexandri a lib. iv. cap. 5, ad 

finem. 



603 4to membr., circ. 1400. 

L. An. Senecae Epistolae a 39° ad 89™. 
Geoffrey of Monmouth : Epistola Dedicatoria. 
Historia Obsidionis Hierosolymae sub duce Godo- 

fredo. 
Petri Blesensis Epistolae et Responsiones Variae. 

(Ut plurimum de rebus Anglicis.) 

604 fol. partim membr., s. xv. 

Mandeville (Sir John) : His Travels. 

Historia Sepulturae Domini lesu et Consultationis de 
eadem re in Synagoga Judaica (= Gospel of 
Nicodemus). 

B. Bernardi Epistola ad Raymundum Graciorum de 
re famulari. 

Proverbia Latina (centum). 

Historia Infantiae Domini Jesu (= Gospel of Pseudo- 
Matthew). 

Odonis de Shirton Opus Sexaginta Parabolarum. 

De quinque Portubus Angliae et eorum Serviciis. 



102 CA TAL OG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

605 4to chart., s. xv. 

Gesta Romanorum, seu Historlae de Romanis Imperr. 

maxime fictae ad mores formandos. 
Modus tenendi Curias. 

A Charge as antiently given to Grand Juries. 
Formulae Chartarum. 
Modus faciendi Compotum. 
Orthographia Gallica. 
Libellus de Causis et Quaest Naturalibus. 
Nominale Lat.-Anglicum de Utensilibus et aliis rebus. 

606 4 ^^ 3 membr., circ. 1400. 

Statuta Antiqua Angliae. 
Brevia Regia et aliae Formulae. 

607 i^ X 2^ membr., circ. 1400. 
Statuta Antiqua Angliae. 

608 4to membr., s. xv. 

Statuta Angliae a 1° Edw. III. ad 14" Rich. II. 

609 i8mo membr., s. xv. 

Statuta Angliae a 1° Edw. III. ad 7" Rich. II. 

610 fol. chart., s. xv. 

Statuta Angliae a 1° Edw. III. ad 21"^ Hen. VI. 

611 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Journal of the Debates and Proceedings of the House 
of Commons (England), ist May to loth June, 
1626. 

612 i6mo chart., s. xvii. 

Debates and Proceedings of the English Parliament 
in 1628 (five vols.). 



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613 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

1. Journal of the Proceedings of the House of Lords 

(Ireland), 14th July, 1634, to i8th April, 1633. 

2. Letters Patent of Jas. L for creating several of the 

Irish Nobility. 

614 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Iterum : Journal of the House of Lords (Ireland), 
14th July, 1634, to 15th April, 1635. 

615 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Journal of the House of Lords (Ireland), from March 
16, 1639, to May 2, 1646. 

616 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Journal of the House of Lords (Ireland), from 8th 
May, 1 66 1, to 17th Aug., 1666. 

617 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Abstract of the Journal of the Parliament at West- 
minster, in the ist, 3rd, and 4th years of Jas. L 

618 fol. chart., circ. ;7oo. 

Summonitiones ad Parllamenta Angliae ab anno 49" 
Hen. III. ad 22"" Edw. IV. per Guil. Dugdale 
(2 tom.). 

619 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Cotton (Sir Robert). Abridgment of the Parlia- 
mentary Rolls from 5 Edw. II. to i Ric. III. 

620 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Extracts from Rolls of Parliament from 5 Edw. II. to 
4 Hen. VIIL 
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104 CATALAGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

621 

Diary of Parliament in divers years of Hen. VIII. 

622 

Abridgment of the Commons' Journals, 1613— 1693. 

623 

Speeches in Parliament in 1640 (England). 

624 

Remembrances for Order in the House of Lords when 
the King is not present. 

625 

Letters of Pliny the Younger. Translated by Lord 

Orrery. 

(Printed Lond. 1751. With his autograph corrections.) 
2 vols. 

626 

Homer's Iliad. Translated by Edw. Maurice, Bp. of 
Ossory (1744). 2 vols. 

627 

Homer's Odyssey. Transl. by the same. 3 vols. 

628 

The Flatterer : a Comedy. By the same. 

629 

Materials for an edition of Paradise Lost. By Dr. 

Edw. Hill, Reg. Prof, of Medicine. 

Including a Complete Verbal Index and a criticism on the 
French translators. 

630 

Christeis, or the History of our Saviour : a Poem. 
(By Walter Stonhouse, circ. 163 1.) 



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631 4to chart., s. xvi., xvii. 

Chronica Anglo-Saxonica. 

Tracts on Alchemy and Astrology. 

(Inest Epistola Joh. Dee ad Guil. Camden, 1574.) 

Treatise on the Fall of Romish Babylon. 

632 4to chart., s. xv. 
Treatises, Historical and Miscellaneous. 

Leges S. Edwardi per Will. Conq. confirmatae. 

De Fundatoribus Eccles. quarundam in Anglia. 

Solomonis Didascali Historia de Alexandri Magni Pro- 
fectione versus Paradisum. 

Historia Angliae (inc. Rex quidam fuit in Norfolchia, 
Castor nomine). 

De Palmistria. 

An Astrological Treatise. 

De Mirabilibus Britanniae. 

Marco Polo : Itinerarium (ff. 43). 

On the Poets and Mythology of the Ancients. 

Aphorisms from various Authors. 

De morte Claudii Caesaris. 

Dialogus Scipionis et Laelii de Delatore Cavendo. 

633 4to chart., s. xiv. 

Chronicles of English Kings, from Brutus to 
Hen. VIII. By John Narbon, Richmond Herald. 
Arms of many English Noblemen and Gentlemen. 
With other heraldic matters. 

634 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Chronica rerum Ang'. ex Polydoro Vergilio aliisque. 
'English Pedigrees collected by Glover, Somerset 
Herald. 

635 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Clerk (W.). Ancillans Synopsis. 

(On the Union of England and Scotland.) 



1 o6 CA TALOG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

636 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Collectanea Varia de Re Heraldica, scil. 

The Cause of bearing Arms for Service of the Prince. 

Manner of blazoning Arms. 

Excerpta ex Litteris antiquis apud Belvoire. 

Arms of divers Families. 

637 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Holhushed (Laurence). Device for the Increase of 
the Prince's Treasure. 

638 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Carmina Graeca et Latina in laudem Reg. Elizabethae. 

639 4to chart., s. xvi. 
Heraldica. 

Arms and Genealogy of Devereux, Earl of Essex. 
Arms of the Knights of the Round Table. 
Arms of divers families, English and French. 

640 4to membr., s. xiv. 
Collectio Brevium Veterum. 

641 4to min. membr., s. xv. 

Cantlowe seu Cantalupus (Nic). Chronica fundationis 

Univers. Cantabrigiae. 
Accedunt Miscellanea quaedam, scil. 

Miraculum S. Laurencii. 

Historia de Cyrillo. 

Odolrici Epi. Epist. ad Papam Nicolaum contra consti- 
tutionem inhibentem ne Sacerdotes habeant uxores. 

S. Hieronymi Miracula quae scripsit S. Cyrillus. 

Ars Moriendi. 

Oratio ad Catechumenos. 

(This vol. is for the most part written by Tho. White, 
Fellow of King's Coll. Cambr., 1442.) 

642 4" X 3" membr., s. xiv. 

Narrationes Novae (Anglice, Law Entries) : temp. 
Edw. in. (in French). 



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643 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Liber Irrotulamentorum Litterarum Patentium sub 
magno Sig. Regni Hib. annis 9° ad i^^ Caroli I. 
Regis. 2 torn. 

644 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Entries of the Inrollment of many Letters Patent, 
Wards, and Liver)"s, etc., 1629 to 1633. 

645 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Entries of Leases made by the Court of Wards in 
Ireland from 1627 to 1632. 

646 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Davys (Sir Wm.), Recorder of Dublin: His Collec- 
tions. 

Containing several of his Speeches ; Deeds of his Fee- 
farms from the City of Dublin; Petitions, etc., about 
appointing him Recorder in 1660, etc. 

Also : A Marriage Settlement of Dawes Wymonsold in 
Surrey (1659). 

An Adventurer's Assignment of lands to Matthew Lock. 

Hughes (Wm.). The Parson's Law. 

Eustace (Sir Maurice). Speech to the Earl of Strafford 
(on being chosen as Speaker). 

Rules of Lord Lieut, and Council for regulating the 
Corporations, etc., of Dublin (1672). 

Opinions of Sir Heneage Finch on some points of Law 
(i665 and 1672). 

647 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Dav}''s (Sir Wm.) : Further Collections, viz. : 

His Copy of Survey Leases, etc., relating to St. Kathe- 
rine's, Dublin ; Copies of his Fee-farm Lease (Oxmantown 
Green, from the City) ; Lands in Limerick, Tipp., etc., from 
the Colleges. 

His Marriage Settlement, 1664. Last Will of his father 
Sir Paul Davys (1672). 

Loftus (Dudley) : Petition setting forth the right of Sir 
Adam Loftus to the OflSce of Surveyor-General. 

The Adventurer's Claim on the Barony of Carey. 

Bolton (Sir Rich.) : Declaration how the laws of England 
came to be of force in Ireland. 



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Mayart (Sam.) : Answer to the preceding. 

On the Course of Proceedings in Chancery in English 
Suits of the Officers of Chancery. 

Collection of Records to prove that by the Law of this 
Land the Widow shall have a moiety of the personal estate 
if she have not issue, etc. 

Form of Consecrating a new Churchyard for St. Patrick's, 
Dublin (the ' Cabbage Garden '). 

Excerpta ex Annal. S. Werburgae Cestrien de Libertati- 
bus Abbatiae S. Mariae Dub. 

Cases of the Customs of Cities and Towns Corporate, 

King James I., his directions for Settling the Courts of 
Justice in Ireland. 

648 fol, chart., s. xvii. 

Entries of Leases of Lands belonging to Wards in 
2^ and 3*^ years of Chas. II. 

649 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 
Court of Star Chamber. 

Compendium of the Course of Pleadings in the Court of 
Star Chamber. 

Reports of Cases adjudged in said Court in the i'*, 2"*, and 
3*^ years of Chas. I. 

650 

A box containing rolls, etc., viz.: 

Roll for rating the Proportion of the Subsidy to be paid 
by the Nobility, etc., assessed 8th July, 161 5, by Sir Arthur 
Chichester, Lord Deputy. 

Letters Patent and Acts of Parliament relating to the 
dignities of Earl of Ossory and Earl of Ormond. 

Letter from Lord Somers to the King (Will. IIL), Aug. 
28, 1698. With copy of the King's Letter to Lord Somers, 
Aug. 16, 1698. 

Commission signed by Oliver Cromwell, 1649 (nearly 
illegible). 

Payments to the Army in Ireland 6 July, 1649, to Nov., 
1656. 

651 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Davys (Sir John). His Argument upon the Question 
of Impositions. 

Question discussed, Whether the exposition of Sta- 
tutes concerning Ecclesiastical Causes belongs 
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652 4to chart., s. xvi. et xvii. 

I. Lee (Tho.). Declaration o*f the Government of 
Ireland discovering the Discontents of the 
Irishry. 

(Presented to Q. Eliz. in 1594.) 

2 French (Nic, titul. Bp. of Ferns). Apologia pro se 
et aliis Catholicis. 

3. Davis (Sir John). Argument upon Impositions. 

4. Camden (Wm.). Genealogy of the English, with 

some of their Arms. Also the Lives and Effigies 
of the Popes. 

(In his own hand.) 

5. Informations exhibited to the Committee on the 

Fire of London, 1667. 

6. Miracle Play : Of the Conversion of Jonathas the 

Jew by the Miracle of the Blessed Sacrament. 

7. Poems by Sir John Davis and others. 

8. Map of Cabra and Neighbourhood. (In pencil.) 

653 8vo chart., circ. 1700. 

iStearne (Bp. John). Collectanea de rebus Hibernicis 
scil. 

Charters, etc., relating to Religious Houses ; also to 
Honours, etc., of ancient nobles. List of Inquisitiones post 
mortem in the Remembrancer's Office. Catalogue of his 
MSS. 

f 654 8vo chart., s. xvii. 

Molyneux (Dan. Ulster). Extracts from the Regis- 
ters of several Monasteries, etc., scil. 

Gormanstown ; B. Mariae de Kenlis (Ossor), Wolstani, 
Fratr. Min. de Clare ; Hospit. S. Joan. Jerus. in Hibern. S. 
Thomae, Dublin. Nenaghtensis, Duiskensis, de Dunbrothy. 
Decani Limeric. Dec. et Vicar. Chor. S. Patr. Dublin. 
Repertorio Viridi Alani Arpi. Dubl. Ex Chartis Jac. Com. 
Ormond. Ex libro Obituum Eccl. SS. Trin. Dubl. 

Catalogus Abbatum, etc., domuum religiosi in Hibemia. 



no CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

655 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Molyneux (Dan.). 

Antient Prices of Labour, etc. 
Names of Members of the Dublin Society. 
Names of Mayors and Bailiffs of Cork, Waterford, Lime- 
rick, Dublin. 

The Ogam Alphabet. 

656 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Molyneux (Dan.). 

Extracts from Inquisitions of the Properties of Suppressed 
Monasteries ; also those of many nobles ' post mortem.' 

657 4to membr. 

Legal Forms of Charters and other Instruments. 
The Antient Office of Justices of the Peace and the 
Practice of Courts Leet. 

658 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Clarendon (Edward, Earl of). Short View of the 
State of Ireland from 1 640. 
(Publ. 1 72 1.) 

659 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Names of Judges, etc., that have been in Ireland. 

Names of the chief English Families in Ireland. 

Patentee Officers appointed by K. Chas. II. 

Carmina Sacra. 

(Part by Crashaw; some supposed to be by Provost 
Alvey.) 

660 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Account of the Exploits of the Auxiliaries sent from 
England in 1543 to aid the Emperor against 1 
France. 

(By Nic. Narbon, Ulster.) 

Account of the Coronation of Edw. VI. 

The manner of creating the Baron of Leitrim and 
Cahir in 1584, at St. Patrick's Cathedral. 



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Journey of Sir Hen. Sidney, Lord Deputy, against 

Sir Edm. Butler, etc., in 1569. 
Journey of Sir Wm. Fitzwilliam against the Earl of 

Desmond. 
The Interment and Pedigree of Sir Jenico Preston, 

Lord Gormanston, in 1569. 
With other Memoranda. 

661 4to min. chart., s. xvi. (Seems to have be- 
longed to Nic. Narbon, Ulster.) 

A commonplace book of heraldry'. Containing also : 

Chronica Varia, Gallice. 

A Short Declaracion — how everj' Man should have Holy 
Writt in ther Mother tunge. 

The furste Foundacion of the OflBce of Armys. 
Pedigrees and Memorable Acts of our English Kings. 
The Method of Marchalling and Cloathing an Army. 
Advisemens de Guerre. 

662 4to membr., s. xv. 

Repertorium Chartarum, etc., sec. Consuetud. Regni 
Angliae, studio Will. Kynggesmull. 

Formulae in usu apud curias Baronis et Regis 
(Gallice). 

"Novelas Countes (Collection de Protocoles). 

663 fol. chart., sc. xvi. 
Collectiones de Re Heraldica scil. 

I. The order of waiting on a Lord Deputy when he dines 

in State. 
I 2. The Bearings for several Families in Ireland, appointed 

by Dan. Molyneux, Ulster King-at-Arms. 
' 3. Names of the Knights made by Lords Deputys under 

Q. Eliz. 

4. Funeral Processions in Dublin about 1577, &c. 

5. The Patent for Gilbert Purdon's Arms in 1588. 

6. The Blazon of Arms of diverse Irish Families. 

7. Ussher of some Episcopal Sees founded by St. Patrick 

8. The Pedigrees of Arms of many Families. 

9. Ordo Nobilium Virorum in Hibernii, regnante Eliza- 
betha Regina. 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



664 izmo chart., circ. 1650. 

Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis scil. 

Excerpta ex Archivis Turris Londin de Coenobiis Hiber- 
nicis, etc. 

Ex Chronico Hen. de Knighton. 

E Chron. Abbatiae de Stanlau. 

Chartae fundat. Coenobii de Newry. 

E libro de Houth scripto regn. Eliz. 

Ex Codice Hymnorum. 

Ex Epistola Geo. Carleton ad Guil. Camden. 

Ex libro Ric. Creagh de Lingua Hibernica. 

E. Bernard! Andreae libro de Hen. VH. 

Voyage of Sir Rich. Edgcomb, sent into Ireland by 
Hen. VII, (Published in Harris' Hibernica.) 

Proclamation of Hen. VIII. as King of Ireland. 

Story of King Rich. II. in Ireland. Written in Meeter, 
by a French gentleman, and translated by Geo., Earl of 
Totnes. 

Anni fundationis Coenobiorum Cisterc. 

Catalogus Sanctorum Hiberniae. 

Excerpts from an Inquiry into the Rebellion of the Earl 
of Desmond, 1584. 

665 4to chart., circ. 1700. 
Cases in Morality and Theolog-y. 

666 4to chart., circ. 1700. 

Discourse on the Weights, Measures, and Money of 

the Antients. 
Simon Tripp : Christianus Medicus. 

667 4to membr., s. xv. 

Dialogus inter Magistrum et Discipulum de rebus 
Biblicis et ecclesiasticis et de futura vita. 

De Commemoratione Defunctorum. 

Donald Omlechlayd: Fabulae quindecim filii Imper. 
Diocletiani. 

Algorismus. 



De Inventione Crucis, etc. 

Gesta Caroli Magni per Turpinum Archiep^ Remens. 



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Vita Guidonis. 

Tractatus Sex Hibemici de rebus Theologicis. 

De Octo Conquestibus Hiberniae. 

De Purgatorio S. Patricii, de miraculis B. V. M., etc. 

Liber Virtutum Senecae. 

Lamentationes B. V. M. 

Meditationes S. Bernardi. 

668 fol. chart., s. xviii., 3 torn. 
Proceedings of the Lower House of Convocation at 

Dublin, 1703 to 1705. Also some Minutes in 
171 1, 1 7 12 (including the original Journal). 

669 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Roberts (Wm., Ulster). History of the House of 
Ormond. 

670 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Names of the Officers of Regiments in Ireland under 
King James IL (see * Illustrations of K. James' 
Army List,' by John D'Alton, Dublin, 1855; 
2nd edition i860). 

670* fol. chart., s. xix. 

List of Army in Ireland, 1686 ; Officers often regi- 
ments broke, 1698; Officers reduced, 1701. 
List of all their Majesties' forces in Ireland, n. d. 
List of Irish regiments in France. 

(Copy of MS. Brit. Mus., Add. 9762.) 

671 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Notes from Records in Bermingham Tower. 

(In usum Gregor. Vicecora. Lanesborough, 1678.) 

672 fol. chart., s. xvi., xvii. 

Collections relating to Ireland, viz. : 

Queen Elizabeth's Commission for the Plantation of 
Munster, with other papers relating to that and other plan- 
tations in Leitrim, King's and Queen's Cos., Westmeath, 
Longford, and Ulster. 

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Letters from the Lord Deputy and Council to the Lords 
of the Council in England in 1605, 1606. 

Observations on the Rebellions of SirCahir O'Dougherty. 

Original Orders of Council in 16 10. 

Examinations concerning the Ulster Rebellion, taken in 
1615. 

Sir W. Raleigh's Letter to his Wife before his Execution. 

The Civil List in 1629, 1676. 

The Military List in 1616, 1622, 1631, 1640, 1676. 

Orders of King Chas. I. to be observed by the Council of 
Ireland. 

His Letters of Bounties and Graces to his Subjects of 
Ireland 22 Sept., 1626. 

Instructions for rectifying the receipts and issues of the 
Revenue, 1625. 

Names of the chief gentlemen in each county about this 
time. 

Papers relating to the public accounts in 1623, 1628, 
1670, 1675, 1683. 

Facultates Communicandae Hibernicis Missionariis, 1627. 

Depositions in the cause of Phelim McPheagh, 1628. 

Corporations returning Members, questioned by the 
Attorney-General, 1634. 

Papers relating to the King's claim to the Province of 
Connaught, with the manner of proceeding at Portumna in 

1635- 

Sir Geo. Radcliffe's Answer to the Remonstrance of the 
Irish House of Commons in 1640. 

Abstract of the Customs and Excise in 1681. 

Account of the Patents of the Bishopricks in Ireland, 
1672 to 1683. 

673 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

M'Geoghegan (Conell). History of Ireland from 
several antient Irish Authors. 
(Annals of Clonmacnoise.) 

674 fol. chart., 1697. 

Extract (Alphabetical) of the Principal Christenings 
and Burials in the Parish Registers of Dublin in 
the 17th century. 

675 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Burches (Hugo). De Clandestinis Congressibus in 
Civit. Cestriensi consilio Mag. Byffield ex- 
cogitatis A.D. 161 1. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 115 

676 4to chart., circ. iboo. 
A Commonplace Book. 

677 4to chart., circ. 1600. 
Questions in Divinity discussed. 

678 8vo membr., s. xv. 

Thomas a Kempis : Musica Ecclesiastica (i.e. Imi- 

tatio Christi) in English. 

(Edited for the Early English Text Society by Dr. J. K. 
Ingram, 1893.) 

679 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Stephenson (Tho.). Summarium Quaestionum, etc., 
de quibus D. Thomas disputat, etc. 

680 4to chart., 1686. 

Beresford (Hen.). Collectiones Logicae et Ethicae. 

681 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Beresford (John). Collections on Points in Divinity. 

682 4to chart., circ. 1700. 
Collections on matters of Law. 

683 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Thoughts on Sundry Subjects, collected by C. 
Williamson. 

684 4to chart., circ. 1600. 

Norton (Tho.) (fl. 1477). Ordinal of Alchymy in 
Rhyme. 

685 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Theologica Polemica ex Bellarmino, Usserio, etc. 

686 4to chart., s. xvii. 
Notes on Classical and other Authors. 

687 s. xvii. 

Sermons (5 vols.). 

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688 4to chart., s. xvii. 
Commentary on Hosea, ch. ix.— xiii. 

689 i2mo membr., s. xiv. 
Poema de Aetatibus Mundi. 

690 i2mo chart., s. xvii. 

English Poems, with College 'Tripods,' Sermons, etc. 

691 i6mo chart., s. xvii. 

Excerpta ex Burgersdicio, Eustachio et Alphonso 
Toletano, a Fran. Parker, 1644. 

692 i6mo chart., s. xvii. 

Wallace (Jas.). The Christian's Delight. 

693 i6mo chart., s. xvii. 
Annotationes ex Magiro et Aristotele. 

694 4to chart., s. xvii. 
Meditationes. 

695 izmo chart., s. xvi. 

Kello (Sam.). Balme for the Wounded Soul. 

696 fol. maj. chart., s. xvii. 

Bibliotheca Theologiae ex variis Autoribus, per R. H. 

697 fol. chart., circ. 1700. 
A Body of Antient History. 

698 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The Title of Lady Anne Clifford to the Barony of 
Clifford, Westmoreland, and Vesey. 

699 fol. chart., 1580. 

Transcripts from the Red Book of the Exchequer 
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700 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Collections out of diverse authors concerning matters 
eccles. and civil (3 vols.). 

701 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Commonplace Book from Greek and Latin Authors. 

702 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Commentaria in Virgilii Opera, ex Donato, Servio 
aliisque. 

703 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Commonplace book for the Law (2 vols.). 

704 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Treatise of the King's Courts of Exchequer, Chancery, 

Star Chamber. 
Cases and Reports regnis Hen. VIII., Phil, et Mar., 

etc. 
Remonstrance of the House of Commons to King 

James I. 

705 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Reports of Cases adjudged in first seven years of 
James I. 

706 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Sir Francis Walsingham, Ambassador to France, 
1570 to 1573. State Letters to and from him. 

707 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Avery (Joseph), Ambassador to Denmark. His 
Letters and Despatches, 1631 to 1641. 2 vols. 
(See No. 543.) 

708 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Correspondence of Sir Thomas Roe, Ambassador to 

the Ottoman Porte, 1 621—1628. 2 vols. 



ii8 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

709 fol. chart,, s. xvii. 

Hull (Wm.). Sermons at Ashbourne, in 7 vols. 

710 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

A Commonplace Book. 

711 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Richardson (Alex.). 'Ey/cu/cXoTraiSeta (praecipue de 
Arte Dialectica). 

712 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Collectiones Historicae et Theologicae. 

713 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Boyle (Roger). Commonplace book. 

714 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Bridgeman (Hen.). Collectiones de Natura varr. 
Animalium, etc. 

715 4to chart., s. xvii. 
Mahon (Arthur). On the Apocalypse. 

716 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Bp. Nicolson's Commonplace Book. 

717 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Cotton (Sir Rob.). Of the Offices of Earl Marshal, 
Lord Steward, and Lord High Constable. 

Discourses on Duelling, by Sir R. Cotton, Sir Edw. 
Coke, Fran. Tute, Thos. Thynne. 

Statutes, etc., to be holden in the host . . . Ordained 
... at Duresme, 7 June, 7 Ric. II. 

Selden (John). Privileges of the Baronage of Eng- 
land in Parliament, and his Treatise on the 
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718 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Cases adjudged in the Court of King's Bench and in 
the Exchequer in several years of Jas. I. and 
Chas. I. (3 vols.). 

719 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Readings of Sir Hen. Yelverton and others on various 
statutes. 

720 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Sir Fran. Moore, his Readings and Reports. 

721 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Trials and Censures in the Star-Chamber. 

Viz. : — Against the Bp. of Lincoln ; Bonham Norton ; 
the Silk Dyers ; Prynne ; Dr. Alex. Leighton ; the Earl of 
Bedford. 

Two Treatises of the Star-Chamber. 

722 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Commission of Chas. I. for erecting the Court of 
Star-Chamber in Dublin. 

723 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Lord Coke's Speech in the Temple Hall, 16 14. 

Sir Rob. Cotton : Speech in Parliament, 1625. 

Idem : How the kings of England have supported 
their estates. 

Idem : On the question of Precedency between Eng- 
land and Spain. 

How Heretiques ought to be proceeded against by 
the laws now in force. 

Of the Office of Composition for Alienations, by Lord 
Verulam. 

Of the Courts of Parliament and other Courts. 

Hampden's case of Ship Money argued. 



CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



724 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Arguments of the Judges about Ship Money, 1637 
and 1638. 

725 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Papers on Ship Money, etc. 

Oliver St. John's argument. The King's Letter. Argu- 
ments of the Judges. The trial of Ths. Harrison, clerk, for 
insulting Sir Rich. Hutton, one of the Justices in the 
Common Pleas. 

726 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Notes and Precedents concerning Wrecks and Inun- 
dations, by Mr. Byrde. 

The King's Property in Sea Lands and the Salt 
Shores. 

727 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Political Tracts ; chiefly Speeches in Parliament 
(England), temp. Car. I. 

728 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings of a Parliamentary Committee concern- 
ing delay in the Law, etc., presented 1652. 

729 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

James L, his Declaration on the Unlawfulness of 
Duels, with the Answers of the Lords, 16 16. 

Edward Dudley : The Tree of Commonwealth. 

Lord Mountjoy's defence of his marriage with Lady 
Rich. 

Trial of Sir John Perrot, 1591. 

Answers of the Lords to the information of Sir Rob. 
Heath, Attorney-General, concerning the Pro- 
j'ects 5 Chas. L 

Prynne's Reasons proving the illegality of the cen- 
sures on him, etc. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 121 

730 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

A Conference held by the King's appointment touch- 
ing Prohibitions, 161 1. 

731 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Howard (Hen.), Earl of Northampton. Answer to an 

invective against the Regiment of Women. 
Cavendish (Geo.). Memoirs of Cardinal Wolsey. 
Staunton (Sir Rob.). Fragmenta Regalia. 
The Trial of Lord Castlehaven, 1631. 
Eglisham (Geo.). The Forerunner of Revenge upon 

the Duke of Buckingham, with other papers 

relating to the Duke. 
Propositions delivered to his Majesty by the Earl of 

Strafford. 

732 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Instructions of Cardinal Semonetta to Don Pedro 

Cairton when he went to serve the Prince of 

Parma. 
Dr. Middletwaite's opinion about bowing to the Holy 

Table or Altar. 
Sir Phil. Sidney's Letter to Q. Elizabeth touching 

her marriage with Monsieur. 
Discourse of the maintenance, etc., of a convenient 

number of Englishmen for the defence of Eng- 
land. 
Sir W. Raleigh's Discourse of War. 
The Same, Of the Life of Mahomet, the Conquest of 

Spain, the rise and ruin of the Saracen Empire. 
Fran. Tate. Of the Antiquities, Use, etc., of Cities, 

Boroughs, and Towns. 
Relation of the Court of Rome, of the Officers 

thereof, etc. 
The Sickness and Death of Prince Henry, son of 

James L, 161 2. 
A Week's Observations in Normandy. 
Sir John Davys. On the Question of Impositions. 



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733 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Spelman (Sir H.). De Sepultura. 

Hughes (Wm.). The Parson's Law. 

Whitlock (Jas.). Lectures: de facultatibus Bene- 

ficiorum. 
Proceedings in Council, in 1616, concerning the 

King's Power to grant Commendams ; with a 

case argued, 18 Jac. L 

734 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

A Breviate concerning the Queen's Courts of Record 

in London and Westminster, written in 1588. 
Discourse of Corporations. 
Doddridge (Sir John). On particular Estates. 
Serj. Fleetwood. On the Original of Courts. 
Relation of the manner of proceeding with Sir Thos. 

Mounson on the pleading of his pardon, 1616. 
Whether any Nation may challenge that they only 

may sail and traffic in the Ocean and Sea or in 

any parts thereof. 
Selden (John). England's Epinomis. 
A late Enquiry after exacted Fees and innovated 

Offices, 1623. 
Letter from the Great Mogul to the King of Great 

Britain. 
Sir R. Bingham's Letter of his March in Connaught. 
Letter from the Council to the Justices in the Co. of 

Southampton, 1579. 
Tho. Killigrew's Letter concerning the possessed 

Nuns, 1635. 
Lord Chanc. Bacon's Advice to Sir Edw. Coke, with 

other papers, letters, and essays by him. 
Letters from Q. Elizabeth to the King of Scots. 

(Concerning the increase of his Pension, and dissuading i 
him from receiving an Ambassador from Spain.) 

Life of Sir Tho. Bodley by himself. 



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Letter from the Council to King James I. in 1608. 
Concerning means to advance his revenue. 

Letter from the Emperor's Confessor to another 

Jesuit in 1628. 
Several State Letters in the reigns of Elizabeth and 

Jas. L 

735 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Various Precedents, etc., for the Ecclesiastical Courts, 
chiefly used in Ireland. 

736 4to chart., s. rvii. 

Papers relating to the grant of Barbadoes and 
the Caribbee Islands from Chas. I. to the Earl 
of Carlisle. 

(With a description of the Islands of Barbadoes.) 
The Charter of the Company of the Massachusetts. 

737 4to membr., s. ix. 
Abdias de Vitis Apostolorum. 

738 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Commentary on the Bible, Genesis to Ruth. 

(Interleaved with printed Latin text. Col. Agripp. 1609.) 

739 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
Joh. Nider. Praeceptorium. 

740 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
Bonaventura. De Veritate Theologica. 

741 fol. membr., s. xiv. 
Bermones in Epist. Dominicales. 

(Ex variis auctoribus collegit Th. Herold.) 



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742 fol. chart., s. xv. 

Innocentius III. De Missarum Solempniis. 
Pauli Veneti Summula. 

743 4to min. partim membr., s. xvii. 
Account of Ireland temp. Jac. I. (with maps). 

744 fol. chart., circ. 1700. 

Copies of the books appended to the Report of the 
Parliamentary Commission on Forfeitures, 1699. 

745 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Letters of Queen Elizabeth on public affairs relating 
to Ireland addressed to the Lord Deputy, Sir 
Hen. Sidney, from Jan. 7, 1565, to June 30, 
1570. 

Each letter has her sign manual. 

746 fol. chart., s. xviii. ■ 

Correspondence of Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord 
Deputy, with the Government of England, from 
ist May, 1612, to 21st Dec, 1614. 

747 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Papers relating to the Plantation of Ulster and the 
Rebellion of 1641, including: 

Insignitae retrogradationes Ultoniae sive compensationes 
Plebeiae, and 

The History of the late Warr in Ireland, the first book; 
with other papers. 

748 fol. chart. 

Constitutions of the Exchequer and State of the 
Revenue in Ireland circ. 1693. 

749 fol. chart. 

Correspondence of George Clarke, Secretary at War, 
1 690- 1 694 (13 vols.). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 125 

750 fol. chart. 

Correspondence of Wm. King, Archbishop of Dublin, 
from 1696 to 1727 (14 vols.). 

751 fol. chart. 

Archbishop King's Accounts, 1692— 1711 and 1715— 
1723 (3 vols.). 

752 fol. chart. 

Archbishop King's Accounts, 172 1—2, with petitions 
and letters addressed to him as Lord Justice. 

753 

Accounts of H. M. Treasury (Dublin), 1703-1705. 

754 
Accounts of H. M. Treasury (Dublin), 17 14— 17 19. 
^ 2 vols, (originals). 

I ^'^ 

Customs and Excise Accounts (originals), 17 14— 17 18. 

756 

An Establishment, or a List of Payments to be made 
for Civil and Military affairs in Ireland. Anne R. 

757 fol. chart- 
Lists of Graduates, Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

758 4to min. chart. 
Registers of the Medical School, T.C.D. 

759 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Copy of Matriculation Register, T.C.D. 

760 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Statuta Collegii SS. Trin. Dublin, a Praeposito 

Guil. Bedell Sociisque Senioribus Sancita. 

Accedunt : Statutum Gul. Chappelli, Praepos. 
Order of Council of Feb., 1636, against receiving youths 
of the College into taverns. 



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761-763 4to et fol., v. a. 

Chartae et Statuta Collegii SS. Trin. Dublin. 

764 4to chart., circ. 1700. 
Statuta Acad. Cantabrigiensis. 

765 4to chart., 1665. 

Statutes of Queen's Coll. Cambr. 

With list of Benefactors and of Fellows and Students, 
* qui olim exierint [inde] ad obeunda munera reipublicae ' ; 
also of Fellows elected to 1680, 'transcribed from Dr. 
Dillingham's booke, by Sam. Croboro ; with Dr. John 
Davenant's ' Series fundationis istus Collegii, etc' ; contains 
also a note on a fatal accident in the Chapel, 10 May, 1673, 
with reff. to authorities as to reconciliation ; a resolution 
about payments by inceptors, 1669; and account of expenses 
for acting comedies of Plautus. 

766 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Acta S. Concilii Tridentini. 

(By F. Ninguarda de Morbinio, Proctor for the Abp. of 
Salzburg, and J. B. Fidler, Secretary to the same.) 

767 fol. chart., 1622. 

Declarationes Cardinalium S. Concilii Trident, inter- 

pretum quibus loca obscuriora concilii expli- 

cantur. 

Compilatae a loanne k Chokier, Canon, et Vic. Gen. 
Leodien. 

768 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Recueil des lettres, etc., sur la reception et execution 
du S. Concile de Trente dans les Pays-Bas. 

769 4to min. chart. 

1. Canones et decreta Concilii Tridentini (printed, 

Antw. 1565). 

2. Observationes Concilii Flandriae, praemissis Uteris 

Margueritae ducissae Parmae. 

770 4to min. chart. 

1. Canones Cone. Trident, (printed ut supra). 

2. Observationes Concilii Brabantiae. 



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771 i6mo chart., s. xviii. 

Catalogus librorum ad S. Concilii Trident, historiam 
spectantium. 

772 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Ussher (Christopher). Short Historical Memoirs of 

Ireland. 
Arms of Families and Colleges in England, with 

some Irish Families. 

773-794 
Ussher (James). Opera et Collectanea. 

773 to 794 consist almost wholly of collections, extracts, 
and treatises by Primate James Ussher. As Ussher's com- 
plete works have been published from these MSS., it is 
unnecessary to catalogue them separately, therefore only the 
other contents are specified. 

773 

A Body of Divinity, in a dialogue between Timothy 
and Eusebius. 

774 

I Hooker (Rich.). Causes of the Continuance of Con- 
tentions concerning Church Government. 

775 

De doctrinis eorum qui pro haereticis damnati fuerunt 
in Anglia, ex Registris Ep. Norw. 1428, etc., et 
Ep. Lond. 1 508. Sermon by W. Taylour (who was 
burned, 1422). 

776-778 

Pevereux (Phil.). Gymnasiarchae Dunensis, De 
Coelibatu Sacerdotum et de Monachis. 
Liber Job, Latine ex Graeco Origenis per Hieronymum 
(prepared for the press by Ussher). 

I 779 

Anastasii (Apostolicae Bibliothecae Custodis). De 
Vitis Roman. Pontificum. 

(Printed: Mogunt. 1602, with MS. notes by Ussher.) 



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780 

Canones Anglo-Saxonum. 

781 
S. Ignatii Epistolae Latine. 

(Copied from a MS. in Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambr., 
and collated with another ms. by Ussher.) 

782-785 
Tractatus Anonymi de Disciplina Ecclesiae. 
Isocratis Oratio contra Lochitem, Graece et Latine. 

786 

De rebus Hibernicis ex Necrologio Fratrum MInorum 
Galweiae, et Missali Douthensis Ecclesiae. 

De Vita S. Cataldi. 

Animadversions on Ussher's account of the first 
planting of Christianity in Ireland (anon.). 

News from the Holy Isle ; a Poem on the manners of 
the Irish (a.d. 1607). 

Historia Sueini regis Danorum etc., ex MS. vetus- 
tissimo. 

Florence M'Cartye. Epistle concerning the An- 
tiquities of the Irish Nation. 

Finglas (Peter). Breviat of the getting of Ireland. 

787 
Hugh Broughton touching the Hebrew tongue and 
other papers. Also * Sundry workes, defending 
the certayntie of the holy Chronicle.' After the 
dedication, * Textes of Scripture chayning the 
holy Chronicle.' Printed: London, 1591 (im- 
perfect). 

788, 789 

Accounts of Jas. Ussher, Chancellor of St. Patrick's, 
for the year of his Proctorship ending Mid- 
summer, 1607. 

Genealogies of Gerard, Lacy, Strongbow, Ussher. 



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790 
Catalogue of books bought by Jas. Ussher in 1606. 
Ex Archivis Regiis et aliunde de Cancellaria S. Patr. 

Dubl. _ 
Catalogus Eporum Leighlin: Daren: Miden: Armach: 

Cassel. 

791-793 
Ussher' s Epistolarum Veterum Hibern. Sylloge. 

794 

Usserii Catalogus Librorum Suorum. 

Joh. Bainbridge, Oratio de Ptolemaei Hypothesibus. 

Joh. Williams, Archiep. Eborac. Epistola ad Desid. 

Heraldum 19 Apr. 1644. 
Jos. Scaligeri Epist. ad Hen. Savile. 

795 

Usserii Bibliotheca Theologica (5 vols.). 

(Copied from the MS. in the Bodleian Library.) 

796 fol. membr., 1688. 

An Establishment or List containing all the Pay- 
ments to be made for Civil and Militar}'' Affairs, 
with Pensions, in Ireland, for one year beginning 
the istof Jan. 1687—8. 

The original book, signed by the King and Council in 
England. 

797 fol. chart., 1674. 
Genealogiae et Stemmata. 

Viz. : Principum, Comitum et Magnatum Angliae ; Re- 
gum Scotiae et Lageniae in Hibemia ; Comitum Hollandiae, 
Brabantiae, «&:c., per Rob. Cooke, Clarencieux Regem 
Armorum, A.D. 1574. 

798 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

An account of such Lands as Lady Eliz. Russell did 
both by Will and Deed give away from Lord 
Russell her son. 

£t : Stemmata Genealogica quarundam Familianim. 
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799 fol. chart., s. xv. 

1. Index Inquisitionum Escaetarum terrarum in An- 

glia, ab Hen. III. ad 38 Hen. VII. 

2. Nomina Custodum Angliae sub Edw. primo. 

3. Stilus diversorum Regum Angliae. 

800 fol. chart., 1686. 

Arguments used in a course of Pleadings for and 
against disfranchising y® City of London in 1682. 

801 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

1. The Cause of the Wast of Bullion of England, 

with the meanes to remedie the same (temp, 
Jac. I.). 

2. Discourse of the Queen's Marriage; reported by 

S'". Tho. Smyth to his Neighbour Fran. Wyat 
Gent: loth April, 1567. 

3. A List of the Nobility of England. 

4. The number of the Churches in the several Coun- 

ties, with a Valuation of y^ Bishopricks and 
Deanerys in England. 

5. Excerpta e Libro Ecclesise Cathedralis Wigor- 

niensis. 

6. Historia Frisiorum et Comitum Hollandise. 

Videtur esse Vorperi Thaboritse. 

7. Libellus de Veterranis, quos modo Haraldos ap- 

pellamus. 

A. Baddisworth a.d. 1458. 

8. Liber Secundus Nicolai Upton, de regulis et signis 

in Armis. 

9. Armorum Tractatulus. 

802 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Papers relating to State Affairs chiefly under Elizabeth 

and Jas. I. 

I. Sydney (S'. Phil.) his Letter to Q. Elizabeth touching 
her marriage with Monsieur. 



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2. His letter to his Brother touching y* direction of his 

Travaile. 

3. The speech of Dr. Wm. Parry at his execution in 
1584. 

4. Q. Eliz. : her letter to S'. Amyas Pawlett, Guardian of 
Mary Q. of Scotts, Prisoner in Fotheringay Castle. 

5. A letter from y* Justice Clearke of Scotland to S'. 
Arch. Douglas y* Scotch Ambassador in England concerning 
K. Jam. I St. 

6. A Discourse of y* trayterous attempts of y« Earls of 
Northumberland and Westmoreland, etc., in 1589. 

7. The Hermit's oration to Q. Elizabeth at Theobalds, 
penned by Sir R. Cecil in 1594. 

8. Secretary Davison's Letter to y* E. of Essex in y* same 
reign. 

9. Rich. Martin's speech in the name of the Sheriflfs 
delivered to K. James ist at his approach to London. 

10. S'. Cha. Cornewallis, his Relation of the Proceedings 
about a marriage between the Prince of England and y* 
Infanta of Spain. 

1 1 . The manner of y* sickness and death of Prince Henry 
in 1612. 

12. Ordinances for y" Court of Star-Chamber, and y* Fees 
appointed 3rd May, 1598. 

13. S'. Edw. Coke, his Treatise of Baile and Mainprise. 

14. Resolutions of y' Judges concerning Popish Recu- 
sants, adjudged in Trinity Term 2 Car. I., 1626. 

15. S'. Rob. Cotton, his considerations for repressing y' 
increase of Priests, etc., without drawing Blood. 

16. His account of the danger of the Kingdom and its 
Remedy. 

17. Advertisements of a Loyal Subject to his Sovereign, 
drawn from observations of the Peoples Speeches. 

18. K. James, his Letter to Secretary Calvert, dated 

16 Dec, 1621. 

iq. His Letter to y* Speaker of y* H. of Commons, 

17 Dec, 1621. 

20. A Reconciliation made betweene the Kinge and his 
subjectes touching the demande of his Right in olde Debts 
and Landes, etc. 

803 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

A Conference touching Prohibitions on 22, May, 161 1. 
Answer to the chief points touching ' the Modus 

Decimandi,' etc. 
A Treatise of Wills and Executors. 

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804 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea de Rebus Hibernicis. 

1. Nomina Archidiaconorum & Decanorum in Hibernid, 
temporibus pristinis, sparsim. 

2. Genealogia Familiae de M'Genis, Vicecomitis Iveagh. 

3. Pedigree of many noble Irish Families. 

4. The names of y* Kings and Saints of Ireland, of Irish 
descent, in Irish and English. 

5. Nomina Insigniorum quae occurrunt in Recordis 
Turris de Bermingham in Castello Dub. 

6. The names of y° Irish Gentlemen who went upon y* 
Scottish Expedition in y' 7th Edw. 2d. 

7. The extent of y* Counties of Meath, Dublin, and 
Louth, taken from y* collections of Christopher Cusack of 
Gerardstown. 

8. The General Hosting appointed to meet at y* Hill of 
Tarah on 24th Sep., 1593. 

g. Compotus de exitibus quorundam Episcopatuum in 
manu Regis existentibus tempore Edw. i', 2', 3". 

10. Reditus Episcopales Clonfert a.d. 1407. 

11. Reditus et Procurationes Epi Duacen: a.d. 1500. 

12. The case of St. Mary's Abbey and diverse other lands 
in Ireland, granted by y^ late King James ist to John 
Wakeman. 

13. Letters patent of K. Cha. 1. granting y* Abbey of 
Tinterne to Adam Colclough. 

14. Regestum Caenobii Omnium Sanctorum juxta Dub. 
ab ipso Autographo penes Dudl. Loftus (exstat autem 
Archetypus in hac Bibliotheca). 

15. Excerpta ex Annalibus Dungallensibus. 

16. Annales Monasterii B. Mariae Virginis Dub. 

17. Annales Domus Fratrum de Multifernam, fort^ Domus 
de Strada in Com. Mayo. 

Annales Prioratus Omnium SS. in Loghree in Com. 
Longford (1004-1441) script, per August. Magraigh Canoni- 
cum. 

Annales Inisfallenses (430-1173). 

Excerpta ex Annal. Coenobii Inisfaithlens. apud Kerri- 
enses (i 173-1320). 

Ex Annalibus Lageniens. (i 172-1 178). 

Ex Annalibus Ferbisii (1445-1468). 

Annales Anonymi (1136--1252). 



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805 5" X 3" chart., s. xvii. 

Collections relating to Ireland by Dr. Winter, Provost 
of Trin. Coll. Dubl. 

1. The Livings of y* Diocess of Meath, with their 
Patrons' names. 

2. Privileges and Lands granted to Dublin Coll. by K. 
Jam. I. 

3. The Lord Protector's Articles to which he was sworn. 

4. A Register of Winter's Marriages and Christenings by 
him solemnised. 

5. His acct. of the College rents in y* Usurper's times. 



806 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea. 

1. The scope and substance of the Declaration for settling 
Ireland in 1660. With papers on the Plantation of Ulster. 

2. The picture of an Irish Papist, drawn from y' Preface 
of a Libelling letter, retorted by S. H. with y* libel annexed. 

3. An answer of a seditious and most slanderous Book, 
intituled, The Discovery of a Gaping Gulf (temp. Eliz.). 

4. A copy of y* Book called Domesday, otherwise called, 
the Legier of y' House of Stratford Lanthorn. 

5. Tituli Cartarum et Munimentorum Domus de Whalleye, 
quondam de Stanlawe, cum cartis quibusdam. 

6. Foedus initum inter Carolum IX. Regem Francorum et 
Elizabetham Reginam. 

7. Examinations about y* gold and Gold Crown found by 
Farrel M'Morris at Balleymorrish in y* King's County in 
1670. ' 

8. Articles for the surrender of Chester, in 1645. 

9. The case of Irish Weights and Measures, especially y« 
Gallon. 

10. A comission in y* ist Cha. I. for examining publick 
Accts. 

11. Instructions to y* Comissioners of y* regal Visitation 
in 1615. 

12. A Rent roll of Lands, with an Abstract of some 
Leases of y* Abp. Dub. and y* Dean and Chapter of Christ 
Church. 

1 3. A Report from y* Comittee concerning y* Desires given 
in by y* Comissioners of y* Church of Ireland in 1648. 

14. A Letter from y' Pari*, of Scotland to y* Presbytery of 
Ireland. 



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15. The King's Answer to y* Assembly of y* Kirk at 
Striveling in 1583. 

16. The Kirk of Scotlands Declaration for assisting y* 
Pari', of Engl"* in 1643. 

17. The Gag for y* new Gospellers. 

18. The antient manner of rigging y* K. of Denmark's 
fleet. 

ig. A Supply or Addition to y' year 1618 of Bp. Godwin's 
Catalogue of English Bishops — and first of Dr. Parker. 

20. A Discourse of y* first beginning and continuance of 
y* Traffick of y* Subjects of the Realm of England with 
foreign Nations. 

21. Instructions to y^Comissioners for trying y* Mutineers 
at Guisnes in y* reign of K. Hen. 8. 

22. Instructions for Sir John Digby, Ambassador in 
Spain. 

23. S' Rob. Cottons Remonstrance of y' treaties of Amity 
and Marriage between y* House of Austria and England. 

24. Scott's Vox Populi, or News from Spain. 

25. A Journal of Lord Russell's March from Calais to y* 
D. of Norfolk's camp in France. 

26. Papers relating to the charges against the Duke of 
Somerset, Duke of Norfolk (1572), Earl of Essex, Duke of 
Buckingham (1626), Earl of Bristol. 

27. The State of y* Kingdom, in a letter from y* Author, 
to his noble Friends in y^ Lower House of Pari*. 

28. Sir Rob. Cotton. The Danger wherein y* K. now 
standeth, and y" Remedye. 

2g. Matters treated of by y* Emperor's Ambassador at 
Mulhousen. 

30. The speech of y* Comissioner for Religion at St. 
Germayne in 1625. 

31. The Voyage of y* E. of Essex to Cales. 

32. An Act of y* Council in 1629 about Ambassadors 
Mass houses. 

33. An Ace*, of y* Battle of Lutzen. 

34. The Emperor's Proposal to y' Town of Lubeck, 
8th Nov. 1627. 

35. An ace*, of some passages at the Isle of Rhee. 

36. The Kings Proclamation in 1626 to prohibit y* pub- 
lishing a Remonstrance of y* late dissolved H. of Cofnons. 

37. Gabr. Browne's Letter from Lond. 20 May, 1626, to a 
Priest in Spain. 

38. Cap*. Coldwell's Letter to S'. Ab. Williams from y* 
Bosch, 16 Jul. 1629. 

39. The siege of Bois-le-duc by the P. of Orange in 1629. 

40. The King's speeches, with addresses and various 
speeches both of Lords and Cofnons in y* latter end of y* 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 135 



reign of K. Jam. I. and in y* reign of K. Cha. ist to 
1640. 

41. Poems on various occasions, beginning with y* 
Prophecy of Rabbi Urias Aymad, written in Syriak in 201. 

42. Names of soldiers slain at Namptwich. 

807 fol. chart., c. 1600. 

Miscellaneous affairs of England and Ireland, viz. 

1. The Information of Sir Rob. Heath Attorney General 
against S'. J°. Elliott, Denzill Hollis, and others, comitted 
to y* Tower in 1629, with their several Pleas and Demurrers. 

2. Pleadings in y* case of y' comittal of S'. J°. Heningham, 
S'. Walt. Earle, S'. Ed". Hampden and S'. J". Corbett in 
1627. 

3. Serjeant Dodridge's Arg*. concerning y* Dutchy of 
Cornwall on y* part of y* Prince in y* Grand Case between 
y* King and Serj'. Heale. 

4. The speech of Lord Cooke at installing 1 1 Serjeants 
in y* Temple Hall 16 14. 

5. A Treatise of the several courts following, namely, 
The Court of Convocation, y* High Comission and several 
other Courts. 

6. Notes on cases determined relating to the Priory of 
Canwell, Staffs. Also as to privileges of Dean and Chapter 
of St. Paul's. 

7. Gerson Wilford, his model for abridging y* King's 
Accompts. 

8. Of the Lord Treasurer's Office. 

9. Of the King's levying mony by his Prerogative. 

10. Francis Lord Verulam, of the lately erected service, 
called the Office of Compositions for Alienations. 

11. Arms of English Families blazoned. 

12. English names that came into Ireland with y* Con- 
quest, with y« names of y* Inhabitants of several Provinces 
of Ireland. 

13. Tho. Benold, Clarencieux K. at Arms, his Visitation 
Books in 1531. Of the Hundred Court (copy by Barthol. 
Butler). 

14. S^ Rob. Cotton of y* Question of precedency between 
England and Spain. 

15. Grant of Arms to Abp. Adam Loftus. 

16. The Decree of the Comissioners for y* Earl Marshal's 
Office ag'. y* King at Arms for publishing a false Pedigree 
of y«E. of Kent. 

17. Of y* Visitatorial power and other oflSces of y* King 
at Arms. 



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1 8. The Form of y' Comencement in Dublin, when y* E. 
of Ossory was admitted Dr. of Laws. 

J 9. The Coats of Arms of many Irish Families (from 
churches in Athboy, Trim, etc.). The winning of the 
Lordship of Glanmorgan and Morganoke. Epitaph of 
Thos. 2nd Duke of Norfolk from St. Mary's Abbey, 
Thetford. 

20. A collection of various Things relating to Heraldry, 
with y' Armour bearing and Pedigrees of many noble 
Families. 

21. Various matters relating to y* noble Families of 
Thomond, Desmond, Ormond, Kildare and others, 

22. Diary of Sir Thos. Jynnes entertainment in France as 
proxy for Hen. VHI. in 1546. 

23. The Cryes used by divers Irish Families. 

24. John Vowell alias Hooker, his Heraldry Collections 
and observations written in 1575. 



808 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Collections relating to the King's revenue, the Plan- 
tation of Counties, and other matters in Ireland, 
viz. 

1. Ordinatio Edw. 3 Regis de Custumis Solvendis Regi. 

2. A Schedule of the Plantations in the King's and 
Queen's Counties, giving an Ace*, of the Planters names, 
the Quantities of Lands, and y^ several services reserved in 
the Grants. 

3. An Abstract of the King's ordinary charge for y* 
Forces in Ireland from 1603 to 1622. 

4. Reasons for reducing his Majesty's present charge in 
Ireland, written in 1622. 

5. A Comission for taxing y* ABprick and Diocese of 
Armagh by K. James I. 

6. His orders and directions concerning y' State of the 
Church of Ireland, and ye Possessions thereof, Freeschools 
and other Endowments, and Lands for Charitables Uses, 
&c. 

7. An Abstract of y* state of y* Church of Ireland, before 
it was formed into y* before mentioned orders and direc- 
tions ; corrected and revised by Tho. Crewe. 

8. Reasons why his Majesty's Service is much abused in 
Ireland. 

9. Receipts and Issues between Xmas 161 6 and y' An- 
nunciation 1 61 7. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 137 



10. The Military Establishment with y' entertainment 
and wages by y* Day, Month and year, to comence Ap. i, 
1618. 

11. The Civil Lists, for Easter 1618. Ditto 1623, 1629. 
Civil and Military Lists, 1666, 1669. _ 

12. K. James's private Instructions to ye comissioners by 
him appointed for settling some affairs of this Kingdom in 
1 62 1. (The original.) 

13. The Report of the Comissioners appointed by K. 
Jam. ist to enquire into y' state of y* Revenue, with their 
methods for further improving the same. 

14. The Fiat for granting a Comission from K. Cha. I. to 
y* Lord Aungier to be Lord Steward of Irel**. for the Tryal 
of Lord Dunboyne. 

15. Placita coram Baronibus de Scaccario apud Westm. 
12° Edw. 4 de querela Debiti inter Joh. Ryver and Rob. 
Cosyn, qui se defendit sub imunitate Parliamentaria. 

r6. The Writs and Precepts used for y* Trj'al of y* Earl of 
Clanbrazill indicted for a Rape in 1668. 

17. K. Cha. L his comission for remedying Defective 
Titles. 

18. The Proceedings and Sentence on the General Court 
Martial against Lord Mountnorris on 12"' Dec. 1635. 

19. The Demurrer of Lord Falkland late Lord Deputy 'of 
Ireland to y" information of S'. Rob. Heath Attorney 
General. 

20. The grievances contained in y* Remonstrances of y* 
Lords and coinons of Ireland with y' Remedies propounded 
in 1640. 

With the Answer of y" King and Council to y* grievances 
aforesaid, in April and May 1641. 

And the Reply of y* Comittees of y' Lords and CoiiTons. 

21. Arrears of y* Officers and others upon y* Military List 
for y' new Army in Irel**. from June 1640 to May 1641. 

22. The Humble desires of y' Comissioners of y* General 
Convention of Ireland delivered to y* King in 1660. 

23. Instructions to the same purpose for y* Irish Agents 
S'. W". Bury, Coll : Rich"*. Lawrence and D'. Hen. Jones. 

24. The state of y« accompts for Custom and Excise from 
May i", 1658 to June 24, 1660. 

25. The comissioners answers to the objections made by 
y* Irish Papists to y* Bill for y' Settlement of Ireland. 

26. ArthurEarl of Anglesey, Vice-Treasurer, His accompts, 
from 1660 to 1666. 

27. The D. of Ormond and Councils Instructions for 
assessing and ordering y' subsidies granted by Act of Pari'. 
in 1662. 



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28. An Establishment of y* Household expences at Court 
from I Jan. 1662 to i Jan. 1663. 

29. The Importation and Exportation of y* several Ports 
of Irel^. for one year from 25*'' Dec. 1663. 

30. The Customs and Excise of Irel*. for y* years 1565, 
1566. 

31. Annotations on y* Auditors Estimate of y* Revenue 
for 1667 and on y" Vice-Treasurers Receipts for y' last seven 
years. 

32. A Report concerning y* Import Excise in 1666 and 
1667. 

33. A Report of y* Comissioners appointed to examine y* 
accompts, from 24 June 1660 to i"* July 1668. 

34. The New Farmers demands of Defalcations for 1669. 

35. An Estimate of y* Pole Money arising out of y* 
several Counties of Ireland. 

36. Orders made by y* Lord Lieu*, and Council for better 
regulating y' Corporation of y* City of Dub. and electing 
Magistrates and other Officers, in 1671. 

809 to 841 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The Originals or Authentick copies of the Examin- 
ations taken by virtue of Comissions issued under 
y^ Great Seal, for inquiring into y^ Losses chiefly 
of y^ British Subjects, y^ cruelties, etc., comitted 
by y^ Irish and English Rebells, with y^ Publick 
Dispatches, Private Letters, etc., and many other 
Papers concerning y® affairs of this Nation during 
y*' Progress of y^ Rebellion in 1641, to y® Settle- 
ment of this Kingdom by y^ Restoration of the 
King and Constitution in 1660. Arranged ac- 
cording to Counties in "^Z volumes. 

Vol. 32 contains in particular the original relation of the 
treacherous design of the Irish by Owen O'Connelly. 

Rob. Bysse, his ace*, of the beginning of the Rebellion. 

The Repi-esentation of the despoiled and distressed ladies 
of Ireland to the H. of Commons in England. 

The Petition of Hen. Jones and other despoiled Ministers. 

Letters from the Lords of the Pale to the Lords Justices. 

Proceedings of the Commons for relieving the Poor in 
Ireland, Aug. 1642. 

The Roman Catholic Petition to the King. 



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Account of the taking of Limerick and of the Battle at 
Liscarroll (1642). 

Proceedings of the Supreme Council of Confederated 
Catholics in 1643, ^646, 1647- 

Articles concluded upon between the Earl of Glanmorgan 
and the Confederated Catholics in 1645. 



842 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Collections relating to Ireland, viz. : 

1. Maurice Regan, Interpreter to Dermod M'Morrogh, 
King of Leinster, his History of y' first Arrival of y* English 
in Ireland. 

2. The Voyage of S'. Rich**. Edgcombe into Ireland in 
1488. 

3. Finglas (Pat.). Breviate of the getting of Irel''. and 
decay of y* same. 

(The preceding articles have been printed from this MS. 
in Harris' Hibernica.) 

4. An Abstract of y* Book, intituled Pandarus sive Salus 
Populi. 

5. Statuta Provinciae Cassiliensis in Synodo habiti apud 
Limeric. a.d. 1453. 

6. A Letter from Lord Chanc. Cusacke to y* D. of 
Northumberland concerning Irel**., dated 8 May, 1552. 

7. A Letter from John Long, Abp. of Armagh, touching 
Irel''. in 1588. 

8. Declaratio Dominii Regis Angliae inWalliam, Aquitan. 
& Norman., in Hiberniam & Scotiam. 

9. Exploits of y* citizens of Waterford, with copies of 
some Royal Grants made to them [extracted from a MS. at 
Lambeth], 

10. Memoirs of J°. Bale, Bp. of Ossory, extracted omt of 
his own Book called the Vocation of John Bale to y* 
Bprick of Ossory. 

1 1. An Ace', of the Battle of Clontarf. 

12. S'. J°. Davys to Rob'. E. of Salisbury concerning 
Corbes and Herenachs, &c. 

13. Roth (Rob'.). History of y' Ormond Family to 1616. 

14. Ordinances projected for advancing y* King's Re- 
venue, in y* reign of Jam. I. 

15. An Ace', of y« prosecution of Mr. Nich. Nugent by 
Mr. Justice Dillon in 1582. 

16. Primate Usshers speech at y* Castle, 30 Ap'. 1637. 

17. Advertisements for Ireland, relating to y* Trade, 
Manufactures and state of Ireland in y* reign of K. Jam. i**. 



MO CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1 8. Excerpta h Registro Ecclesiae S. Pat. dicto Dignitas 
Decani. 

19. Constitutiones provinciales Henrici de London, Arpi 
Dub. A.D. 1217. 

20. Registrum Statutorum Provincise Cassil. A.D. 151 1. 

21. Constitutiones Synodales Ric*^'. Ledred, Epi Ossori- 
ensis. 

22. The effects of Rebellion in 1641, as to Property in 
Land, &c. 

843 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 

Collections relating chiefly to Ireland, viz. : 

1. The contents of the red Council Book from 24 Hen. 8 
to 6* Edw. 6*. 

2. Index to the Letters in the Council Book relating to 
Ireland in the reign of Jas. I. by Sir Wm. Ussher. 

3. Some general queries concerning matters of law and 
right, in Ireland. 

4. S'. Rich"*. Bolton's Declaration, how and by what 
means y' Laws and Statutes of England came to be in 
force in Ireland. 

5. Jones's Arg*. in y* case of Willoughby about Priviledge 
of Pari'. 

6. A Speech delivered to y* Lords in y" reign of K. Cha. 
I. concerning y* comittal of any person, contra Magna 
Charta. 

7. Tho. Cave, his Instructions for any officer belonging 
to y' customs and for merchants, &c., that have any Trade 
within y° Kingdom of Ireland. 

8. Papers relating to y* sufferings of Phelim M^Pheagh 
Birne and his sons about 1625. 

g. A brief declaration of y* office of Lord Treasurer of 
Ireland, written in 1667. 

10. Considerations for repressing y* increase of Priests, 
Jesuits and Recusants without drawing of Blood. 

11. The names of y* Towns and Parishes in the several 
counties of Ireland. 

12. Articles of y* E. of Bristol against L^. Conway, May i, 
1626. 

13. The state of all y* Parishes and churches of y* 
Diocese of Dublin, signed by Lancelot Bulkeley, Abp. of 
Dublin, in 1630. 

14. Proceedings in y* Star-Chamber Court ag'. y* London- 
Derry Society in 1635, concerning Lands, &c., in Ulster. 

15. The manner of Electing and Swearing Magistrates in 
Corke. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 141 



16. A Defence of y* Proceedings in y« Castle-Chamber 
upon the Mandates against Recusants. 

1 7. The sentence of y* Judges in y* Star-Chamber in y« 
cause of L"*. Vise'. Falkland ag*. Lord Mountnorris and 
others in the aflfair of executing Buffin. 

18. The Answer of Francis Ld. Mountnorris Vice-Treas'. 
of Ireland to y' charge delivered against him. 

iQ. Instructions sent to y' Sheriffs forchooseing members 
to serve in y* Pari', met at Dublin, 8 May, 1661. 

20. Names of y Knights, Citizens and Burgesses returned 
to serve in y' same Pari'. 

21. Members of y* H. of Comons in Irel**. in 1639, and 
1 61 3, with their allowances per diem. 

22. A narrative of y* Dutch Affronts and Provocations in 
1664. 

23. Prince Rupert's Ace', of y' Miscarriages in y' Dutch 
War. 

24. Consultations in Council about aiding y* D. of Savoy 
ag*. y* K. of Spain. 



844 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Letters and other Papers concerning y^ publick 
Affairs of Ireland, viz. from 1647 to 1679. 

1. Oliver Cromwell to Gov'. Jones, 14 Sep. 1647. 

2. Letters of Col. Jones to O. Cromwell and others. 

3. A Relation of Passages in Leinster from 16'^ to 27"' 
Sep. 1648. Also 22°"* to 29"" Dec. 1648. 

4. D. of Ormond's Declaration, 6"' Oct. 1648. 

5. A Remonstrance to y* Pari', from y" Officers and 
Soldiers of y' Army in Munster, 1648. 

6. A Petition of y* Gentry and other Inhabitants of y" Co. 
of Louth to Coll. Jones. 

7. A List of y* Army with their Quarters in 1648. 

8. The weekly charge of y* under-Officers and Soldiers in 
Dubl. May, 1648. 

9. A Distribution of y* contract made for supplying y' 
Army, 1648. 

10. L**. Dunboyne, &c., to Lord Taaffe, 14 Aug. 1648. 

11. S'. Rich^. Blake's Speech to y* Marquiss of Ormond 
in 1648. 

12. The Queen and Princes Answer to the Irish Agents, 
13*^ May, 1648. 

13. A relation of Passages in Leinster from 22°"* to 29*^ 
Dec. 1648. 



142 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



14. Proceedings concerning y" Cessation with Lord 
Inchiquin. _ 

15. L**. Castlehaven to y* comissioners for levying County 
applotments. 

16. Two letters from Cap*. Rochfort in June, 1649. 

17. Another Letter from him in Cyphers, with a Key to 
his Cyphers and others. 

18. Coll. Jones to y* Marquiss of Antrim. 

1 9. L**. Clanbrazil and others their Proposal to Coll. Monk, 
30 Mar. 1649. 

20. Conditions for y* surrender of Limerick, 27"* Oct. 
1651. _ 

21. Comissions for administration of Justice in 1651. 

22. A Proclamation by Coll. Jones in 1647, and by Coll. 
Hewson in 1649. 

23. The Articles of Kilkenny with their Explanations, in 
1652. 

24. A Diurnal of y* Passages in Pari*, from G*"" Sep. to 
I3*^ 1652. 

25. A Proclamation of y* Governor of Dublin, 12 May, 
1652. 

26. The t£yal of Coll. Axtell at a council of War in 1652. 

27. A comission for y* high court of Justice at Dub. 30 
Dec. 1652. 

28. An order for making Provision for Persons infected 
with y" Plague in 1653. 

29. The comission of Peace for y* Co. of Dub. in 1653. 

30. A Letter to y* comissioners of Pari*, from Carrick- 
fergus in 1653. 

31. Major W™. Meredyth to D'. H. Jones, June 7*^ 1638. 

32. Do. His relation of Passages in y* War from 1649 to 
1653- _ 

33. Vens. Art. Hill and H. Jones to y' Comissioners 
for transplanting y* Scots. With y* Report ofy*comittee 
in 1653, and other Papers on y* same occasion. 

34. Considerations for abating y* assessment on y* Co. of 
Meath in 1656. 

35. Proposal of L^. Trimleston, &c., submitting to y' 
articles of Kilkenny. 

36. The Petition of D'. H. Jones for Lands, with orders 
thereon. 

37. Jos. Cuffe to D'. H. Jones, 12 Nov. 1658. 

38. Coll. Jones to y* coinissioners at Portsmouth, Dec. 24, 
1659. 

39. Do. to y* council of State, 26 Jan. 1659. 

40. D'. Ralph King's charge ag*. S'. Hardress Waller. 

41. Articles exhibited by S'. Cha. Coote ag*. Coll. J". 
Jones, Myles Corbet, Gen\ Ludlow, &c. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 143 



42. Gen. Ludlow to y* comissioners, 24 June, 1659. 

43. Letters about Parliamentary Proceedings in 1661. 

44. Evidences ag*. L"*. Ikerin, 
45- Observations on y* Act of Oblivion, and Act of 

Settlement. 

46. Orders of Council in 1662. 

47. S'. Theoph. Jones his Narrative of the conspiracy dis- 
covered 19*^ May, 1663. 

48. Hen. Jones, Bp. of Meath, his letters to y° E. of 
Anglesey in 1664. 

49. The Comission and Petition of Coll. Talbot in behalf 
of himself and others in 1670. 

50. Examinations ag*. y' E. of Tyrone in 1679. 

845 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Copies of State-Letters written in y* latter end of y® 
reign of Q. Eliz. and the beginning of K. James 
I. 

1. Two letters from S'. H. Docwra to Secretary Davison 
in 1600 concerning Irish affairs. 

2. A Letter of S'. Rich**. Bingham, President of Conaught, 
relative to an engagement with the Irish at the bridge of 
Collooney. 

3. An Argument upon y* Question of Impositions, divided 
and digested into sundry chapters, by S'. J°. Davis, Attorney 
General of Ireland. 

846 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

An Aphorismical Discovery of treasonable Faction 
by P. S. 

The author styles himself Secretary to Owen Roe O'Neal 
General of the Irish Rebells Army. 

' Being an account of passages of the Roman Catholick 
Army and Clergy in Ireland from 1641 to 1653, with copies 
of many Bulls, Letters, &c., from y' Pope and clergy of 
Rome.' 

(Edited for the Irish Archaeological Society by J. T. 
Gilbert, 1879.) 

847 fol. chart., circa 1688. 

\n Alphabetical List of such Protestants of Ireland 
as fled out of Ireland for safety of their lives, 
under the Government of K. James 2^ their con- 
dition, Families, Estates, etc. 



144 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

848 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Thynne (Francis). His application of certen His- 
tories concerning Embassadors and theire 
Functions. 

849 fol. chart., s. xvi., xvii. 
Heraldica, scil. 

1. A short History of y* Honours, Lands and Arms of all 
the Barons of Scotland, by Dan. Molyneux, Ulster K. of 
Arms. 

2. All the Antient Forms used in the Interment of 
Princes, Noblemen, etc., with other notes by Barthol. 
Butler, temp. Eliz. 

3. Lord Thomond's Submission to Queen Elizabeth in 
1570- 

850 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Heraldica. 

Forms used at Coronations and on several other occasions. 

851 4to chart., s. xvii. 

1. Letters from y*" several Internuncios, viz. — De 

Vecchi, Rospigliosi, Aroldi, Cardinal Barberini, 
&c., to Father Peter Walsh and others of y* 
Popish clergy of Ireland in y^ reign of K. Chas. 

With the orders of the King and Council thereon in 1670 
(mostly originals). 

2. Acta Capituli Provincialis Ordinis Praedicatorum 

in Conventu Roscomanensi a.d. 1678 et 1682. 

3. Acta et Statuta Midensis Dicecesis a.d. 1686. 

4. Ordinationes factse in Visitatione Conventus S. 

Salvatoris Dublin, per Gul. de Burgo Priorem 
Provincialem a.d. 1678. 

5. Extracts from y® several Parish Registers of y® 

city of Dublin, of y® principal Christenings, 
Marriages and Burials in y*" last (17th) century. 

6. The Military establishment for 1689, 90. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 145 

7. Rents belonging to S\ John's Church, and S*. 

Tulocks chapel in Oxmantown, united to SS 
John's. 

8. Concessiones Terrarum et aliarum Possessionum 

Spiritualium et Temporalium. 

852 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Collections relating chiefly to Parliamentary Pro- 
ceedings. 

Petition of Sir John Elliott, a prisoner in the Gatehouse. 
Papers relating to the Star-Chamber in Dublin, with 
cases tried there in the reign of Eliz., Jas. I. and Chas. I. 
Brevia Regia. 

853 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Papers chiefly on matters of State. 

1. Fanshaw (Sir Thos.). Declaration what every officer 
of the Co.-rt of Exchequer ought to do. 

2. Discourse against Toleration. 

3. Answer to a defence of Image Worship. 

4. J. Whitlock's Lecture in the Middle Temple (on 21 H. 
VIII., cap 13), 1619, 

5. A Commission for enquiring into the Buildings and 
Inmates of Lodgings in London, i Car. I. 

6. An Act of State restraining the power of Ecclesiast. 
Persons in Ireland to make Leases, 17 Mar. 1616. 

7. Propositions concerning y' Gov*, of Ireland to be con- 
sidered of by y' King, in 1631. 

8. The King's Letter to y* State of Scotland, 22 Jan. 
1649. 

9. Directions of K. Jam. I. for ordering y* courts and 
other matters in Ireland. 

10. A Remonstrance from y* Merchants Adventurers of 
England resident at Rotterdam to the States General. 

11. A Letter to y* D. of Ormond, dated at Bruges 20"" 
Sep. 1656. 

12. The Apron against y* Breeches (as printed, Haarlem 

1653)- 

13. The King's Declaration to his English Subjects, 
dated 5 Aug. 1651. 

14. The Resolution of y' Judges upon several questions 
against Popish Recusants, Trin. Term 2 Car. I. 

15. Remembrances for order in y' upper House of Pari*, 
when his Majesty is not there. 

16. John Doderidge of y* Antiquity of Parliaments. W°. 
Camden of y* same. 

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146 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRTPTS, 



17. The case of Amboyna stated, and y* opinion of y* 
Dutch civilians upon it. 

18. The Form of Arraigning y' E. of Somerset and his 
Lady. 

iq. Of y' Master of y' Rollsf and y* Incidents of his 
office. 

20. An Act for y' attainder of Tho. E. of Strafford. 

21. A Speech ag*. y^ motion for settling these Kingdoms 
on y* Protector and his heirs. 

22. Certain Replies and objections answered by W". 
Lord Burleigh. 

23. The Form of a Coronation. 

24. The Earl of Ormond's case touching y* Prize Wines 
of Londoners coming into Ireland. 

25. A Proclamation of K. Jam. I. for reforming abuses in 
Weights, &c. 

26. Do. of y*' Lord Deputy and Council of Irel^. for y' 
same in 1627. 

27. Ordo et constitutiones Equitum Subligaculi. 

28. An Anonymous Letter concerning the writer's con- 
version to Popery, Paris, 21 Nov. 1635. 

29. Advices for y' Noblemen and others, y* shall employ 
themselves in soliciting Catholiques for a contribution to K. 
Cha. I. 

30. Breve de Errore in Loqueia inter Priorem de 
Lanthony et Priorem de Molingar in Com. Westmiddiae 
pro reditu quodam a Priore de Lanthony clamato (5 Hen. 
VI.). 

854 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Fanshaw (S'". Tho.). Declaration what every officer 

of y*' Court of Exchequer ought to do. 
W". Byrde his Discourse of y^ court of Exchequer. 

855 fol. chart., circ. 1600. 
Treatises on Wards, Tenures, Alienations, etc. 
Cases adjudged in the Court of Wards in the reigns of 

Eliz. and Jas. I. 

856 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Tables of Offices and Fees in the King's Courts, 

Household, Parks, Forests, etc. 
A Catalogue of the Nobility of England, the Councils 

of the North, of Wales and the Marshes. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 147 

857 fol. chart., circ. 1700. 
Copies of State Papers, 17'^ cent. 

1. Bagshaw (Edw.). His Argument in Parliament 9"* 
Dec. 1640 concerning y* legality of the Canons. 

2. M'. Rouse's Report^"* May, 1628, against D'. Man- 
wayring to y* Grand Comittee for Religion ; with other 
Proceedings. 

3. Sir R. Cotton's Relation of Proceedings ag*. Am- 
bassadors, who have misbehaved themselves. 

4. Letters of State in 1603 between K. Jam. i", S'. Tho. 
Parry, Ambassador in France, Sir Rob. Cecil and others. 

5. Lord Treas'. Salisbury's Speech in Parli'. in i6og. 

6. The state of y* Scottish Comon-Wealth, with y* causes 
of their frequent mutinies. 

858 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Speeches and Proceedings in Parliament, 1620— 1628. 

1. The Course of passing Bills in Pari'. 

Speech of the Earl of Salisbury to Parliament by the 
King's appointment, 1609. 

2. The arguments in Pari', concerning y* Liberty of y' 
subject by Sir Dud. Digges, S^ Edw. Littleton, M'. Selden 
and S'. Edw. Cook for y* H. of Coiiions, S'. Rob. Heath and 
y* rest of y* King's Council for y* King. With y^ Resolution 
upon y* Whole. 

3. S'. J". Elliott's Speech concerning y* Grievance of y* 
State and Kingdom, made in y* H. of Comons, Jan. 12, 
1628, and his petition to the King, 1627. 

4. A Letter of S'. 01. St. John to y* Mayor of Marlborough 
ag'. giving Benevolence after dissolving y* Pari*. 

859 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea. 

1. Proclamations by K.James i" (Printed: London 1609). 

2. An oath tendered to y* Scots in and about London, 
tempore Car. L 

3. Queries concerning y* Liberties of y* People of Ireland, 

4. The state and case of the Palatinate. 

5. John Cooper's two Sermons of Unity. 

6. Miscellanea of divers Passages of State in y' Time of 
K. Jam. i^ 

7. A month's Journey into France, \yith observations on 
it. 

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CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



860 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellaneous Papers on Public Affairs (England). 

1. Dodderidge (John). A True Presentation of fore- 
Past Parliaments to y* view of Present Times and Posterity. 

2. S^ Rich. Bolton's Declaration, shewing how y* Statutes 
of England came to be of force in Ireland. 

3. A Discourse of Parliaments. 

4. Searjenties of Sundry kinds, namely, Personal services 
appertaining to y' Crown and Kings of this Realm, as well 
in times of War, as of Peace and pastime, especially at 
their Coronation. 

5- S'. Fran. Bacon's Speech in y* H. of Coinons, con- 
cerning a general Naturalization of y' Scots. 

6. A Treatise concerning foreign Confederacies, with a 
List of all y' confederates with England from Hen. I. to 
Jam. I. 

7. W". Fleetwood his Ducatus Lancastrige. 

8. A Treatise of Sea-causes, containing a yearly obser- 
vation of y English and Spanish fleets from 1585 to 1602, 
shewing y' Designs, escapes and errors on both sides, with 
y* names of y* Queen's ships and Comanders collected by 
W. M. in 1624. 

861 

1. Hogg's Character of a Projector. 

2. The Character of a Puritan. 

3. The State of a Secretary's Place with y Peril thereof, 
written by Rob*. E. of Salisbury. 

4. S'. John Finch Lord Keeper, his Speech to y* Judges 
in y* Star-Chamber, 13*'' Feb. 1639. And to Serj'. Littleton, 
and Serg*. Foster, 27*'' Jan. 1639. 

5. An Experimental Discovery of y" General Defects of 
all sorts of Wines, with helps for y* same. Collected by 
H. B. 

6. The Life and maxims of Wallenstein. 

7. A True Relation of Sir Rich. Weston, Lord Treas'., 
his negotiations with the Archdutchess in 1622. 

8. Pigg's Corrantoe or News-Letter. 

9. An abstract of the Laws of New England. 

10. A Tract concerning a Match for England, either with 
France or Spain. 

11. The charge delivered by y' E. of Essex, etc., ag*. 
Vise*. Wimbleton, General of the voyage to Cales ; with his 
answer. 

12. S'. Rob. Cotton. Of y* Danger wherein y* Kingdom 
standeth, and the Remedy (1C28); with other tracts by him. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 149 



13. A Tract concerning Schism. 

14. A Letter of Pope Paulus to y' Emperor Ferdinand. 

15. Captain Manwaring, his Discourse of Piracy. 

16. S'. Walter Raleigh, his Discourse concerning Peace 
with Spain, and retaining y* Netherlands in Society. 

17. The condition of y' State of England, and y' Relation 
it hath to other Provinces, with an ace', of y* poysoning S'. 
Tho. Overbur)-. 

18. A Description of y* thirteen Cantons of the Helvetick 
League, written by S'. Isaac Wake, Ambassador there in 
1639. 

1 9. The Resolution of all y* Judges upon several Questions 
ag*. Popish Recusants, in Trin. Term, 2 Car. L 



862 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellaneous Papers chiefly on Public Affairs (Eng- 
land). 

1 . A Relation of y* Low Conntries, and first, of y* Arch- 
duke Albertus. 

2. A short Discovery concerning )•• first Division of Eng- 
land into Shires, with y' jurisdiction of Bishops, &c. 

3. A true Relation of y* Prince, his being in Spain, with 
y* Treaty of Marriage, and restitution of y* Palatinate, with 
all y* speeches in Parliament. 

4. The chalenge sent by y* E. of Northumberland to S'. 
Fran. Veere, with his answer. 

5. A Discourse of Free Trade, against Incorporated 
Societies. 

6. A Letter of S'. W'. Raleigh to his wife and to Secretary 
Wyndwood. 

7. The Politick Survey of a Kingdom. 

8. Observations confirmed by reason and experience. 

9. S'. W'. Rawleigh's Ghost, or a Conference between 
Seignour Gondomar y* Spanish Ambassador, y' Frier Con- 
fessor, and Father Baldwin y* Jesuit, at Ely-House in 
Holboume, 20 Nov. 1620. 

10. A Treatise of all kinds of Courts and of Parliaments 
in particular, written in 1641. 

11. Tracts on y* Antiquity of Parliaments, by Fran. Tate, 
William Camden and Joseph Holland. 

12. The manner of uniting Wales unto England by K. 
Hen. 8. 

1 3. The manner of creating a Justice of either Bench. 



150 CATALOGUE OF 31 A NUSCRIPTS. 

14. The controversy touching y® descent of y^ Dignity of 
Baron of Abergavenny. 

15. S'. John Davys Prime Serjeant, his charge to y' 
Grand Jury at York in 1620. 

16. S'. Rob. Cotton his brief Discourse to prove, that y» 
House of Coinons have equal Power with y* Peers in point 
of Judicature. 

17. Lord Chan". Egerton's Speech to y* Judges in y' 
Star-Chamber in Hillary Term i"' Jam. i*'. 

18. S'. Rob. Cotton's opinion concerning y* Diminution 
of Coin. 

863 fol. min. membr., s. xvi. 

Repertorium seu Formulae Brevlum, et aliorum In- 
strumentorum per Reges Angllae prolatorum. 

Modus Tenendi Pa rli am en turn temp. Edwardi fil. 
Etheldredi, & Will""' Conquestoris. 

864: fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Pynnar (Nich.). His Survey of the Counties of 
Cavan, Fermanagh, Donegall, Tyrone, Armagh, 
and Derry, with a map of the city there, y^ Fort 
of Culmore, and y® Town of Coleraine, taken by 
virtue of the King's Comission in 1618. With 
y" names of the several Brittish Undertakers, 
Servitors, and Principal Natives, etc. 

865 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Foley (Sam.). Bp. of Down and Connor. His 

collections relating to the Dioceses of Armagh 

and Meath. 
The Temporalities of y^ See of Armagh in Prim. 

Hampton's time. 
The State of all y" Churches of that Diocess in 1622. 
The State and Revenues of y" Bp. Meath and Clon- 

macnoise. 
The State of all y*" Churches of that Diocese at y*" 

same time, namely, when James Ussher was Bp. 

thereof. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 151 

Statuta novae Bibliothecae in Academia Dublin. 
At y*^ other End. 

1. An History of y*^ controversy about y^ Primacy. 

2. Collections about K. Charles ist. 

3. Abp. King's Treatise and Principles of Church 

Government. 

4. An Index to all the Patentee Estates, shewing the 

Tenants names, etc. 

5. King (W^.), Abp. A Sermon on Isa. lix. 6. 

6. A Defence of y^ Settlement of Ireland in answer 

to S^ Rich^ Nagle's letter. 

866 4to chart., s. xvii. 

1. Proceedings of the High Court of Justice held at 

Dublin and Cork in 1652, 1653, and 1654. 

2. The Judgment pronounced ag^ S'". Phelim O'Neale, 

5^^ Mar., i6,s2, by S^ Gerard Lowther. 

3. A Journal of several Marches of y^ English Army, 

1648 to 1 65 1. 

4. An account of y^ Passages about Coleraine in 

1 64 1, &c. 

5. A Diary of y^ siege of Limerick by y^ Irish in 

1642, and by Ireton in 1651. 

6. Articles concluded bet°. Lord Muskerry & y^ 

ParP. Forces in 1652. 

867 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings in the Parliament that met in 1640, with 
Impeachments against y^ E. of Strafford, the 
Lord Keeper, and y^ Archbishop of Canterbur}'. 
As also y*" speeches of W\ Pym, Sir J". Holland, 
M"". Bagshaw, Lord Digby, S^ Ben. Rudyard, 
S^ Tho. Rowe, Lord Faulkland, and other 
principal speakers in that Parliament. 

868 
Correspondence of Thomas Russell, sometime Prisoner 
of State in Dublin, 1793— 1799. 2 vols. 



152 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

869 
Major Hen. C. Sirr's Papers, relating chiefly to the 
Rebellion, 1798 to 1804. 9 vols. fol. with port- 
folio. 

Including Letters, Informations, Warrants, etc. ; also 
other papers concerning matters of police of various dates 
up to 1 83 1. The portfolio contains the 'Declaration of the 
Catholics of Ireland,' 1792, as sent to Dublin from different 
localities ; some copies on parchment, some on paper, with 
all the original signatures. 

870 

The bloody calendar used in Wexford Gaol when that 
town was in possession of the Rebels, 1798. 

871 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Depositions, etc., relative to the Rebellion in 1798, 
with Proceedings of Courts Martial. 

872 
Proceedings of Courts Martial, 1798. 

873 

Dr. R. R. Madden' s Collection of Papers relating to 
the history of the United Irishmen, in two 
portfolios. 

874 
Old Tholsel Precedents. 

873 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Hobbes* Behemoth. 

876 fol. chart., 1680. 
Another copy of Behemoth. 

877 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Short Poems by Donne, Wotton, and others. 

Appears to have consisted originally of 565 pp. Eight 
leaves have been lost. The first 293 pp. contain the Poems 
of John Donne, contained in the edition Lond. 1669 from 
p. I top. 364, with a few exceptions and with some variations. 
There are also some anonymous poems, and two by R. 
Corbet and Fr. Beaumont respectively. The second part of 
the volume consists of poems assigned to various authors, 
including Vise. St. Alban's (' The world's a bubble, and the 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 153 

life of man Lest [j/V] then a spann '; printed, with variations, 
in Reliquiae Wottonianae, 1651, p. 358, with signature, 
Ignoto) ; James I. (on the death of Queen Anne) ; Sir H. 
Wotton, Cecil Turner, W. Browne, Geo. Herbert, Lord 
Herbert, Fras. Beaumont, Humphrey Hide, and others, with 
many anonymous. See Dr. Grosart's ' Literary Finds.' In 
many instances the poems are assigned to other authors than 
those in whose works they have been published. Of the 
'Dialogue' in Chambers' Donne, i. 69, the first three stanzas 
are here assigned to the Earl of Pembroke and Sir H. Wotton, 
the last three to Sir B. Ruddiard and Dr. John Donne. 

There are also some prose pieces, a Latin elegiac poem by 
R. Aton, and some Latin epigrams. 

878 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The Temple of Chastity and Sanctuary of Virginity 
(a treatise in prose). 

879 4to chart., s. xviii. 
The Whimsical Medley : 

A collection of (72?) Epigrams, Sonnets, Fables, Pas- 
quinades, etc., compiled by Lord Newtownbutler (ob. 1723). 
3 vols. 

Contains most of the ephemeral poems of the period. 
Some pieces ascribed to Swift have been published (from 
this MS.) by Barrett, in his Essay on the Earlier Part of the 
Life of Swift, Lond. 1808. 

880 4to chart. 

Grainger's ' Sugar Cane * (foul copy, much corrected, 
about 1762). 

881 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Loyalty Proved ; or David, a Sacred Tragedy. 

882 
Another copy of the same. 

883 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Natural History of Ireland, Memoirs and Notes 
relating thereto (and to Antiquities, Statistics, 
etc.), made from Communications to the Dublin 
Society, 2 vols, (contains a Tour in 1709). 

Among the contents are : — Mines in Ireland ; Account of 
an eruption of water from the side of Mt. Garriduflf in 1693 ; 



154 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

An oily Dew, 1695 ; Hearth-money and Population, 1672, 
and 1682-5, ^nd 1701-6; Phillips' Report on Fortifications; 
Tides; The Conogh Worm. (See Phil. Trans., No. 168). 

884 i2mo chart., 1709. 
Journey to Connaught. 

885 i2mochart., 1709. 
Journey to Kerry. 

(These two are foul copies of part of the preceding Tour). 

886 i6mo chart., s. xviii. 

Account of the Town of Galway with Annals thereof. 

887 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Dr. Pococke's Tour, 1752. 

(Edited by Rev. Prof. Stokes, 1891). 

888 ^ 

Dr. Molyneux' Papers, ' Natural History of Ireland.' 

(Including Antiquities, etc., being the original documents 
transcribed in No. 883). 

889 
Dr. Molyneux' Papers. Chiefly Letters and Memoirs 
on Natural Philosophy. 

Contain also the Minutes of the Oxford Philosophical 
Society. 

Also (printed) Proclamations, 27 Jan., 1690; 17 Feb., 
1690 ; and (printed) Forms of Prayer, 1691. 

890 

Molyneux ' Case of Ireland.' 

(The original autograph and a fair copy). 

Sir W. Domville's disquisition concerning an ' Act in 
England binding Ireland': the autograph, with a foul and a 
fair copy. This was the groundwork of Molyneux' treatise. 

891 i2mo chart. 

Notes on an English Tour, 1780 ; Notes of a Tour in 
North Wales and Ireland, 1788. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 155 

892 fol. chart., s. xix. 

A List of Spanish State Papers relating to Ireland, 
preserved in the Castle of Simancas. 
(Presented by J. H. Reddan, Esq.) 

893 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Memoires cone, plusieurs provinces, villes, etc. de la 

France. 32 vols. 

(These seem to have been compiled by Messrs. les 
Intendants in 1700. They contain a full statistical account 
of each Province, etc., with 40 large engraved maps, 
coloured. The vols, belonged to ^NI. Fagel.) 

894 

Etat de la noblesse, et terres titrees du Royaume de 
France, et pays conquis, tire des Memoires qui 
ont ete dressees par Mssrs. les Intendants, dans 
chaque generalite et departement en I'annee 1 700. 

895 

Recueil de Dissertations sur le droit publique eccle- 
siastique de France faites par ordre de M. 
Colbert. 2 torn. 

896 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Affaires secretes Etrangeres 1716— 1750. 3 torn. 

897 
Memoires secretes des affaires etrangeres par support 
aux subsides accordes a plusieurs Puissances, 
1730-1750. 
898 
Etats des Revenus et depenses du Roi avec toutes les 
affaires vulgaires et secretes concernant les 
finances, 1744— 1755. 4 torn. 

899 
I Observations et reflexions critiques et politiques sur 

les affaires des finances 1750. 2 tom. 

900 
lArrangement fait dans les finances pour les ann. 

1750-1754- 



156 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

901 

Affaires etrangeres 1750, 1751 (expenses of am- 
bassadors, etc.). 2 torn. 

902 

Affaires generales et secretes des finances 1752. 

903 
Memoires concernant le commerce de la nation 
Fran9oise en 1752. 

904 

Moyen pour rendre le Royaume de France de plus en 
plus florissant ; avec un supplement par M. 
Trudaine. 

905 

Arrangement des Milices 1737, 40, 50. 

906 
Extrait des nouvelles cone. I'assemblee du Clerge de 
France tenue a Paris 1750. 

907 

Denombrement particulier des gens de I'Eglise, fait 
par ordre du Roy 1750, 51, avec un Extrait des 
Revenus des biens de I'Eglise. 

908 

Memoire de ce qui s'est passe de secret, et de 
particulier en France, pendant les ann. 1751— 
1754. 7 torn. 

909 

Tableau des Revenus du Roi de Tannee 1751, par 

ordre des generalites ou provinces etc. 

(All these French Memoirs are from the Library of M. 
Fagel.) 

910 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Representation au Roy d'Espagne Philippe V. par Don 
Miguel de Zavalay, trad, de I'Espagnol 1746. 



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911 
De la Maniere de negocier avec les souverains. Par 
M. de Cellieres. Ecrit par Gilly 1729. 

912 fol. chart., s. xviil. 
Petrarcae Epistolae ex cod. Medic. (1775). 

913 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Vite d'uomini singular! composte da Vespasiano. 
(Copied from 15th cent. MSS. in Florence, 1774.) 
Agnolo Acciauoli, Piero de' Pazzi, Bernardo Giugne (with 
Notes by Bandini), Bartolommeo de Fortini, il Re Alfonso, 
Brande Card, di Piacenza, Giannozo Manetti. 
See Mai, Spicilegiura Romanum, torn. i. 

914 

Bandini, Ang. Mar., De Ortu et progressu Artis 
Typographicae per Etruriam, et Annales Typo- 
graphici Florentini, 147 1— 1530. 

915 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Memorie Aneddote cone la Casa dei Medici. 
(Copied from MSS. in Florence, 1774.) 

916 4to chart., circ. 1700. 
Opuscoli di Vittorio Siri non dati alia Stampa. 

II disinganno dell' opinione volgare. Discorso a Mons. 
de Lionne. 

L'Helleboro per il cervello del Dr. S. Maria overo Ris- 
posto el Bilancio delle confederacioni de' Principi. 

Praefatio al 12° vol. del Mercurio di Vit. de Siri. 

Consideratione dissuasiva la Speditione armata k Candia 
del . . . Mons. il Marchese di Bellefonds. 

Idea della Nunciatura Apostolica. Si domanda, Quelle che 
potrebbe fare il Re Christianissimo ... in occurrenza di 
Crociata, 6 di lega contra il Turco. 

Altemativa per la Francia, 6 di conquistare il rimanente 
del Belgio Spagnuolo ; 6 di non stipular pace senza la 
ritentione dell' occupato. 

Contrapunto all' Aringa del Re della Gran Brettagna, 
pronunciata da lui nel Parliamento d' Inghilterra, il di 7 
Feb. 1678. 

Discorso politico, fatto nell' anno 1 680. Se il Re Chris- 
tianissimo sia per tenersi ociosi nell' armi, etc. 

Dell' Honore stranaturato di Spagna et : Della lega 
disciolta dagli Olandesi. 



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iS8 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

917 8vo membr., s. xvi. 

An Atlas by Baptista Agnese. Milan, 1544. 

Containing 1 1 maps of the coasts of various countries of 
Europe, Africa, and America. 

918 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Newton (Sir Isaac). Lectiones Opticae (from a Cam- 
bridge MS.) and Chronologia. 2 vols. 

919 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Newton (Sir Isaac). De Mundi Systemate ; with a 
Letter on the Coinage. 

920 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Goodwyn (John). Practical Geometry. 

921 4to chart., s. xv, 

Troporius vel Troporum Liber. 

(A Commentary on the hymns ; no music.) 
2. Ortographia. ' Ortographiam : scribendi rectesophiam. 
Haec praesens pueris pagina dat teneris.' 



4to membr., s. xiv. 

Homeri Ilias, Graece, cum scholiis 

(Ab A 115 ad I 493. Insunt autem A 1-114 manu 
seriori in charta scrip.) 

923 i2mo chart., s. xiv. 

Platonis Phaedrus, Gorgias, Apologia Socn, Crito, 
Phaedo, Epistolae. Latine. 

024 loj X 7 membr., s. xii. 

P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. 
925 fol. chart., 1480. 

Theodori Gazae Fyoa/x/xartKr) 'ETraywyry. 

Written in England by Joannes Serbopoulos of Con- 
stantinople. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 159 

926 8vo membr., s. xiii. 
Ciceronis Orationes adv. Catilinam. 

927 i6mo membr., s. xiv. 
Ciceronis libri duo de Inventione Rhetorica. 

928 4to chart., 11 x 8^, s. xiv. 

L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae. 

" Scripte {sic) per me Nicolaum bassadona filium dni 
Joanis bassadona. Ad honorem dei. Amen." 
(From Sir T. Phillipps' collection.) 

929 4to chart, 8^ x 6, s. xv. 
Sext. Aur. Propertii Elegiae. 

(From the Phillipps' collection.) 

930 4to chart., 1745. 

Drakenborch (Arnoldus). Dictata in Ovidii Heroidum 
Epistolas. 

(From the Phillipps' collection.) 

931 4to chart., 1776. 

I Burmann (Petrus, secundus). Dictata in Ovidii 
Heroidum Epistolas. 

(From the Phillipps' collection.) 

932 4to chart, 1672. 

Syropoulos (Silvester) 'Icrropia r-^? eV <I>\a>pevTta 

Copied by order of Nectarius, formerly Patriarch of 
Jerusalem. Syropoulos (or Sguropulus as he is called by 
Creyghton) was one of the Greek magnates at the Council. 
The work has been edited by Creyghton (Hag. Com. 1660) 
from an imperfect MS. This copy is complete. 

933 4to membr., 1445. 

iDe Vita Christi, auctore Ludolpho Carthusiensi (de 
Saxonia). 

Formerly belonged to the Franciscan Convent, Groningen, 



I bo CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRFPTS, 

934 4to chart., circ. 1743. 

Relazione del Governo Politica, Forze Militari, 
Fabriche etc. degli stati de S. M. il Re di 
Sardegna, scritta da sua Excellenza Marco 
Foscarino. 

935 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Relazione di Roma, dell' 111™" Signore Giovanni Dolfin. 
I'anno 1600 (with autograph of R. Bentley). 

936 fol. chart., circ. 1700. 

Relazione dello stato politico, economico, e civile del 

regno di Napoli. 

(The two preceding numbers presented by W. Shaw 
Mason, 18 10). 

937 

Stiernhielm (Geo.). Vocabula veteris linguae Gallicae 
origine Gallica, s. Celtica, s. Scythica, i.e. 
Suethica esse demonstrat. 

938 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Albinus (Bern. Prof. Lugdun.) Collegii Practici ejus 
Dictata 1720. 3 vols. 

93d 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Roche (Jordan). On Scrofula. 

940 8vo min. chart., s. xviii. 

Medical Notes. 

941 fol. obi. chart., s. xix. 
Sketches from Nature in the Mauritius. 

(Chiefly fishes and Crustacea. By Lieut. Col. Benj. 
Beaufoy, presented i860.) 

942 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Original Drawings of Places in Ireland and Scotland, 
by Sir W. Smith (1778-18 17). 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. i6i 

943 fol. chart., s. xvii., mutil. 

A collection of Letters written to Abp. Ussher. 

This is the vol. from which Dr. Parr removed the more 
important letters for the purpose of publication. It was pre- 
sented to the Library by George V. Drury, Esq. 

944 fol. chart. 

Some Letters (autograph) of Lord Chesterfield (3), 
Lord Lyttelton (7), Alex. Pope (5), Thomas 
Moore (i), and Sir Humphrey Davy (i). 

945 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Commonplace Book of Wm. Lloyd, son of the Bp. of 
Killala, 1704. 

946 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Commonplace Book of John Hudson, Bp. of Elphin, 
1667-1685. 

947 4to chart., s. xix. 

Letters of J. Stock, Bp. of Killala, afterwards of 
Waterford, to his son, 1806-18 13. 

948 i2mo chart., s. xix. 

Diary of Bp. Stock's first Visitation of Waterford, 
with other notes. 

949 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Papers of Matthew Young (Bp. of Clonfert, sometime 
Professor of Natural Philosophy in T. C. D. \ 
chiefly mathematical. Four portfolios. 

950 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Lectures on Optics, 1793. On Prime and Ultimate^ 
Ratios and other Mathematical Notes. 5 vols. 



1 62 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

951 4to min. membr., s. xiii. 

A collection of Apocrypha in French, with St. Patrick's 
Purgatory and the Life of St. Brendan. 

Evangel. Nicodemi Pars ii., Seu Descensus Christi ad 
Inferos (inc. a med. cap. 8 Tisch.). 

Lepistle q pylates manda a claudius. 

Comment Tiberius envoia querre ihu crist . . . 

La Complainte nostra Dame. 

Del parente nostre dame. 

Comment nerons voloit ueoir cite ardoir. 

Les ceuvres et les fait de antecrist. 

Les merveilles des quinse signes. 

Comment sains pos et sains michieux li archangeles 
alerent pour ueoir en enfer les grans tormens, etc. 

Les demandes del empereur adrian et les responces 
Epiticus. 

Comment saint patrices trouaenyrlande le purgatoire, etc. 

Comment adam envoia seth en paradis pour luile de 
misericorde. 

La vie Saint Brandain et comment il ala cerchier les 
merveilles dou monde. 

952 fol. partim memb., s. xiv. i 
Tractatus de Vitiis et Virtutibus. " 

Imperfect. Incip. : " pueri qui maledicebant helyseo, 
Paulo post, "Tertius decimus [in contextu, decimus] 
titulus quartae partis de accidia et eius xxvii speciebus. 

953 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

J. F. de Ponte Collat. Consilii Regentis de Juris- 
dictione Ecclesiastica et Saeculari et de Ecclesi- 
arum Immunitate Consultationes XVIII. 

Accedunt : Vicarii Tricariens. Responsiones et eiusdem 
de Ponte de Jurisdictione Cappellani majoris. 

Epistola Joannis Baptistae Migliore de gestis per ipsum 
in negociis Jurisdictionis. 

Notae Ex Wamesii Conciliis. 

Notae Ex Institut. Canonicis Francisci de Roye. 

954 fol. membr., xviii. 

Legal forms (chiefly Latin) written in court hand. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 163 

955 fol. chart., 1701. 

A compendium of Geography by the Baron of Couthey 
Ronsele. 

956 4to chart., 1641. 

Trecht van de Conincklicke Erffenisse in 't Ryck van 
Portugal en gerechtighe successie daer inne, etc. 
Door Ian Petit diet, de Betune, Chronickschriver 
van haer Hoochmogende, Gecopiert of Maven- 

^ dyck int Westlandt 1641. (With contemporary 

' woodcuts inserted.) 

I 957 8vo membr., s. xv. 

Philostrato (by Boccaccio). 

958 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Documents relating to the Expedition to the Medi- 
terranean, A.D. 17 19. 

1. Relazione delli motivi che adducono al ricorso fatto 4 
S. M" Britannica per il Governo di Malta. 

2. Sommario delle Scritture (nel ann. 17 18, 9) in giusti- 
ficazione del ricorso, etc. 

(Attested copies from the originals in the Chancery of 
Malta, 17 19). 

959 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Papers relating to proceedings (ecclesiastical, civil, 
and military) in Spanish America in the first half 
of the 17th century. At the beginning is the 
note, 'Todos los Msos son originales.' The follow- 
ing are some of the contents : — 

'Fundacion de la provincia de los 12 apostolos del orden 
de S. Francisco, en el Peru,' with the original signatures and 
seals. There are similar papers about other orders. 

Relasion de lo susedido en la harmada de la guardia de las 
Yndias An" de 1638 (under Don Carlos de Ybara). 

Relasion de lo q^ obro D. fadrique con su armada en la 
cindad del Salv'*'. 

Las capitulaciones que se hicieron por los Olandessos . . . 
de la ciudad del Salvada, 

M 2 



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1 64 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRFPTS, 

An account in Portuguese of Bahia and the new fortifica- 
tions made by the enemy, 1625. 

Segunda Rela9ion de todo lo sucedido em la ciudad de 
San Salvador y Bahia . . . despues que fue recuperada por 
el exer^ito de S. Mag*^ Por el Dotor Jusepe de Puche 
Molton. 

Copia de una carta, que un vecino de Manila escribio a un 
amigo, 1636. 

Relacion de las maravillas que Dios ... a obrado en la 
Villa de Arjona en el descubrimiento milagroso de las re- 
liquias de cinco Sanctos Martyres, etc. Por Thomas Tomaio 
de Varged. Madrid, 1629. 

Vida de S. Joachim y de Sta Anna. 

960 fol. chart. 

* Loose Hints for Notes on [Grey's edition of] 
Hudibras, for Dr. Nash,' by Bp. Percy. 

961 8vo chart. 

A Collection of Letters addressed to W. Shaw Mason, 
relating to his Statistical vSurvey of Ireland, 1813, 
1814. 

962 4to, s. xvi. 

Copiesof Inquisitions and other Papers relating to the 
lands of Trinity College with account of Rents, 
also of receipts and disbursements in 1634. 
Reversing the book ; Notes of Lectures on Physics. 

963 s. xix. 

A recent copy of the preceding. 

964 4to, s. xix. 

Letters of Rev. Barthol. Woodlock, D.D., on Education 
in Ireland, 1871. (This is the original letter- 
copying book.) 

969 8vo membr., ilium., s. xvi. 

Joannis de Irlandia Tractatus de Immaculata Co?i- 
ceptione Virginis Mariae. (Ex libris Ven. 
Capituli Eccles. Albiensis.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 165 

966 4I0 chart., 9. xvii. ♦ 

A Catalogue and Succession of all such noble persons 
as have byne honoured with the name and tytle of 
Earles, Marquises, and Dukes of Suffolke, with 
their marriages, issues, and deaths from the tyme 
of the Norman Conquest to this presente yeare 
1 606. Collected by Rafe Brooke, Yorke Herault 
of Armes. (With the arms blazoned.) 

967 izmochart., 1809. 

Journal of a Tour of L. W. Dillwyn from Swansea to 
Killarney in 1809. 

968 i2mo chart., 18 18. 

Journal of a Tour of P. Th. Hicks from Gloucester 
through Wales and Ireland in 1818. 

969 4to chart., s. xix. 

Louis XVI. : a Play by Adair Welcker. 

970 8vo chart., s. xviii. 

Macariae Excidium by Charles O' Kelly. 

(With the speech of Henry Dowdall, Recorder ofDrogheda, 
to James II., Apr. 17, 1689). 

971 8vo chcirt., a. xix. 

Notes on the Counties of Limerick and Clare (History 

and Antiquities). By T. J. Westropp, C.E. 

Illustrated with drawings of Antiquities, etc. 

2 vols. 

This and the following books by Mr. Westropp were 
presented by the Author. 

972 

Monastic and Heraldic Notes on the Counties of Clare, 
Meath, and others. By T. J. Westropp. 2 vols. 



1 66 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 

973 

Notes on Connaught and Clare, especially the Aran 
Isles and Sligo ; with Lloyd's Tour in Clare in 
1779. By T. J. Westropp. 

974 

Annals of Co. Clare under the Stuarts; 1603— 1714. 
By T. J. Westropp. 

975 

Records of the Normans in Thomond. By T. J. 
Westropp. 

976 

Annals of the Kingdom of Thomond (Co. Clare) from 
the earliest times to the accession of Geo. I. By 
T. J. Westropp. 

977 

Records of the Irish Westropps, 1277— 1886. By. T. 
J. Westropp. 

978 

The Stacpoole Correspondence : selected from the 
originals in the possession of R. Stacpoole, Esq., 
with notes by T. J. Westropp. 

979 

Diary of William Stacpoole, Esq., of Anah and Eden- 
vale, Co. Clare, 1768,9; 1773—9; 1785, 88, 91. 
With letters, etc., illustrating the same. 

980 

Analecta Burtoniana. A collection formerly belonging 
to F. P. Barton, Esq., of London, and Bun- 
craggy, Co. Clare. (Second Baron Conyngham, 
1781, ob. 1787.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 167 



Among the contents are: — 

Of the Antiquities of the Chancery of Braga by Father 
Jeronymo Contador de Argote. ^^The original is printed in 
the Collec9am dos Documentos e Memorias da Academia 
Real da Historia Portugueza for 1728.) 

A Dissertation on Chistmass Day. By Mr. Des Vignoles. 
(In Biblioth. German, ii. p. 29.) 

A Dissertation on the Question whether Pythagoras and 
Plato were acquainted with the Books of RIoses and the 
Prophets. By M. Lenfaut (Bibl. Germ. ii. 124). 

Account of the State of Affairs in Britain in 1627. By 
John Joachim de Rusdorff, Envoy from the Elector Palatine. 
(Printed in his Consilia et Negotia Politica, f. 345, Franc, 
ad Maen. 1725.) 

A Chronological Dissertation concerning the fifth tri- 
bunate of Elagabalus by Virginius Valsechi. Florence, 1 7 1 1 . 

On Bigamy, and in particular of the Bigamy of Priests. 
By M. De Beausobre. (From the Bibl. Germanique, tom. iii.) 

Of the credit due to the writers of the Lifeof Constantine 
the Great, and of the Fables concerning his Parents. (From 
the Observv. Hallenses, tom. i.) 

Arguments for and against Constantine's birth in Britain. 

Some Reports of Law Cases, temp. Edw. II. 

Grant to South Sea Company by the Lords Coram, of the 
Treasury (rough draft). 

Mr. Kirk's Memorials respecting ;^8ooo lent to King 
Charles I. 

Apocryphal Gospels in English. 

981 

Another vol. of Analecta Burtoniana. Amongst the 

contents are : — 

Records of the Reigns of Edw. I. and of Hen. V. 

Law Cases, temp. Hen. VII. 

Translation of the Coutumier de Normandie. 

A Comment on the Golden Verses of Pythagoras. 

982 fol. chart., a.d. 161 7. 
Lectures on the Epistle of St. James (anon.). 

983 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Een Korte Staat en beschryving van de Regeering 
van de seven vereenigde provintien der Neder- 
landen. 



1 68 CA TA L OGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, 

984 fol. chart., s. xvii, 

Dagh Register Gehouden op de Voiagie gedaen naer 
der Amacqua Land . . . van den E. Heer 
Symon van der Stil Commander van" Caap de 
Goede Hoop (an. 1685). With numerous well 
executed coloured drawings of animals and plants. 

(From the Fagel Library). 

985 fol. membr. 

Coloured drawings of several (74) varieties of Tulips 
(Dutch. Ex libris Claud. Gilbert). 

986 4to chart., 1750. 

1. Staat der Keur Brunswyksche Troupen van Syne 

Koninglyke Majesteyt van Groot-Brittanien, 
Anno 1750. 

2. Erectie of Oprechting der Regimen ten ; with 40 

coloured drawings of the uniform of the several 
regiments ; the lace done in gold and silver. 

987 fol. 

Schouburg der Nederlandsche Gedenk en Legepen- 
ningen ; a large collection of figures (mostly en- 
graved) of the Coins and Medals of the Austrian 
Netherlands and the United Provinces from 1431 
to 1 7 14, with MS. descriptions and explanations 
in Dutch. In two large folio volumes (14^" x 9", 
and together 5 J" thick). From the Fagel Library. 

988 

Figures and descriptions of Coins and Medals, ancient 
and modern. In fifteen 4to volumes, 1628— 1653. 
Some of the figures are engraved, others drawn 
with a pen. The descriptions are in Dutch, and 
there are some without figures, Fagel Library. 

The first nine volumes contain coins, etc., of Roman 
Emperors (321 persons, ending with Constantinus Paleeo- 
logus). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 169 

Vol. 10 contains Coins of the Emperors from Charlemagne 
to Matias (58 names). 

Vol. 1 1 contains legends of coins of various countries 
(chiefly of the Netherlands) from 1388 to 1656, mostly 
without figures. 

Vol. 12 contains Coins chiefly of the Netherlands, from 
Diederick (Teodoric) theVIIth (12th cent.) to Philip II., with 
figures, nearly all engraved, and full historical illustrations. 

Vol. 13 contains legends of Coins and Medals from 1477 
to 1648. 

Vol. 14 consists of registers, list of Princes, Dukes, 
Bishops, etc. 

Vol. 15 is entitled * D'Afcompste soo van des Vaders als 
van des Moeders sy van den . . . Keyser Carel de vijff"de. 

The first half of the volume contains Coins and Medals of 
Charles V. and his ancestors. The second part contains 
Medals, etc., of Philip II., with others illustrating the 
history of the Netherlands from 1556 to 1629. 

There is much historical matter in the illustrative descrip- 
tions. 

989-1037 

Icelandic MSS. * The following collection of Icelandic 
MSS., selected chieflywith reference to the history 
of the relations between the northern nations and 
Great Britain and Ireland, was made by the Rev. 
James Johnstone, M.A., Chaplain and Secretary 
to the British Embassy in Copenhagen,' after- 
wards Rector of Magheracross, in Ireland, author 
of • Antiquitates Celto-Scandicae,' and other 
works. 

989 

Catalogue of the Library of Arnas Magnaeus, be- 
queathed by him for public use, and preserved 
in the Round Tower, Copenhagen. 

990 
Grammatica Islandica. 

(Copy from the original MS. of Joh. Magnaeus.) 



170 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

991 fol. chart., ss. var. 
Icelandic : 

1. Orkneyinga Thaettir. A Chronicle of the 

deeds of Olaus, son of Harald Harfagre, of 
Sigward, and other Earls of Orkney (s. xviii. ). 

2. Egil's Skallagrimssonar Saga (s. xvii.). 

(Egil aided Aethelstan of England in the battle of Brunan- 
burh, A.D. 937). 

992 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : 

1. Eystein's Lilium, a sacred ode (encomium of 

the Virgin Mary), by Eystein Arngrem, a 
monk who d. 1361. 

2. Adams Odur. 

3. Elli Kvaedi Jons Halbsonar. 

4. Pislar gratur Jons Biskups, alias Krossgratur. 

5. Krossdrapu halb prest}, alias Gimsteirn. 

6. Mariu visur halb pred}. 

7. Michaels Flockur hull} prest}. 

993 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : 

Ragnar Lodbroks Saga. 

994 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : 

1. Ketils Saga Haengs. 

2. Grims Saga Lodinkinna. 

3. Orvar-Odds Saga. 

(Transcripts from vellum MS., 4to, No. 343 in A. Magnaeus' 
Library.) 

995 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Arons Hiorleifs sonar Saga ; the Life of a 
celebrated bishop of the Orkneys. 

From fol. No. 212 in A. Magnaeus' Library. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 171 

996 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Eyrbiggia Saga, ' alio nomine Thorne- 
singna Saga.' A Chronicle of Events in the 
ninth and tenth centuries. 

997 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Sturlinga Saga. A Chronicle of Ireland 
by Sturla, who d. 1284. 2 vols. 

998 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Stiorn. A History from the beginning of 
the World to the destruction of Jerusalem. See 
Henderson's * Iceland,' ii. 254. 

999 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Biorns a Skardsaa Annales Islandici 
(1764). 

1000 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Miramans Saga : A historical account of 
the exploits of the sons and other descendants of 
Egil, or Egillus, surnamed Miramanni. 

1001 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : Vatnsdaela Saga. 

1002 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic: Nials Saga. An account of the Expedition 
of the sons ofNial to the Orkneys, Scotland, and 
Ireland, at the end of the loth and beginning of 
the iith century; including the Danish account 
of the battle of Clontarf. 

1003 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : The Edda. (Transcribed from Cod. No. 242 
Wormianus in the library of Arnas Magnaeus). 

Lettered on the back ' E codice Reseniano.' 



172 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1004 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Historia Britannorum, Islandice et Latine, 
by Halfdan Einari Rector Scholae Holanae. 
Contains : — 

1. Troiumanna Saga. 

2. Sae^a af Enea. (This comes down to King 

Alfred.) 

3. Historia de Enea, a Latin translation of the 

preceding. 

1005 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : 

1. Sagan af Helga og Gryme Droplangar 

Sonum. 

2. Sagan af Finnboga Rama. 

1006 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Icelandic : 

1. Faereya Thaettur. 

2. Hiattlands og Orkneya Thaettur. 

3. Drondheims Thaettur. 

4. Tinmerkur Thaettur. 

5. Groenlands Thaettur. 

1007 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Icelandic : 

1. Floamanna Saga; the Life of Thorgilsis. 

2. Hoensa Thoris Saga. 

1008 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Icelandic : Laxdaela Saga. 

1009 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : 

1. Laxdaela Saga (dated 1749). 

2. Short poems on historical persons (8 pp.)- 



L I BR A RY OF TRINITY COLL EGE, D VBL IN. 173 

1010 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : Miscellanea Medica. 

Medical prescriptions, partly Icelandic, partly Latin; 
followed by ' De Stirpium generibus, ex Homberto Do- 
donaeo' ; with an alphabetical list of plants in Latin, the 
Icelandic names being also given, and an account of their 
medicinal properties. 

1011 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : * Jons Bogen ' (lettered). The Code of 
Icelandic Laws called Gragas (1777). 

(From Cod. fol. 338 in Amas Magnaeus* Library). 

1012 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : An alphabetical list of minerals, plants, 
etc., with their medical properties; also medical 
and culinary receipts. At the beginning are 
some charms (partly in Latin). 

(Copied from a vellum MS. which was imperfect). 

1013 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Abbota Priora og Abbadissa Annall. 
Annals of all the abbots, priors, and abbesses in 
the monasteries of Iceland from their foundation 
in 1 133 to their dissolution in 1550. By lone 
Halldorssyne. Profaste i Myra Sysslu og Preste 
ad Hytardal. Transcribed from the author's 
MS. by Arnas Thorarenzen, 1767. 

The following note is prefixed by Thorkelin : — ' Author 
est Johannes Thordi Pastor Histardalensis et official is 
Skalholtensis Dioceseos olim. Authographum cujus nullum 
exscriptum est in legato Magnaeano, latet apud filium 
Auctoris, Dm. Finnum JohannisEpiscopum Skalhollensem.* 

1014 410 chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : The Edda Saemundi. 



J 74 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRTPTS, 

1015 8vo chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Artur Saga. History of King- Arthur and 
his knights, translated from the British by order 
of Haco, King of Norway. 

1016 

Icelandic : A collection of tracts, historical and anti- 
quarian : — 

1. Lod-Brokar Qvida en forna. (' Textus collatione 

exemplarium Bibl. Magnaeanae cum edd. Wormii 
et Stockholmiensi instituta nitori pristino quam 
proxime accedit.' G. J. Thorkelin ; who presents 
this and the following to Mr. Johnstone, 1782. 
See Johnstone's ed. of Lod-Brokar Quida, 1782). 

2. The same, translated into Latin by Thorkelin. 

3. Saga of Ragnars Sunum, from 4to 307 in Bibl. 

Magnaeana. 

4. 5, 6. Letters from Thorkelin to Johnstone, with list 

of books sent. 
7, 8. Ex Cod. Flatey. De Alexandro Scotiae Rege, 
et bello quod in Scotiam intulit Hakon Rex Nor- 
vegiae. (This agrees in general with the extract 
in Johnstone's ' Norwegian Account of Haco's 
Expedition against Scotland,' 1782, but with very 
considerable differences.) 
9. Kong Jacobs Ankomst till Norge (begins with 
p. 35, ends imperfect, p. 138). 

10. Letters from Katharine, Countess of Orkney and 
Caithness, to ErlingVikunnarsyn of Norway (' ex 
originali pergameno.') 

11. Historical Notices of Norwegian Invasions of the 
Hebrides (Hebrides) (in Latin). 

12. The early part of a history of Denmark, ap- 

parently written for publication (in English). 

13. 'Processus verbalis super Legatione et gestis 
apud Scotie, Dacie, Norvegie, Sclavonic, et 
Gothorum reges,' an. 15 11. From the autograph 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 175 

MS. of Klevenfeldt in the Benedictine Convent 
at Besan^on, a certified copy, 1744. 
(The mission had reference to the Synod of Pisa, after- 
wards of Lyons.) 

14. Fragment (beginning with strophe 30) of a Latin 
version of a religious poem. 

15. Latin Verses in imitation of the Icelandic metre, 
by Hiorlewus. 

18. Disquisition on the Ogam character (imperfect). 

28. Literae testimonium judiciale continentes de 
Breka saetro in Hetlandia ; ex originali in Bibl. 
Magnaeana. 

24. Compositio inter Wilhelmum Episcopum Orcha- 
densem et Haconem Johannis. from the original 
in Bibl. j\Iagn. A Latin version is No. 41, and an 
English version No. 46 in the same volume. 

The remaining contents of the volume consist of letters 
and other fragments. 

1017 fol. chart., 1724. 

Icelandic : A Natural History, including an account 
of various fabulous creatures, with numerous 
drawings. It is entitled Ka0aypa(f)Tj et Phi- 
siologia Animalium Brutorum accommodata ad 
usum praesertim eLKovoXoyiKov. 

1018 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Sagann af Gunnan Kieldognupsfifli. 

1019 8vo chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : 

1. larn Sida i.e. Ferreum Latus. Lex Islandica 

anno 1262, ab Hacone Grandaevo data. 
(A transcript of fol. No. ^33 (q^* 33^) in 
the Libr. of A. Magnaeus.) 

2. Saga ens heilaga Edvardar. 

3. Duggals Leidsla(ex cod. 4to 681 in Bibl. A. 

Magnaei). 



176 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, 

1020 8vo chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : Sagann af Wilialme Siod. 

1021 8vo chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic: * Bretonum res gestae,' viz. Trojiomanna 
Sogo, and Breta Sogur. (The same sagas as in 
No. 1004.) 

1022 8vo chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : A History of Henry II. and Thomas 
Becket. 4 vols. 

1023 4to min. membr., s. xv. 

Icelandic : Log Bok Islendinga hueria Samann hefur 
sett Magnus Noregs Kongr. 

1024 I zmo min. chart., 1672. 

Icelandic : Log Book Islendinga. A later copy of the 
same, to which are added 17 chapters of* Riettar- 
baetur,' dating from 155 i. 

1025 4to membr., s. fortasse xiv. imp. 
Icelandic : ' Islandske Lov ' (lettered). Another book 

of the Laws of Iceland. Imperfect at beginning 
and end. 

The text differs considerably from the preceding. 

1026 4to chart., s. xviii. (?) 

Icelandic : Gandreia seu Novum Meteoron Candidae 
Magiae. 

In the introduction are several laudatory Latin poems. 
The author was Rev. John Davidson (d. 1676). 

1027 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : A collection of ancient poems. 

These include the Wolospd, the Guest's Wisdom, Vaf- 
thrudhuc's mdl, Grimm's mal, etc., several of which seem to 
be copied from Codex Regius, No. 2365 (r) ; see Vigfusson 
and Powell's Corpus Poeticum Boreale, vol. i., p. xlii. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 177 

1028 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : Saga Ions Hola Biskups. 

1029 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Icelandic : Treatises on Logic and Rhetoric. 

The Logic, by Orth Fuchsperger. 

The Rhetoric, translated from the work of Fridrich 
Riedrer by Magnus lonssyne, 1589. 

1030 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : 

1. Saugu af Havarda Myrding (1750). 

2. Sagan af Gisla Siirssyne, edur Syrdaelum 

(1749)- 

3. Soguna af Kroka Ref. (1749). 

4. Saugu af Bua Esia Fostra Islending (1746). 

5. Saugu af lokle Buasyne (1748). 

1031 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : 

1. Sagan af Wiglundikinum Vana (1750). 

2. Sagann af Banda Monnum. Imperfect. 

3. Thornesinga Saga (1749). Imperfect. 

1032 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Icelandic : A Book of Medical Receipts. 

1033 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Proceedings of the Oxaraar Thing, July 
17 17. Imperfect. 

1034 8vo chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : A Book of ^ledical Receipts. 

(The writer seems to be Vigfus J. Spendrup.) 
N 



lyS CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1035 8vo min. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic and Latin : Medical Notes. 

1036 i2mo chart., 1639. 

Icelandic : Digda Speigell. 

At the end, an Icelandic Version of the loth Epode of 
Horace. 

1037 8vo min. chart., s. xviii. 

Icelandic : Notes on the Gospel of St. Matthew. 

1038 fol. chart. 

1 . Copy of the Charter of Charles II. to the Governors 

of the Schools of Erasmus Smith. 

2. Proceedings of the Upper House of Convocation 

in Ireland 1 661-1666, followed by the Proceed- 
ings, 1639— 1642. 

3. Reasons of the Lords protesting against the order 

made in the Appeal of the Society of London- 
derry against the Bp. of Derry. 

4. Extracts from some Letters, etc., in the custody of 

Hon, Thos. Wentworth ; and belonging to the 
late Earl of Strafford. 

Viz. Letters from the Lord Deputy Wentworth to Arch- 
bishop Laud about the Irish Church, and to the Prolocutor 
of the Lower House of Convocation enclosing a proposed 
Canon. 

5. * Dean Andrews' Deliberations about the Canons 

of England and Ireland examined.' 
From the Wentworth MSS. 

6. Proclamation of the Lord Deputy and the Council 

condemning Lord Mountmorris to be deprived of 
his office, and to be put to death, 12 Dec. 1635. 

7. Reasons to show that the Archbishops of Armagh 

have a right to visit their suffragan Bishops and 
their dioceses every third year, with several legal 
opinions on the matter, 1703 and 1706. One 
of the opinions is as to the right of any Arch- 
bishop in Ireland. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 179 



1039 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

1. Observations, Rules, and Orders, collected out of 

divers journals of the House of Commons, entered 
in the years of King Edward VI., Queen Mary, 
Queen Elizabeth, and King James ; with a Pro- 
testation of the House of Commons concerning 
their Privileges. Presented by them to his 
Majestie. 

2. Commissioners of Accounts in England; Report 

about Earl Ranelagh's payment of the Army. 

3. The Speaker's speech to Sir George Rooke, with 

Sir George's reply. 

4. Copies of two Protests in the House of Lords: 1°. 

against the imposition of a new oath ; 2'. against 
the passing of the bill to attaint Mary, late wife 
of the late King James, of High Treason, dated 
20 Feb. 1 70 1. 

5. Copy of the Charter of Philip and Mary to St. 

Patrick's Cathedral. 
Copies of letters and documents relating to a con- 
vocation, 1703. 

1040 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

1. Valuation of Ecclesiastical Benefices in the Province 

of Armagh, with their Patrons. 

2. A List of the Established Ministers in the severall 

Precincts throughout Ireland (with their salaries). 

3. A List of all the Schoolmasters within this Nation 

(with their salaries). 

4. A Signation of the Gleab Land of his Ma"^' new 

Endowments in the Diocess of Ardmagh in the 
County of Ardmagh. 
5—8. The same for the Dioceses of Clogher and 
Kilmore, Co. Fermanagh ; Derry and Raphoe, 
Co. Donegal ; Armagh, Derry and Clogher, 
Co. Tyrone ; and Kilmore, Co. Cavan. 
N 2 



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g. A Declaration setting- forth how the laws and 
statutes of England from time to time came to be 
of force in Ireland. 

1041 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

* Discourse against the Dissenters,' by Mr. King 
(afterwards Abp.) 

(Corrected throughout by his own hand. This is a reply 
to ' Some Impartial Reflections on Dr. Manby's Considera- 
tions, and Mr. King's Answer,' printed 1687, and to a certain 
' Prefacer.' 

1042 fol. chart,, s. xviii. 

A treatfse in defence of the Church against Protes- 
tant Dissenters, by Abp. King (autograph, im- 
perfect). 

1043 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

History of the Jesuits, translated from the Historia 
Jesuitica by Ludovicus Lucius, printed at Basel, 
1627: by Dr. Edward Wolley, Bp. of Clonfert, 
1681. 

1044 4to, s. xvii. 

I. Papers by Dr. Edw. Wolley, Bp. of Clonfert : — 

1. Ecclesia Anglicana non Romana ; non Schismatica; 

ColumnaVeritatis ; Mater Unitatis. In usum cleri, 
etc., pp. 215. 

2. Episcopus in Dioecesi, seu Pastor cum grege ; 

opusculum Anti-episcopantium malitiam ac Ig- 
norantiam enucleans et enervans, pp. 51. 

3. Letter to the Clergy of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh 

(Latin). 

4. De Ecclesiarum Unione * Oeconomis Aedituis et 

Inquisitoribus Eccl. Paroch. et Cath. S. Brandani 
Clonfertiae, etc' 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. i8i 

5. Via Lucida, seu De Consecratlone et Potestate 
Episcopi (sua Dioecesi capellam consecrantis) 
vindicatio. 

II. A MS. copy of ' The Bleeding Iphigenia ' (printed 
about 1674). 

1045 fol. chart., ss. xvi., xvii. 

1. Proceedings in the Parliament begun 8th May, 

14th of Elizabeth. 

2. Ditto, 23rd November; 27th of Elizabeth. 

3. Ditto, by prorogation, i6th Jan., 23rd Elizabeth. 

4. Ditto, 8th Feb. (years not given, but i8th Eliz.). 

5. Fragmenta Regalia, or Observations on the late 

Queen Elizabeth ; her Times and Favourites. 
(By Sir Robert Naunton, Secretary to King 
James I.) 

6. Addresses from Parliament to King James I., with 

his Answers. 

7. Considerations touching a War with Spain, ad- 

dressed to Charles I. (anon.). 

8. Treatise on the Authority of Bishops and Clergy 

(anon.). 

1046 fol. chart. 

An Inquisition held at Naas, 1657; ^^^o the Grand 
Inquest of the Province of Ulster, 1610 ('copia 
vera '). 

1047 

A case containing a letter from M. De Crousaz suf 
I'Episcopat, some sermons of Abp. King, and 
some imperfect papers much injured by damp 
and scarcely legible. 



1 82 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1048 fol. chart., s. xiii., ff. 15. 

A glossary of difficult Latin words with etymological 
explanations. Begins with remarks about the 
alphabet □ (an initial cut out?) p abraham un 
et cum hebreis numero et sono concordant.' On 
the verso of the first fol. is xxiiii. Ends ' Stroma, 
varietas St°fa tergiversatio.' 

104:9 fol. chart., s. xv. 

A theological compilation, including : — 

Bonaventurae tract, de ligno vitae. 

Extracta de libro Richardi de Contemplatione. 

De virtutibus et gratiis, an. 1447. 

De Septem Sacramentis. 

De fine mundi et ultimo indicio. 

' Finitus est liber iste per me georium ruch presbyterum 
Anno Dom. 1449.' After ' Explicit hoc tolum opus,' a 
later hand has added ' quod dicitur longiloquium et est 
compilatum secundum ordinem breviloquii Sci Thomae.' 

In another hand : Passio Christi de quatuor Evangeliis 
collecta, etc.. Anno 1450. 

1050 

Letters, etc., of Dean Swift: — 

1. Swift's account of his family, and of his own life 

(to the age of 30), 20 pp. 4to (in his own hand- 
writing). 

Published by Deane Swift, Esq., in his Essay on the Life 
and Character of Dr. Jonathan Swift, 1755, also by Sir 
Walter Scott in his edition of Swift's works, vol. i. (Presented 
by Deane Swift, Esq.). 

2. Sermon on Brotherly Love (Scott's Swift, vol. vii. 

p. 461). 

3. Letter to. Mrs. Swanton, July 12, 1733. (Presented 

by Col. Dwyer, 183 1.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 183 

4. * Doctor Sw-ts circular letter to the clergy of the 

Diocese of Dublin exhorting them not to regulate 
themselves always according to the present 
Humour of the Times.' 

Printed : written against the Dean, not by him. 

5. Letter of Sir Walter Scott, relating to the pre- 

ceding document. 

6. The Legion Club, a poem (not in Swift's hand- 

writing). 

1051 5" X 4" membr. ilium., s. xiv. 

Statuta Antiqua Angliae; Formulae Breviuni, etc. (in 
French), with pictures. 

(Rev. Aiken Irvine's bequest.) 

1052 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Relatio Romanae Curiae Forensis, Studio lo. Dom. 
Lud. Goffoy ; Linguarum Professoris ac in Ro- 
mana curia negotia gerentis, 1780. 

1053 4" X 3", s. xvii.' 

Sermons par le R. P. De Lingendre (et autres) avec 
prieres et devotions. 

(Rev. Aiken Irvine's bequest. Appears to have belonged 
to a religious house.) 

1054 6 J" X 4" membr., s. xiv. 
Sermones. 

1055 6" X 4" chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea de Sacramentis ex Ritualibus; item de 

Ritibus in Missa et officio. Collecta per R. 

Patrem F. Nicolaum De Bertenschaups S. T. 
lectorem emeritum Lovanii, defunctum. 

Contains also, in Dutch, rules about interments in the 
parish of St. Gudule. Brussels, (with tables of charges), and 
agreement between the Mendicants and the oflScers of St. 
Cailijne, Brussels, about interments, 1694 (Irvine). 



1 8+ CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1056 6" X 4^", circa, 1700. 

Tractatus de Criminibus et Casibus Conscientiae. 
Imperfect. (Irvine). 

1057 

Papeles Varies, Papers chiefly Spanish : 

1. Censura Sa. Facultatis Theologicae Parisiensis 

in librum cui Titulus est: * Amadaei Guimenii 
Lomarensis . . . opusculum singularia universa 
fere Theologiae Moralis complectens adversus 
quorundam expostulationes contra nonnullas 
Jesuitarum opiniones morales, etc., Lugduni, 
1664.' Parisiis, 1665 (MS.) 

2. Calumniaconvicta, seu epistola . . . Cleandri ad . . . 

Evaristum super Memoriali nuper porrecto His- 
pano idiomate ... a P. loanne de Palazol Soc. 
Jesu, etc. nomine et jussuThyrsi Gonzalez ejusdem 
Soc. General is Praepositi. 

3. Carta de la M^ Sor. Philotea de la Cruz Religiosa 

en el Con v., etc., ... a la M'' loana Inez de la 
Cruz Religiosa professa, etc. 

4. Papel que al P" Fran''" Aguado Prov' de la Con- 

pania de Th*" en la Prov^ de Toledo . • • y con- 
fessor de il conde duque de Olivares el R. P. 
Gonzalez Galindo lector de Theolog* de el 
Collegio imperial de Madrid y Calificador de il 
S*° officio en orden aque se retire de el Govierno 
de el Alma de el Conde Duque. 

5. Copia de la Carta que escrivio el Marq. de Lavar- 

diu a los Principes de Italia, remitiendoles la que 
escrivio el Rey de Francia al Cardinal de Estree, 
etc. 

6. Respuesto . . . a un papel . . . con titulo de Mani- 

festo disculpando la resolucion de D. Joan 
Thomas Enriquez de Cabrera. 

7. ' Haec sequentia de Colloquio Marpurgensi ex ipsius 

D. Zuinglii chirographo exscripta sunt adverbum. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 185 

8. Disse worte sind uss Luthers mund abgeschriben 

und davon in sinem angesicht geredt u. s. w. 

9. Epitaphium Huldrici Zwinglii. 

1058 4to s. xviii. 

Spanish Papers, Miscellaneous : (Irvine). 

Memoria sobre la niebla en el trigo. 

Respuesta del S"' Clement sobre le provision de la 

Cathedra de Locis Theologicis (in Valladolid). 
Letter to Dr. Robertson concerning his admission to la 

Academia de la Historia, with his reply, 1777. 
Copias de Cartas que el Senor Arzpo de Sevilla 

escrivio ha S, Mag'^. ... en el punto de las Sisas. 
Informe del Consejo sobre la Amortizacion, 1766. 
Elogio del Rev™° P. Fr. Manuel de la Vega de la 

orden de S° Fran*"" pronunciado en la Sociedad 

de Valladolid. By Bernardo de Sarria y Garma 

1786. 
Discorso Gratulatorio. By the same. 
With some other short papers. 

1059 fol. 

The following items, from 1059 to 1142, are from the 
Library of Dr. ^^'illiam Reeves, Bishop of Down 
and Connor and Dromore, and were purchased 
from his executors. 

Repertorium Hibernicum, containing : — 

1 . Translation of the Tract of Aengus the Culdee on the 

Mothers of the Saints of Ireland. 

2. The Register of Clojimacnoise ; copy of Brit. Mus. 
Add. No. 4796, fol. 37 to 44, collated with the copy in the 
Ardbraccan Book by Dean Butler. 

3. Catalogue of the Bps. of Raphoe to the year 1600 
(copy of Brit. Mus. Add. No. 4797, fol. 48). 

4. Old Rental (circ. 1690) of estates of Earl of Antrim 
(from the original in Glenarm Castle). 

5. List of Householders in the Barony of Cary, 1734, 
classified according to religion (from the original in Glen- 
arm Castle). 



1 86 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



6. Bp. Todd's Deed to the Earl of Antrim, 1610 (copy). 

7. Extracts concerning the ancient estates of the bishop- 
rics of Derry and of Meath. 

8-1 1. Extracts relating to Ireland from the ' Rotuli 
Litterarum Clausarum,' Lond. 1833; also from 'Rotuli 
Chartarum,' 1837, and 'Rotuli Litt. Pat.,' 1835; and from 
Dugdale's Monasticon. 

12. List of places on the Continent where IMSS. Irish or 
relating to Ireland are preserved, with a statement of the 
MSS. themselves. From C. P. Cooper's unpublished Ap- 
pendix to Report of the English Record Commission. (A 
printed copy of this Appendix is in the Library, Gall. G. 12, 
27.) 

13. Vita S. Cainnechi ; copied from the 'Book of Kil- 
kenny,' in Marsh's Library, with a collation of the Codex 
Salmanticensis (pub. 1853), and notes by Bp. Reeves. 

14. Some unpublished charters and deeds of the religious 
houses of Downpatrick, from the records late of the Tower 
of London. 

1060 

Ancient Irish Church Records, viz. : — 

1. Copies of briefs and inventories regarding the Knights 
Templars in Ireland at the period of their suppression. 
From the Exchequer Rolls in London. 

2. Taxation of the Diocese of Dublin, circ. 1291. From 
the same Rolls. 

. 3. Valuation of benefices in Dublin. From the ' Crede 
Mihi.' 

4. Copy of Abp. Alan's Repertorium Viride. 

5. Taxations and other lists of the benefices in the 
Diocese of Meath. From the Roll of Bp. Hugh Inge, in 
the Diocesan Registry, collated with two more ancient 
rolls. 

6. Office copy of the Inquisitions taken on the death of 
William de Burgo, Earl of Ulster, in the year 1333. 

1061 2 vols., fol. 

Copy of Archbishop Alan's Liber Niger, with Indices 
Locorum et Nominum, by T. J. Westropp, Esq. 

See a Calendar of vol. i. of this MS., by Rev. Dr. Stokes, 
in the 'Journal of Proceedings of the Royal Soc. of Anti- 
quaries of Ireland,' Sept., 1893 (8th ser., vol. iii., pp. 303- 
320). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 187 



1062 fol. 

Convocation of the Church of Ireland. A collection 
of documents, MS. and printed, connected with 
the history of the Convocation in Ireland. 

1063 fol. 

Ecclesiastical Records concerning the Diocese of 

Limerick, chiefly taken from the ancient book 

called the Liber Niger Limericensis. 

Note by Bp. Reeves — ' The Article headed Taxa Procu- 
racionum contains a topographical account of the parishes 
in the diocese, with identifications and notes, by William 
Reeves, D.D., in the compilation of which he employed his 
best energies. They contain much information not to be 
found elsewhere.' 

1064 In a portfolio, with a MS. vol., 4to. 

A Collection of Papers, MS. and printed, relating to 
the case of the Rev. James Greenshields, ' whose 
case made such a noise in Scotland and else- 
where, and led to the extension of Toleration by 
Act of Parliament to the Episcopalians in Scot- 
land.' 

Printed : — 

1. A True State of the Case of the Reverend Mr. Green- 
shields, now Prisoner in the Tolbooth in Edinburgh, For 
Reading Common-Prayer in an E[)iscopal Congregation 
there . . . with copies of several original Papers, etc. Fol. 
London, 17 10. 

2. The same. i2mo. London, 17 10. 

3. Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled, A True State of the 
Case of the Rev**. Mr. Greenshields. 4to. Lond. 1710. 

4. Nos. 2 and 3 reprinted. 4to. Edinb. 1710. 

5. The Defence of the Magistrates of Edinburgh and 
Lords of the Session against the Appeal and Complaint of 
Mr. James Greensheilds {sic\ Clerk. A single leaf, fol. 
s. 1. v. a. 

6. Greenshields out of Prison, and Toleration settled in 
Scotland, Or, The Case of Mr. Greenshields Farther Ex- 
amin'd. Fol. London, 17 10. 

7. The Present State of Mr. Greenshields Case now 
before the Right Honourable the House of Lords. 8vo, s. 1. 
1711. 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



8. The Scot's Narrative Examin'd, Or, The Case of the 
Episcopal Ministers in Scotland stated, and the late Treat- 
ment of them in the City of Edinburgh Enquir'd into. 
s. 1. V. a. [attributed to De Foe]. 

Q. The Case of Mr. Greenshields Fully Stated and Dis- 
cuss'd in a Letter from a Commoner of North Britain to an 
English Peer. 4to. London, 171 1. 

The MSS. contain copies of papers in London (House of 
Lords, Lambeth, and British Museum) and Edinburgh, 
with other collections and remarks, including a biblio- 
graphy by Dr. Reeves. 



1065 foU 

A Collection of Genealogical and Historical Papers 
relative principally to Abp. Adam Loftus. 

1066 foL 

Visitatio Regalis 161 5. 

Dublin, Kildare, Ossory, Ferns, Leighlin, Cashel, 
Emly, Killaloe, Waterford, Lismore, Limerick, 
Ardfert, Kilfenora, Cork, Cloyne, Ross, Tuam, 
Clonfert and Kilmacduagh, Elphin, Killala, 
Athenry, Ardagh. 

' Transcribed by me from the detached Originals when 
they were in my custody in the interval between the dis- 
establishment and their transfer to the Public Record 
Office. This is the only full copy in existence.' Note by 
Dr. Reeves. 

1067 fol. 

Visitatio Regalis 1633-4. 

Armagh, Meath, Down, Connor, Dromore, Kilmore, 
Ardagh, Raphoe, Killala, Achonry, Elphin, 
Kildare, Cashel, Emly, Killaloe, Kilfenora, 
Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoe, Cork, Cloyne, 
Ross, Waterford, Lismore, Clogher. 

' Into this volume I copied all the existing returns of 
Bramhall's Visitation, and added one more, namely Clogher, 
from the Visitation Records of that See. This copy was 
made' (etc. as in the preceding No.)- Note by Dr. Reeves. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 189 

1068 fol. 
Registrum Prioratus de Kilbixy (or Tristernagh). 

Copied from a MS. in the Bodleian, Rawlinson, B. 504. 

1069 fol. 

The Felire of Aengus the Culdee : Prologues, Glosses, 
and Notes, in the original Irish, copied from the 
Leabhar Breac, with a literal translation, by 
Eugene O'Curr}-. 

1070 fol. 

Index to the Felire of Aengus and to the Calendar of 
Donegall. 

1071 fol. 

O'Mellan's Journal of Events in Ireland in 1641— 
1647, chiefly those in which the O'Neills were 
Concerned. Irish text, with translation and 
Index of Names. 

The original is in the possession of Lord O'Neill. The 
present copy was transcribed by Dr. Reeves from the copy 
made by O'Curry for the Royal Irish Academy. The trans- 
lation is by Robert M'Adam, of Belfast. 

1072 8vo. 

Elrington's Life of Ussher, largely corrected and 
annotated by Bp. Reeves. 

1073 8vo. 

The Correspondence of Abp. Ussher, vols. xv. and 
xvi. of Elrington's Edition of Ussher's Collected 
Works. Corrected and annotated by Bp. Reeves. 

1074 4to. 
Index to the preceding Correspondence. 



I go CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRTPTS, 

1075 fol. 

Index to Ussher's Collected Works. 

1076 fol. 

Diocese of Clogher. Succession of Incumbents, etc. 

1077 fol. 

Papers relating to Ballyshannon. 

1078 fol. 

Topographical Collections of the County of Fermanagh, 
based on Inquisitions and Patents, and largely 
annotated with identifications and notes by W. 
Reeves, D.D. 

1079 fol. 

Scottish Records : 

1. Tract on the men of Alba from the genealogical 

MS. of Duald Mac Firbis, copied and translated 
by Eugene Curry, with collation of the copies 
in the books of Ballymote and of Lecain. 

2. Pedigree of Mac Leoid from Mac Firbis, 

3. Pedigree of other ancient Scottish families. 

4. The Shrine of Adamnan. 

5. List of poems contained in MS. Laud. 615, Bodleian 

Libr., purporting to be a collection of St. Colum- 
cille's poems. 

1080 

A Catalogue of Irish Maps and Surveys. (Two small 
books, rough copy and fair copy, respectively.) 

1081 4to. 

Index to O'Flaherty's Ogygia. 

1082 fol. 

Index to Shearman's Loca Patriciana. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 191 

1083 fol. 

Index Locorum to Colgan's Acta Sanctorum. 

1084 4.to. 

Index Locorum to the * Annals of the Four Masters' 
(printed, interleaved, and largely augmented from 
other sources by W. R.). 

1085 fol. 

Index to the 'Annals of the Four Masters ' by Bp. 

Reeves. 

(The references are fuller than those in the printed 
index). 

1086 fol. 

The Calendar of Scotland, giving in one view four 
calendars (Breviary of Aberdeen, Martyrology of 
Aberdeen, King's Calendar, the Drummond 
Missal). 

1087 4to. 

Sundry Transcripts of State and Legal Records re- 
lating to Ireland. 

In addition to State and Legal Records the book contains 
a transcript of ' Descriptio Iiineris Capitanei losiae Bodley 
in Lecaliam apud Ultonienses an. 1602,' from Add. MS. 
Brit. Mus. 4784 ; also 'A journey made by the Erie of Sussex 
1. Deputie,' 1556 (by Phil. Butler, Athlone Pursuivant), ditto 
iS57» '558, 1563- 

1088 4to. 

Extracts from the Acta Sanctorum. 

1089 4to. 
Calendaria Scotica : 

A collection of Calendars and various Records con- 
nected with the Saints of Scotland. Very full 
references by W. R. 

Collections regarding the Irish use of the number 
seven in religious and social records. Wm. 
Reeves. 



192 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1090 4to. 

TheVocacyon of John Ball to the Bishoprick of Ossorie; 
copy from the printed text in the Harleian 
Miscellany, vol. vi. 

1091 4to. 

Notes on Burdy's Life of Skelton (apparently intended 
for publication). 

1092 4to. 

Alphabetical List of Irish Saints, with references to 
their biographies or published acts ; as also to 
the ancient MSS. in which their several lives are 
to be found (not completed). 

1093 fol. 

Transcript of the Life of St. Patrick with his Con- 
fession, from the ' Book of Armagh,' ' largely 
and most critically annotated by Wm. Reeves, 
D.D.' 

1094 4to min. 

Vita S. Albei, copied from a MS. in this Library 
(175. E. 3. 11), with Index. 

1095 4to min. 

Vitae S. Brendani, S.Kiarani Cluanensis, et S. Munnae. 
Copied from the Cod. Armach. in Marsh's Library, 
with Index. 

1096 4to min. 

Vitae S. Cronani, S. Kellachi et S. Degae Mac 
Cayrill, from the Acta Sanctorum, with Index. 

1097 4to min. 

1. Vita S. Columbae, auctore Adamnano, copied from 

the Reichenau MS., with Index. 

2. Vita S. Baithenei from the Acta Sanctorum. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 193 

1098 4to min. 

1. Vita S. Declani, from the 'wretched' text in the 

Acta Sanctorum, collated with the two MSS., 
E. 3. 1 1, of T. C. D. (175), and Cod. Armach, in 
Marsh's Librar}^ 

2. Vita S. Coemgeni from the Acta Sanctorum, col- 

lated with the Cod. Armach. With Indexes. 

1099 4to min. 

Vita S. Moninnae als Darercae (patron saint of 
Killevy), by Conchubran, copied from the Acta 
Sanctorum, and collated with the original MS. in 
the British Museum. ' The many errors of the 
printed copy have been corrected, and the 
omissions supplied.' 

Two other Lives are added, and fragments of a 
fourth, with numerous extracts from ancient 
authorities on this Saint. 

11(X) 4to min. 

Vita S. Cainnechi ; transcribed by the Marquis of 
Ormonde from a vellum MS. in the Burgundian 
Library at Brussels, which formerly belonged to 
the Irish College at Salamanca. With Index by 
W. R. 

1101 4to min. 

Vita S. Carthachi als Mochudae, copied from the Acta 
Sanctorum, and collated with the MS. Armach. 
in Marsh's Libr., and E. 3. 11. in T. C. D. With 
copious Index by W. R., and a translation of the 
Rule of S. Mochuda by O' Donovan. 

1102 4to min. 

1. Vita S. Barri, copied from E. 3. 11. T. C. D. (175), 
' and collated with the Cod. Armach. 

2. Vita S. Maculini, from E. 3. 8 (580). 

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II 



194 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

3. Vita S. Cronani Roscreensis from the Acta Sanc- 

torum. 

4. Vita S. Kellachi from the Acta SS. 

5. Vita S. Degae Mac Cayrill from ditto. 
With Index to the whole by W. R. 

1103 4to min. 

1. Vita S. Tigernachi Cluanensis, copied from the 

Acta SS., with observations. 

2. Vita S. Colmani Dromorensis, from the same. 

3. Vita S. Rodani, from the same. 

With full Index to the whole by W. R. 

1104 fol. 

Vita S. Brigittae : 1° Transcript of a gth century MS. 
in the possession of Rev. T. W. Carson, with 
notes. 2° O'Curry's translation of the (Irish) 
Life in the Leabhar Breac, with notes. 

1105 fol. 

Vita S. Columbae (Adamnani) Transcript from MS. 
in British Museum, with collection of other 
MSS. 

1106 fol. 

Vita S. Columbae. A collection containing : 

1. Life of St. Columba in Irish from the Book of 

Lismore, with translation by O'Curry, and various 
readings from the Leabhar Breac, and the High- 
land Society's MS. 

2. Life of St. Columba by Cummineus, copied from 

Mabillon, collated with Colgan. 

3. Preface to the Amra Columcille, from the Leabhar 

na hUidri. 

4 . Preface to the Altus, from the Leabhar Breac. 

5. Story of Columba and his cook, from the same. 

6. Story of Columba, King Brandubh and the devils, 

from the Book of Lecain. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 195 

7. The wanderings of Snedgus and Max Rigail, from 

MS. H. 2. 16. in T.C.D. 

8. Preface to the Amra Columcille from the same. 

9. Columcille and the King of Albain's daughter, 

from the same. 

10. Story of Conor Mac Nessa, King of Ulster, from 
the same. 

11. Extract from the Life of Diarmid Mac Fergus; 
from the same. 

12. Death of Aedh Mac Ainmire, from the Book of 
Lecain. 

13. Legend of Inbher Ailbhine, from the Book of 
Ballymote. 

14. The Visions of Adamnan, from the Leabhar 
Breac. 

15. St. Ruadhan and King Diarmait, from the same. 

16. Adamnan and Finnachta, from a vellum MS. in 

Mr. Mason's possession. 
' All the above except No. 2 were copied and trans- 
lated by Eugene Curry, and this collection so 
made is unique.' 

17. Translation by Curry of the Cain of Adamnan 
(Lex Adamnani), from the Old Book of Rathboth 
(Raphoe). 

1107 4to. 

The Martyrology of Donegal (printed text) with 
Notes and Identifications by W. Reeves, D.D. 

' The identifications of places in this vohime are the 
result of much labour and experience. Many of them are 
not to be found elsewhere.' 

1108 4to. 

An Irish Calendar taken from the Martyrologium 
Dungallense, with an Index Hominum and Iden- 
tification of Places in the margin, many of which 
are not to be found elsewhere, 
o 2 



iq6 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1109 4to min. 

1. Vita S. LasreanI Lethglenensis, from Acta SS. 

2. Vita S. Colmani Ela from E. 3. 11. T.C.D. (175). 

3. Vita S. Macnissii from Acta SS. 

1110 4to min. 

Vitae SS. Kiliani et sociorum ; S. Donnani et socc. ; 
S. Disibodi ; S. Arbogasti Argentoratensis ; S. 
Ronani Armoricani ; S. Adalgisii; S. Concordis; 
S. Ultani ; S. Wironis. From the Acta Sanc- 
torum. 

nil fol. 

Vita S. Kentigerni flocelini) copied from Pinkerton*s 
edition (Vitae Antiquae Sanctorum, etc.). Col- 
lated with the MS. in Marsh's Library (V. 3. 4. 
16). 

1112 fol. 

Lives of St. Patrick : 

1. The Irish text of the Tripartite Life, taken from a 

MS. in the British Museum (Egerton 93). (This 
is a copy from Dr. Whitley Stokes' transcript), 
with a literal translation by John O'Donovan, and 
a collation of a Bodleian MS. (Rawlinson B. 
512). 

2. The Irish text of the Life contained in theLeabhar 

Breac with a literal translation by O'Donovan. 

1113 fol. 
Adamnanus de Locis Sanctis. 

1114 4to min. 

Adamnanus de Locis Sanctis, from Mabillon, with 
collation of the Cottonian Codex. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 197 

1115 fol. 

Life of Adamnan in Irish, with translation and notes. 

1116 fol. 

Vision of Adamnan : 

1. The Irish text of the Leabhar Breac, with the diffe- 

rent readings from the Leabhar na hUidhri. 

2. Two translations, one by 0'Curr3% the other from 

the text of the Leabhar na hUidhri, with notes. 

3. A copy of the text from the Leabhar na hUidhri, 

with translation. Interleaved. 

4. The Supplement or ' Second Vision,' in Latin and 

English. 

1117 fol. 

Index Graecitatis to the works of Flavins Josephus, 
* vastly augmented from the Indexes in Hudson 
and Havercamp.' 

1118 fol. 

An earlier draft of the same. 

1119 fol. 

Translation of Josephus' History of the Jewish Wars 
(books I and 2) in the handwriting of Rev. Rob. 
Traill, Rector of Skull, with interpaged notes by 
Wm. Reeves; written about 1839. 

1120 fol. 

Sir James Ware's History of the Bishops of Ireland : 
Dublin, 1764, interleaved largely, and parted 
into three volumes. In the margin and inter- 
leaves Dr. Reeves has given all the matter con- 
tained in Dr. J. H. Todd's interleaved ' Ware's 
Bishops,' now in the University Library, Cam- 
bridge, as well as much that is not in that volume. 



198 CATALOGUE OF MA NU SCRIPTS, 

In a note Dr. Reeves writes : * I can unhesita- 
tingly affirm that this 3 volume collection is the 
fullest and by far the richest and fullest accession 
to ** Ware's Bishops " that is now known to exist.* 
3 vols. 

1121 fol. 

The Life of Archbishop William King, D.D., written 
in Latin by himself, and transcribed from his 
Autograph contained in a volume of his letters 
preserved in the Public Library of Armagh, with 
an English Summary, by another hand; to which 
are added : A most copious list of this Prelate's 
Publications, and an account of the various 
writings to which his works gave rise among 
Dissenters both Protestant and Roman Catholic, 
compiled by William Reeves, D.D., 1867. 

1122 

Letters to Archbishop King chiefly from Geo. Toilet, 

1679 to 1696. 
Also : Letters from various correspondents (Abp. 

Marsh, Mr. John Parnell, Dr. Thos. Parneli, 

Robert Pearson and others, 1700 to 1713. (All 

originals.) 

1123 

Sermons by Archbishop King. 

1124 fol. 

History of the Congregation of St. Maur (apparentl}' 
intended for publication). 

1125 fol. 

Alphabetical List of Members of the Congregation, 
with references to the books in which they are 
mentioned. With a list of the Succession of the 
Generals of the Congregation. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 199 

1126 +to. 

Another list containing memoirs and bibliography 
of the persons named, with extracts from various 
books relating to them. 

1127 +to. 

Scriptores Antiqui Ecclesiastici, quorum Opera a 
Monachis Congregationis S. Mauri edita vel 
illustrata sunt. 

Some account of other works by members of the 
order. 

1128 4to. 

* The Annals of Ulster,' translated from O' Conor's 
* Rerum Hib. Scriptores.' Extract from the 
Ulster Manual of Archaeology, 1853, with some 
MS. notes (to a.d. 601, only). 

1129 fol. 

Two Extracts from the Book of Leinster translated, viz. 
Boruma and the Battle of Dunbrog. 

1130 fol. 

A transcript of the Liber Hymnorum. 

1131 fol. 

Copy of Leabhar Gabhala, or Book of Invasions. 

1132 fol. 

Copy of Annals of Innisfallen. 

1133 
James Spottiswode, D.D., Bishop of Clogher. 

1. His Act Sermon copied for Dr. Reeves from the 

almost unique copy in the British Museum. 

2. His Life by Father Augustine Hay, as printed in 

the Spotiswode Miscellany, collated by Wm. 
Reeves with the MS. published from the Auchin- 
leck Library by Sir Alex. Boswell. 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1134 4to. 

Notes on the Life of Bp. James Spottiswoode in 
alphabetical order, by Wm. Reeves. 

1135 fol. 

1. Translation of the Voyage of Maildan from the 

Leabhar na hUidhri by W. M. Hennessy. 

2. The Vision of Mac Conglinne, transl. by W. M. 

Hennessy, with the original Irish. 

3. Poem on Aedh, in Irish, with translation. 

1136 

A portfolio containing miscellaneous papers of W. 
M. Hennessy, including: 

Notes on the number nine in folk-lore, &c. 

Monastic Rules from Irish MSS., viz. Cain Emine ; Riagail 
in Coimded inso ; Riagail Ciarain annso ; Riagail Ailbhe ; 
Riagail Cormac in. Cuilennan inso. 

Extracts from the ' Book of Lecan,' and from the ' Book 
of Leinster : Senchas naoim Erenn Aidheadh Muircertaich 
maci Erca. Celebrated women of Ireland. 

Miscellaneous notes and letters relating to Irish matters. 

1137 
A portfolio containing miscellaneous papers of Bp. 
Reeves, including : 

A collection relating to the Church of Penkridge, Staffs. 

Extracts from O'Donnell's Life of St. Columbkille in the 
Bodleian Library: by J. O. D., with translation. 

Riagail na Celed nde Omoelruain cc [cecinit], Irish' text 
with translation. 

* Cain Adamnain,' Irish text with translation, apparently 
by John O'Donovan. 

Extract from the ' Book of Lismore.' 

Table of Contents to the Register ' Crede Mihi.' 

1138 
A portfolio containing : 
Edmund Getty's Collection on the Great Inquisition 

of the Earl of Ulster (de Burgo). 
M'Adam's Translation of O'Mellan's Journal. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 201 

Notice of a MS. vol. of Irish Saints' Lives in the 
Irish Franciscan Convent of S. Isidore, Rome ; 
By Chas. Count Mac Donnell (or O'Donnell). 

Letter of Father Stephen Whyte, S.J., to Father John 
Colgan, O.S.F., Dublin, 31 Jan. 1640. Copied 
from the original in the same convent, by 
Count Mac Donnell. 

List of biographies of Irish Saints from a Catalogue 
of the ^IS. and printed books found after Colgan's 
death in his room in the Convent of St. Anthony 
of Padua, Louvain (Count Mac Donnell). 

Notice of an Autograph MS. of Marianus Scotus, 
alias Muiredach mac Robartaigh in the Imperial 
Library in Vienna (Cod. Theol. Bibl. Palat. Caes. 
viii. D. 26, No. 1247), being his text of, and in- 
terlinear gloss and comm. on, the Epistles of St. 
Paul. With fac-simile (Count Mac Donnell). 

• Incipit Tipicus ac Tropologicus Ejusdem Genealo- 
giae Intellectus Quem Scs Aileranus Scottorum 
Sapientissimus exposuit.' From a Vienna MS. 
(Cod. Membr. Theol. vi. C. i) (more complete 
than the St. Gall text which Fleming published). 
With notes on St. Aileran by Count MacDonnell. 



1139 4to min. s. xvii. 

History of Wars in the North of Ireland, 1642— 1646; 
imperfect. 



1140 4to mill., s. xvii. 

Martyrologium Hibernicum ; ex vetustissimis mem- 
branis charactere Hib. . . . especially the Mart3r- 
ologium Tamlachtense, dated 1658. The several 
parts are endorsed ' Pro R. P. Bollando,' and 
have at the top of the first page ' Accepi Lovanio 
a P. P. Miner. Hibernis, 1685.' Incomplete. 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1141 4to min. 

On the Monastery of Honau, on the Rhine, extracted 
from the Proceedings^ R./.A., vol. vii., with copies 
of the charters as printed by Mabillon, and other 
matter. 

1142 8vo. 

Bp. Clayton on the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds, 
as republished with Memoirs in 1876; with MS. 
additions and biography by Dr. Reeves. 

1143 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Extracten uyt het Recueil Militair. * Dit Register is 
een Vervolg op het Boekje geintituleerd ex- 
tracten uyt het Recueil Militair in 't Jaar 1741 
te 's Hertogenbosch gedrukt.' 

The articles are alphabetically arranged, and the dates are 
from 1 741 to 1754 (Fagel Library). 

1144 

Arngrimis Jonae, Gronlandiae aliqualis Geographia 
(imperfect). 

1145 4to chart. 

I. — Origine de la Revolution arrivee k Geneve 
dans la Religion dont le Canton de Berne 
fut la Cause et le Mobile. 

This and the following iq numbers were presented by 
Charles, Count de Meuron, T.C.D. 

1146 fol. chart. 

II. — Extrait de I'histoire de Geneve ecrite par 
Mons^ Galther, Professeur en Philosophie a 
Geneve touchant la Reformation de la d* 
Ville. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 203 

1147 4to chart. 

III. — I. Memoires sur la Reformation Tirez des 
Registres Publics. 

2. Sommaire des Droits pretendus par le Due 

de Savoye sur la Ville de Geneve. 

3. Deffenses des Seigneurs de Geneve contra 

les Dues de Savoye. 

4. Inventaire de Diverses Pieces (relating to 

the same). 

5. Apologie ou libre Discours au Due de S. 

6. Traite entre Berne et Geneve 1558. 

7. Maniere de Creer les Syndics en I'an 1364. 

8. Procuration faite aux Syndics et Conseil 

pour aller au devant I'Empereur 1365. 

9. Deffi des Seigneurs de Berne a son Altesse 

de Savoye 1536. 

10. Proces contre Michel Servet de Villeneuve. 

11. Proces de Phiiibert Blondel. 

12. Tertia Responsio Michaelis Serveti ad Cal- 

vinum ; ex autographo in Bibl. Genevensi 
servato. 

13. A history of Servetus. 

1148 4.10 chart. 

rv. — I. Chronique du Pais de Vaux. 

2. Lettre d'un Personage de Marque . . . 

touchant le moyen de dresser un corps 
d'histoire de la Ville de Geneve. 

3. Initium et Progressus Reformationis quae 

facta est Genevae ab anno 1535 (auctore 
Bened. Turretino). 

4. Lettre de M. de la Barde au Roy de 

France. 

5. Coutumes, Ordonnances, Franchises, etc., 

de Geneve, traduites de Latin en Francais 
par Noble Michel Montyon (publ. 1507). 



204 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, 

6. Letter of Confirmation from Felix V., Anti- 
pope (previously Amadeus VIII. of Savoy). 

7—10. Pretensions de Savoye, Reponses de 

Geneve, etc. 
II. Epistola Cromwelli (Gronvelli). Treaties 
of alliance between Berne and Geneva, 
1558; France, Geneva, and the Cantons 
of the League, 1579 ; Zurich, Berne, and 
Geneva, 1584. 

1149 4to chart. 

V. — I. Locarnensis Persecutio, by Daniel Aurelius. 

2. Letters of Agostino Macriardo * a li dilett""^ 

fratelli di Locarno,' 1555. 

3. Minutes of two meetings of ' li fratelli della 

chiesa di Locarno.' 

4. Letter from Celso Martinenzo, 1555. 

1150 4to chart. 

VI. — Reponses aux Questions de Mylord Townshend 
sur I'histoire et le gouvernement de Geneve. 
Par Mr. Chouet, ancien Premier Syndic de 
Geneve. 

1151 4to chart. 

VII.— Serment des Vidomnes et de leurs Lieutenants. 
Formulaire de la Reception des Bourgeois aui 

tems de I'Eveque. ' i 

Abrege de la Declaration du Due de Savoie enj 

faveur de Geneve pour la Liberte des 

Denrees en 1457. 
Extrait d'un Registre du Parlement de Paris. 

Es annees 1453— 1457. 
Abrege de la Declaration du Juge Conserva-' 

teurde la Cour du petit Seaude Montpellier 

en faveur de Geneve en 14 16. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 205 

Remise d'un Criminel au Due de Savoie en 

1424. 
Remarques sur les Eveques de Geneve. 
Traite entre le Due de Savoie et Berne pour 

raison des Seigneuries de Vaux Gex, etc., 

1.563-4- 
Traite Perpetuel fait par la Royalle Majeste et 
Couronne de France pour la Conservation et 
Deffense de la cite de Geneve et son Terri- 
toire avec les Magnifiques Puissans et tres 
honorez Seigneurs de Berne et de Soleurre 

1579- 

Proces du Capitaine Isaac Gautier, 1633. 

Touchant Mad^'^ de St. Andre et le Comte de 
Commieres. 

Proces Criminel de Pierre Canal, Citoien de 
Geneve en 16 10, et quelques remarques sur 
I'histoire de la meme Ville. 

Entreprise de Louis de Comboursier S^ du 
Terrail, etc., Viscomte de Ravel etc., execute 
a Geneve le 19^ Avril 1609. 

Entreprise du Sieur de Raconis sur la Ville de 
Geneve, 1582. 

Coppie des Charmes qui furent trouvez aux 
Savoiards dans leurs Pochettes lors de 
I'escalade. 

Copies de Diverses Lettres. Lettre de Con- 
gratulation ecrite par la Seigneurie de 
Geneve a sa IMajeste de Boheme, 16 19; 
Lettre de Conjouissance a S. A. E. Palatine, 
1699 ; Lettre de Mons. le Landgrave de 
Hessen a sa Majeste tres Chretienne, 1662 ; 
Lettre de son Altesse Electorale de Bran- 
denbourg a la Seigneurie de Geneve, 1662 ; 
Lettre de son Altesse Electorale de Bran- 
denbourg a sa Majeste tres Chretienne, 
1662. 



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Guillelmus 3"% Dei Gratia Angliae Franciae 
et Hiberniae Rex — Amplissimis Consulibus 
et Senatoribus Civitatis Genevensis amicis 
nostris perdilectis, 1689. 

1152 4to chart. 

VIII. — Memoires touchant la Famille de Calendrin. 

Memoires concernans Michel Burlamachi et sa 

famille (par Mdlle. sa fille). 
Memoires de M''. Pompee Diodati touchant sa 

vie et les grandes graces qu'il avoit recu de 

Dieu. Ecrits par lui en Italien. 
Memoire pour les Italiens retires k Geneve au 

sujet de I'Evangile. 
Memoire pour le Consistoire Italien. 
Memoires concernant I'Eglise Italienne de 

Geneve tirees des Registres du Consistoire. 
Memoires touchant la famille de Minutoli de 

Luques (1720, 178 pp.). 

1153 4to chart. 

IX. — Etat present du Gouvernement de . . . Geneve 
tant civil q'Ecclesiastique. 

1154 4to chart. 

X. — Reponse a la lettre anonyme concernant les 
Impots. (239 pp.) 

1155 4to chart. 

XI. — Copie des Memoires de Francois de Bonnivard, 
Prieur de St. Victor. (149 pp.) 

1156 fol. chart. 

XII. — Chronique de Geneve, par Fran9ois de Bonni- 
vard. (935 pp.) 

This differs very considerably from the printed edition, 
Geneve, 1831, and is frequently much fuller. 

XIII. is wanting. . I 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 207 

1157 fol. chart. 

XIV. — Letters : Calvin to the pastors of the Church of 
Zurich, 1557. 

The Church of the Italians at Geneva to the 
same. 

Johannes Jungius to Henr. Bullinger. 

The Churches in Poland (' dat. in S^'nodo Pin- 
zoniae, 1562') 'omnibus Ecclesiis in Cristo 
Jesu per Germaniam, Helvetiam, etc' 

' Relatio ad amplissimum Magistratum Tiguri 
facta 22 Nov., 1563. D.Bernhardini [Ochini] 
librum concernens,' with other documents 
relating thereto. 

P>om Poland to the Pastors, Doctors, etc., in 
the Church of Zurich, signed Nicholas 
Radziwill, 14 Sept., 1564, and 10 Oct., 1564 
(relative to the Socinian controversy). 

Sigismund Augustus, King of Poland, ' datae 
in Conventione generali Parcoviensi, 6 Aug., 

1564- 
Henry Bullinger to Wolfgang Wissemburg, 

20 Sept., 1569. 

Wolfgang Waidner ' Wormatiensis' to Henry 
Bullinger, 1554. 

1158 fol. chart. 

XV. — Petition of Carolus Franciscus Petronius Locar- 
nensis to the Senate of Berne, followed by a 
narration of his troubles in Latin elegiacs. 
Letter from Aug. Maynard to Henr. Bullinger, 

21 Sept., 1548. 
Ditto from Joh. Andreas de Ugeribus to the 

same, Idib. Jan., 1550. 
Letter of Commendation of P. Joseph jMarcin 

from Joh. Jac. Huldricus. 
Letter from Julius Terentianus, dated 20 Nov., 

Argentinae, 1553, addressed to Johannes — , 

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Supplications for pecuniary help from several 
persons. 

Letters to Bullinger from various correspon- 
dents (including one from Tobias Iconius, 
entitled * Descriptio incendii urbis Curiensis 
quae est in Rhetia, 1574, 23 lulii incepti,' 
dated 1574, 30 lulii et 3 Aug., 16^ pp.). 

1159 4to chart. 

XVI. — Some Chronicles of Geneva, from 1528 to 1582, 
very irregularly arranged. They include the 
Proces de Gruet and Proces de Bolsec. 

1160 fol. chart. 

Panciroli (Guido), Regii Lepidi Historia. (Latin.) 

See * Rerum historicarum patriae suae libri 8.' Regii 
Lepidi, 1847; An Italian translation appeared in 1846-8, 
'Storia delta Citt^ di Reggio.' 

1161 fol. chart. 

Short biographical and bibliographical notices of 
Italian writers of the i6th century connected with 
the Reformation (in Latin). 

The longest notices are those of Franc. Bettus, Jac. 
Acontius, Guil. Gratarolus, August. Mainardus, Max Marti- 
nengus. Large spaces were originally left between the 
notices, and these have been used as a common-place book, 
the extracts being mostly in English (probably written by 
the father of Count Charles de Meuron). There are some 
Italian verse translations from Anacreon, etc. 

1162 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Treatise on the sources of the royal revenue in Spain, 
with project for reforms in the manner of im- 
posing and collecting the contributions, 'primero 
. . . que no recaiga [la contribucion] sobre los 
comestibles y geiceros de primera necessidad que 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 209 

consume el pobre ; sino que facilite la libertad 
de la agrlcultura, comercio, e industria nacional.* 
(206 pp., impf.) 

Written after 1790, apparently in pursuance of orders 
from the King. 

1163 
A parcel containing : — 

1 . A detailed criticism (in Italian) of some treatise 

(not named) on Poetr}% especially with 
respect to Hebrew Poetr}% and on the excel- 
lency of the Hebrew language. There are 
two copies, foul and fair. 

2. Some original .verses in Italian, perhaps by 

D. Ferrari, whose name is inscribed in some 
of the preceding volumes (imperfect). 

3. Some fragmentary papers. 

1164 fol. chart. 

The Case of Caius Hostilius Mancinus, collected from 
Florus, Li\y, Cicero, Plutarch, and other writers. 
A foul and a fair copy. 

1165 4to, s. xviii. • 

Diario de Navegac°° hecho . . . p*" D° Miguel Diaz 
de Laandero y Cordoba [to Guatemala, Mexico, 
etc.] With coloured diagram of the Ptolemaic 
system, (a.d. 17 14— 17 17). 

Presented by J. H. Reddan. 

1166 fol. 

I. Records of Consecrations of Irish Bishops and 
Archbishops from a.d. 1535—6. From a MS. 
supplied to Hon. and Rev. A. P. Perceval by 
Rev. C. R. Elrington, D.D., Reg. Prof. Divinity, 



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Dublin. Collated with Harris' Ware by Rev. 
C. H. Davis. 

From this MS. the copy was made which was published 
in the Irish Church Journal, 1856, edited by Rev. W. 
Fitzgerald (afterwards Bishop of Cork, and subsequently of 
Killaloe). A copy was also published in the Irish Eccles. 
Gazette, 1866. The list is here continued to 1872 by Mr. 
Davis. 

2. List of Consecrations of Scottish Bishops from 

A.D. 1661. 

3. List of Consecrations of American Bishops from 

1784. 

4. Petition of the Archbishops and Bishops to the 

Duke of Ormond, Lord Lieutenant, claiming to 
have a Convocation (1702). The original docu- 
ment, with the signatures. 

1167 4to. 

List of Irish Bishops from 1560—1849, with dates of 
consecration, and names of consecrating bishops. 

(In the handwriting of Rev. C. R. Elrington, D.D. Pre- 
sented by Rev. Dr. Stubbs.) 

1168 16" X 6", s. xix. 

A history- of the Bishops of Rome to Clement VIII., 

* compiled by Fredrick {sic) Jacaud from the best 
authorities on the subject.' 

Prepared for publication. 

1169 4to. 

Madrlgali di Cipriano dl Rore a quattro Voci. 

1170 4to, s. xviii. 

Records of various Forms of Judgments in Criminal 
Causes under the heads : Treason ; Misprisions 
of Treason and Felony; Praemunire, Felony: 
Force, Fraud, Omissions ; Other Abuses ; with 

* The Fforme of Records.' 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 211 

1171 4to, s. xviil. 
Notata Ch. Ottonis ad Institutiones. 

1172 4to, s. xix. 

The Woman's Parliament, 1697. An Appendix of 
Contents. A Dialogue between Death and the 
Patient, originally written in Irish by Denis 
O'Daly, Abbot of Boyle * in 1514 or 1154/ 
translated by John Collins in 1816; followed by 
moral extracts from various writers. 

1173 4to, s. xvii. 

1. Sermons by Archbishop Ussher on the Six Wit- 

nesses. 

2. Sermons by Mr. Person. 

These Ussher Sermons are referred to by Elrington, Life 
of Ussher, p. 284. 

1174 5"x4". 

Douzaine de Sermons pour le i*"" jourde I'an et pour le 
2^ dimanche de Nohel prononcer dans I'egl. Ref. 
de Chalancon en Vivarck aux annees 1670—75, 
par Theophile Blanc. 

1175 4to, s. xix. 

The Lamentation of Erard MacCoise, Chief Chronicler 
of the Gaels, on the Tomb of Fergal O'Ruairc, 
King of Breffny. Irish text, with Latin and 
English translations and Notes, by John O' Dono- 
van. 

1176 4to, s. xix. 

The Repertorium Viride of Abp. Alan ; a transcript 
of the copy formerly belonging to General Val- 
iancy, collated with that in Marsh's Library, by 
the Rev. Edw. Groves. 

(Presented by Rev. Dr. H. C. Groves.) 
P 2 



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1177 4to, s. xviii. 

Traite de la Musique Moderne, avec quelques 
Remarques sur la Musique Ancienne. Par 
AQphonse] D[es] Vpgnoles] mdccii. Inserted : 
Regies pour raccompagnement des Basses— Con- 
tinues. 

1178 fol., ss. xvii., xviii. 

A Collection of Letters and other Documents relating 
to Irish matters in the 17th and i8th centuries. 

1. Copy of the Connor portion of a 'Ledger Book or 
Terrier of Down and Connor' (of the date 161 5), formerly 
preserved in the archives of the See, but now not to be 
found. 

2. Copy of His Majesty's Letter of Oct. 1639, for the 
Judges and Serjeants at Law in Ireland to be of the Coif, 
and to have the like habits and ornaments as the Judges and 
Serjeants at Law in England, 

3. Ordinance of the Lords and Commons of England 
relating to the Irish Rebellion in 1641, signed Wm. Lenthall, 
Speaker. 

4. Copy of the ' humble Petition and Declaration of the 
Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons in Parliament 
assembled ' to the Lords Justices and Council, urging the 
enforcement of the laws against recusants, 23 June, 1642. 

5. Entitled 'The Trecheryand Disloyalty of Pa' {sic. i.e., 
as it seems, ' Parliament'), 1643. It appears to be a collec- 
tion of references to precedents and authorities in favour of 
the supremacy of parliament which, however, is nowhere 
called by that name. A symbol is used also for 'king.' 

Letters from the authorities at Cork House, Dublin, to 
Hugh Campbell, Collector of Customs at Donaghadee, 1670, 
167s, i676. 

Several letters from Sir John Temple, Duke of Ormonde, 
the Lords Justices, and others, to Sir Rob. Colvill, Governor 
of Antrim (originals), with copies of his replies; 1692-1694, 
including letters about one Dicson who spoke treasonable 
words the day the king was proclaimed, dated Feb. i68|. 

Articles of Limerick, 3rd Oct. 1691. 

(Appears to be an original draft.) 

List of Payments to the Militia of Antrim, 16 Jan. 1691. 

List of the officers of the same. 

List of Belfast Militia Company mustered 18 May, 1692, 
when that Company refused to march. 



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Statement of Militia Accounts, 20 May, 1692. 

Warrants for seizing arms and horses belonging to Roman 
Catholics or disaffected persons, 1692. 

Sundry other warrants. 

List of Horses, etc., of Sir Rob. Colvill. 

Letters from the Marquis of Annandale to Archibald 
Campbell, 1711-1714. 

Other private letters. 

The Case of Thomas, Earl of Wharton, and Lucia his 
Lady against Sir Arthur Shaen for the lordship of Trym and 
Moyarr. 

List of the Clergy of Meath in arrear to the Primate for 
his triennial visitations, 1760. 

Copy of two policies of Insurance on the life of Dr. 
Carmichael, Bp. of Meath, afterwards Abp. of Dublin, 1765, 
with other papers relating thereto. 

1179 

Vol. I. — Papers relating to Affairs of State In Ireland, 
formerly belong-ing to Sir Robert Southwell and 
to Edward Southwell, Esq., Principal Secretaries 
of State in Ireland, 3 vols. fol. et 4to, from the 
Librar}' of Sir Thomas Phillipps. 

1. Account of the Earl of Mount Alexander, 10 Aug., 
1704. 

2. From the office of Ordnance with the State of their 
account of money due from Ireland, 22 Feb., i']\\. 

3. List of Ammunitions, etc., for six field pieces. 

4. Abstract of Receipts and Payments in the Treasury, 
2ist to 28th Feb.. 1701. 

5. Copy of Letter from the Comm" of the Treasury to the 
Lords Justices respecting money due for Arms, etc., 13 Nov., 
1710. 

6. Copy of Commission of Inquiry respecting the property 
of rebels which had been unlawfully seized. 

7. Letter from Arthur Bushe, Custom House, Dublin, to 
Sir Rob. Southwell, 17 July, 1690. 

8. Petition to disallow the proviso made in favour of Sir 
Richard and Sir Henry Ingoldsby (no date). 

9. Names of Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses returned 
to serve in the Parliament begun and held at Dublin, 27th 
Aug., 1695 (broad sheet, printed, but with marks in MS. 
showing who are friends to the Lord Chancellor and the 
late Government and who are not). 



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10. Copy of Letter from the Lords of the Treasury to the 
Comm" of the Great Seal in Ireland respecting the disposal 
of lands, 23 June, 1690. 

11. The Charge, Remaine, and Expenses of the Ordnance 
Stores of the Descent Traine sent under . . . the Duke of 
Ormond in Spain in 1702, 

12. Barrack Masters and their Districts, 1703. 

13. Ordnance Accompt of Contingencies for year ending 
31st December, 1712. 

14. Answer to Reasons offer'd by the Engineer Gen', why 
he is not under the command of the Master of Ordnance. 

15. Instructions for our Principall Engineer in Ireland, 
signed by Sunderland (copy). 

16. A State of the Master Gen. of the Ordnance's case as 
to his having all Engineers under his command, 22 Nov., 
1710. 

17. Instructions for Wm. Robinson, Esq., respecting 
Stores, Fortifications, etc., Endorsed ' President for In- 
structions to the Principall Engineer given by Sir James 
Cuff,' 21 June, 1677. 

18. Letter from C. Musgrave relative to the question 
between the Master of Ordnance and the Principal Engineer, 
27 March, 1703, to which is added a note by Lieut. Gen. 
Erie, 4th Oct., 1710. 

19. An exact account how affairs stand now in Limmerick, 
by Wm. Floyd, n.d. 

20. Anne R. to the Earl of Rochester, Lord Deputy, re- 
questing repayment of charge for Ordnance Stores, 14 Nov., 
1702. 

21. Generall State of the National Account for two years, 
from 25th March, 17 19, to 25th March, 1721. 

22. Abstract of Cash for the week ended the 14th of July, 
17 1 3 (original, signed W. Burgh, Accomp*. Gen^). 

23. Payments made on his Majesties Letters in two years 
from Lady Day, 1719, to Lady Day, 1721. 

24. Abstracts of Receipts and Payments at the Treasury 
Office, Dublin, for the same period (signed John Pratt, 
Dep. Rec'. Gen^ 

25. The same from Midsummer, 1717, to Midsummer, 
1719. 

26. Reasons humbly offered to the consideration of Parlia- 
ment for taking off the Prohibition, and giving leave to the 
Importation of Irish Cattel (broadsheet; printed, n.d.). 

27. A State of the Hereditary Revenue and additionall 
Dutys from 25th March, 17 19, to 25th March, 1721. 

28. Charge of the Establishment and other Expenses of 
Government for Midsummer Quarter, 1721. 



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29. The same for two years ending March, 1721. 

30. Abstract of the Publick Account at Lady Day, 17 19. 

31. A State of the Hereditary Revenue, etc., from Mid- 
summer, 1717, to Lady Day, 17 19. 

32. Abstract of Payments on King's Letters for the same 
period. 

33. A Generall Abstract of the Accounts of HerMajestie's 
Revenue from Christmas, 169+, to Christmas, 1709. 

1180 

Vol. 2. — Papers of Sir Rob. Southwell (continued). 

1. The Declaration and Protestation of the Lords Spiritual 
and Temporal and Commons in Parliament assembled, 
asserting the right of Parliament to hear and determine 
cases of Treason and other Crimes, May 24, 1641, with their 
letter to the King. 

2. Reasons that may be given if any of the Lords shall 
think fitt to enter their protest. (This relates to the same 
question.) 

3. Presidents of Appeals and writts of error in the House 
of Lords in Ireland (coming down to 1695). 

4. 5, 9. Speeches in Parliament of Sir Henneage ffinch in 
favour of importing Irish Cattell, at the first, second, and 
third readings of the Bill. 

6. Draft of a bill for admitting Irish Cattle. 

7, 8. What England suffers by prohibiting the importa- 
tion. 

10. Table of Irish exports, March 25, 1641, before the 
Warrs ; Dec. 25, 1665, during the Cattle trade, and Dec. 
25, 1669, after the Cattle trade. 

11. Reasons for taking off the Prohibition, etc. (broad- 
side, printed ; as in vol. i.. No. 22). 

12. Observations by Sir VVm. Petty on the Trade of Irish 
Cattle. 

13. An Account of what took place in Parliament, 4th 
Nov. 1678, respecting the Duke of Ormonde. 

14. Irish Contingencies, 1689. 

15. A Discourse of the methods to be observed for the 
speedy Reduction of Ireland (by Mr. Cox, 2nd Dec. 1689). 

16. Permission to land 100 Pipes of Madeira duty free, 
6 May, 1690. 

17. Letter from Jas. Strangways to Sir Rob. Southwell, 
about Mr. Crosby, 30 May, 1690. 

18. William R., Order respecting the disorderly pressing 
of Horses, etc., by the officers and soldiers of our Army, 
20 June, 1690. 



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19. A Commission to three persons to examine the 
accounts of the army. 

20. Affidavit of Wm. Handcock respecting the Seizure of 
Sir Michael Creagh's goods, 15 July, i6go. 

21. Articles exhibited by Peter Scares against Capt, David 
Heard for wrong done to several of his Majesty's subjects. 

22. Account of the stores found in their Majesties' stores 
of Drogheda, 31 Aug., i6go. 

23. Proposals of Capt. Knox, Governor of Wexford, 29 
Aug., 1690. 

24. List of store ships under the convoy ofthe 'Ruby' from 
Dublin to Waterford, 28 Aug., 1690. 

25. Names of some contractors in Limerick summoned 
for 22 Aug. 

26. List of Reformed Officers ordered by his Majesty to be 
provided for in the first vacancies. Camp before Limerick, 
15 Aug., 1690. 

27. Proposals for preventing the irregularity of such of 
the Army as Scamper from the Royal Camp pretending for 
provision, 15 Aug., 1690. 

28. Petition of several Protestant Gentlemen of the Co. 
Limerick to the King, asking for arms for his poor Pro- 
testant subjects to defend themselves against the formidable 
parties ofthe enemies' scattered Army which waste and burn 
the country in general. 

29. Cashel. List of Aldermen, 5 Aug., 1690. 

30. Brief Journal of His Ma*'" Progress in Ireland, 1690, 
June 14 to Sept. 5. 

31. Copy of Mr. T.'s letter to his brother ofthe State of 
Irish affairs, 13 Dec, 1690, 

32. Letter of the Grand Juries of the City and Co. of 
Limerick about Lieut. Rowland Cusake. 

33. Affidavit of Thos. Samuel about the loss of his cattle, 
3 Feb., 169^. 

34. Petition of Sir Stephen Evante to the Queen touching 
the supply of arms, Feb. 169^. 

35 . Abuses in the Army in Ireland, 4 Ap., 1 69 1 . 

36. Proclamation by the Lords Justices offering pardon 
and other concessions to all who submit within three weeks» 
7 July, 1 69 1 . (On the last page is a series of observations in 
which it is stated that this is the second edition of this 
Proclamation with additions. Both proclamations ' were 
studiously concealed from the Protestants of this Kingdom, 
and are soe at this moment soe that the coppy I send you 
herewith is a great Rarety.' The writer states further that 
when it was presented in Council it was unanimously rejected, 
notwithstanding which it was afterwards thus promoted by 



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the Lords Justices and Generall. 'These Termes are In- 
tailing misery on this Kingdome and Perpeluall Trouble 
and Expense on England.' 

37. Draft order for Courts of Gaol delivery to be held 
fortnightly, 8 Aug., 1690. See vol. 3, No. 20. 

38. Letter from Rt. Hon. Richard Cox, Governor of Cork, 
giving an account of the Campaign, 8 Oct., i6gi, and en- 
closing address to him from the Grand Jury of the Co. 
Cork with two exceptions, thanking him and praying him to 
remain. (Copies.) 

39. Irish Pay, i July, i6|f, to 25 Aug., 1691. 
(Ihis reads with No. 14.) 

40. Irish Pay and Contingencies and English Contin- 
gencies, Feb. 169^ to April 1697. 

41. Customs and Excise payments, 29 Feb. to 25 Dec, 
1699. 

42. Ammunition sent to several places, 1 700-1 702. 

43. Charge for enclosing the wood in the Phoenix Park, 
draining it, 14 Jan., 170!, and making a fishpond. 

44. Representation of the Grand Jury of Kerry respecting 
the security of Dingle Harbour, 31 5larch, 1705. 

45. Computation of making Platforms and mounting Guns 
at Carrickfergus, 31 July, 1705. 

46. Estimates by several gunsmiths for making new arms 
for her Majesty's service, 2 Aug., 1705. 

47. From the Board of Ordnance to the Lord High 
Treasurer respecting the supply of new arms endorsing the 
Duke of Ormonde's demand for Arms, 20 Sept., 1705. 

48. Another estimate for Platforms at Carrickfergus, 1705. 

49. Letter from the Office of Ordnance, London, to Mr. 
Secretar}- Southwell, 29 Jan., 1706, enclosing: 

Account of Arms delivered to several Regiments in 
Ireland (original, with the signatures). 

50. Letter from the Lords Justices (Abp. Marsh and Sir 
Rich. Cox, Chanc.) to the Duke of Ormonde respecting the 
contingent expenses of the Ordnance Office, 27 March, 
1707. 

51. Memorial to the Lord Treasurer respecting a contract 
for muskets to be made in Holland, and letter from the 
Board of Ordnance to Lieut. Gen. Ingoldsby ordering the 
same, 22 April, 1706. 

52. Copy of the Contract with John van Bylaart of 
Rotterdam, made in pursuance of the said order. 

53. Letter from J. White respecting a new way of pre- 
serving beef, and away of improving land, 9 July, 1706. 

54. Account of Ammunition and Tents in the several 
stores in Ireland, 2 Dec, 1706. 



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55. Estimateof Contingencies of the Ordnance, 25 March, 
1707. 

56. Copies of Letters relative to the Admiralty jurisdiction 
in Munster in the case of certain hogsheads of wine and 
vinegar which came ashore near Kinsale. From J. Burchett, 
Sec^. to the Lord High Admiral, 20 Aug., 1709 ; from the 
Lord Treasurer, 29 Sept., 1709, and from Edw. Southwell, 
20 Dec, 1709. 

57. Order of Council respecting arms, etc., for the new 
Arsenal in Dublin, 30 March, 1710, and estimate for the 
same, 8 June, 17 10. 

58. Letter from the Board of Ordnance to the Lord 
Lieutenant respecting the Duty demanded by the Comm". 
of Revenue on the Muskets from Holland, and on timber 
from Bristol, 30 July, 17 10. 

59. From the Board of Ordnance to the Lords Justices, 
respecting the insufficiency of the War Stores, 12 Sept., 
17 10, with consequent letter from Lord Dartmouth to the 
Board of Ordnance in London, 27 Sept., 17 10, and the reply 
of the latter Board, 30 Sept., 1710, with their letter to Mr. 
Southwell about the same, 16 Nov., 17 10. (The last men- 
tioned is the original ; the others are copies.) 

60. Account of the Proceedings of Sir James Jeffreys, 
Governor of Cork, in relation to the Imbarcation of four 
Regiments, etc., Dec, and Jan., 1710. 

61. Letter from Sir Rich. Cox, 22 Oct., 1713. 

62. A letter about some petition ; no date or signature. 

63. Copy of Capt. Corneille's letter about the powder 
magazine at Kinsale (in French). 

64. Powers of the Comm'■^ of Inquiry, n. d. 

65. A proposal for better securing the West India trade, 
and for hindering commerce between France and Ireland, 
and giving the Irish a considerable disturbance in the south 
near Cape Clear, n. d. 

66. An Essay for a Test against Whigs, addressed to his 
Grace [the Duke of Ormonde], n. d., and 'sent by I know 
not who.' 



1181 

Vol. 3 — Papers of Sir Robert Southwell (continued). 

I. Letter from Geo. Crofts to Sir Rob. Southwell, Cork, 
4 Dec, 1683. 

2-8. Letters from Alderman Christopher Crofts to Sir 
Rob. Southwell, 1686-1688. 

9. Aphorisms relating to the Kingdom of Ireland, 



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Humbly submitted to the Most Noble Assembly of Lords 
and Commons at the Great Convention at Westminster 
(printed): London, 1689 (dated in MS. 12 January, i68|. 

10. Munitions de la marine, et munitions de terre (come 
in the last convoy from France, 1689). 

11-13. Draft of Pass and Instructions for W. Crosby, 
7 March, i6f|. (There is a separate note that his pass was 
dated the 6*^ May, and that he went by coach on the 1 2*^ 
May.) He was to go to Dundalk and other places of 
strength, and to inquire what the forces of the enemy are, 
etc. 

14. Order of the Duke of Schonberg {sic) to the Collector 
of Belfast for the delivery- of prisage wine, 9 April, 1690. 

15. Mr. Coughlan's Report from the Committee at 
Dublin ' To the Quere what is fitt to be done for drawing 
in and protecting the Irish and others now in Armes 
against their sacred Majesties,' 6 July, 1690. 

16. List of Persons fiit to serve as sheriffs in Lymerick, 
Monaghan, Gahvay, Sligo, Kerry, and Clare (with the 
selected names ticked), 22 July, 1690, rec"*. from the Comm". 
of the Great Seale, 26. 

17. INIemorial of M. De I'Estang for certain troops en- 
camping in England. 

18. Account of Guns, etc., sent from Dublin, ii"* Aug., 
1690. 

19. Letter from A. Bushe about Wool Licences, 4 Aug., 
1690. 

20. Draft letter to 'Gentlemen' on the part of his 
Majesty, desiring them to send a draught order, directing a 
fortnightly gaol delivery. From the camp at Carrickenlish 
(Caherconlish), 8 Aug., 1690. See vol. 2, No. 37. 

21. Instructions for Warrants to seize corn of rebels, and 
to press labourers, 23 Aug., 1690. 

22. Letter from A. Bushe to Sir R. Southwell about 
money rec"*. for Wool Licences, 6 Sept., i6qo. 

23. Affidavit of Lewis Prytherch about cattle wrongly 
seized, 3 Feb., 1690, 

24. Copy of Letter from the Lords Justices to Lord 
Jersey, recommending Rev. Peter Browne for the vacant 
Provostship of Trinity College, 6 June, 1699. 

25. Copy of Letter from the Lords Justices desiring a 
Brevet of Major for Capt. Thomas Jones, and a Brevet of 
Captain for Lieut. John Jones, 25 May, 1699. 

26. Mr. J. Cox's charge to the Grand Jury of Cork, 'I 
believe in 1691.' 

27. Extract of a letter from Mr. Van Homrigh, 28 Sept., 
1691. 



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28. Letter from Mr. J. Wibault respecting stores, 26 
Aug., 1704. 

29-31. Letters from Col. Price, 1705. 

32. Letter from Rob. Rochford, Attorney General (with 
reference to the matter of Lord Chief Baron), 5 Feb., 

1705- 

33-36. Letters to the Board of Ordnance with reference 
to the proposed supply of arms from Holland (see preceding 
vol., 51, 52), 16 April, 20 May, 9 July, and 13 Aug., 1706. 

37 and 39-41. Letters from Col. Nicholas Price, 25 Oct., 
1706. 

38. From the Lord Chancellor, 14 Dec, 1706. 

42. Letter from Gen. Ingoldsby to Major Wibault, giving 
directions about the arms to be made in Holland, 8 Jan., 
1707. 

43. Letter of C. Hedges respecting the matter referred 
to in No. 56 of the preceding vol., 24 Aug., 1709. 

44. Letter from the Board of Ordnance about the pro- 
vision of small arms, 16 Nov., 17 10. 

45. From the Lord Chancellor to the Duke of Ormonde 
respecting the election of Lord Mayor, ' whether we shall 
be at Liberty to assert her Ma*''^ Prerogative, the Rights of 
the Government, and Liberties of the Citizens, or whether 
we are to Sacrifice all, and must approve such a Lord Mayor 
as your Recorder and his party will think fit to select,' 18 
March, 171 1. 

46. Account of moneys due to the Duke of Ormonde 
(1641 to 1660), n. d. 

47. Proposal of Henry Rugeley to be made Providore 
Generall of his Ma'^". Hospitalls in Ireland. 

48. Names of the late Protestant Aldermen in Drogheda. 

49. Mr. Hanbury's proposal for the price of Corne, 
n. d. 

50. As to the granting of Wool Licenses, n d. 

51. Another copy of No, 2 in the preceding vol. 

52. Protection not to be granted to three persons named 
till further inquiry. 

53. Certificate of Lord Mayor of Dublin as to sureties of 
Ignatius Browne, late sheriff. 



1182 fol. chart. 

The Letter book of the Commissary General's De- 
partment in Cork, from Feb. 2^, 1798, to Jan. 31, 
1802. 4 vols. ; 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 221 

1183 fol. chart. 

1. Diocese of Meath. Answers to the Queries of the 

Bishop by the several Incumbents of his Diocese 
in the year 1799, pp. 130. 

2. Diocese of Ossory, * The present exact state, both 

Ecclesiastical and Temporal,' thereof, pp. 5. 

The first three pages of 2 are copied from the White Book 
compiled by Bp. Otway in 1679. Then begins a chapter 
entitled ' The new Division of the Diocese of Ossory into 
rural Deaneries in the year 1795, by Thomas Lewis, Lord 
Bishop of Ossory.' It breaks off abruptly. The whole is 
in his handwriting. 

1184 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Collection of Papers relating to Great Britain and 
Ireland, copied from Pieresc's MSS. in the hands 
of the President De Mazaugues, at Aix, in Pro- 
vence, circa 1735. 

1. 'Ex Libro Censuali . . . Willelmi Regis Anglorum : 
Magnates superstites anno 20° Regis Willelmi Conquestoris, 
at quibus in Comitatibus Terras tenuerunt.' 

2. ' Cognomina eorum qui cum Gulielmo Conquestore 
Angliam ingressi sunt, ex Historia Jorvalensi, authore 
Johanne Bramptono Abbate Jorvalensi qui fl. an. 1 199.' 

3. ' Sequentia ex Tabula in IMonasterio de Bello vulgo 
Battail-Abbey cum hac superscriptione : Dicitur a bello 
Bellum locus hie quia Bello, etc' The list of names. 

4. On Henry the Seventh's Chapel at Westminster (ex- 
tract from Vasari, with transl. and note). 

5. ' Supplicatio Episcoporum et Cleri Anglicani [Can- 
tuarensis Provinciae] ad Sereniss. Philippum et Mariam 
Reges Angliae ' ' Ut Bona ecclesiastica (finito nunc schis- 
mate in Anglia) Possessionibus permaneant et ut ea quae 
ad Jurisdictionem nostram et Libertatem ecclesiasticam 
pertinant . , . restituantur,' 1554. 

6. Cardinal Pole's Dispensation with reference to the 
preceding Supplication, 1554. 

7. A similar Dispensation from Cardinal Pole in reference 
to Ireland, 1557. 

8. ' Henrico Francorum Regi . . . Populus Anglicus 
Reformatoresque hujus praesentis degeneratae ac calami- 
tosae Status Angliae S. P. D.' 11 May, 1555. 



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'M'. du Pay I'a Prise sur I'Original que M'. VKbh€ 
D'Aubasine a port6 k M'. de Lomenie.' The following Nos. 
to 1 6 are each marked ' copied as before.' 

9. Letters from the R. C. Bishops of Waterford and of 
Ossory to Cardinal Grimaldi, representing 'quemadmodum 
in Scotia, Angliaque paene factum vidimus, jam de Catholica 
Religione apud Nos factum fuisset, nisi tota gens ... ad 
arma inermes licet confugerent,' and commending to him 
Matth. O'Hartegan, S.J., and D. Galfridus Baronius, who 
will explain. 17 Mar., 1641. 

Card. Grimaldi, Archbp. of Aix, was Papal Nuncio at 
Paris. The original was in the hands of M. de Mazaugues. 
. 10. Letters to the Pope from Gregory French, Ord. 
Praed., ' ab Hibernicis in Gallias deputatus,' asking *ut 
armorum quibus solis indiget suppetias mature obtineat' 
' quae si justa ab initio suffecissent, jam peracta res esset, 
suique jamdudum compos esset Hibernia.' Dated Nanetis 
die 29 Julii, an. 1642. 

1 1. Letter of the same date, from the same Greg. French 
to Cardinal Barberini, urging the danger of delay, ' ne 
videlicet Anglicano Parlemento Cum Rege prius conveniat, 
quam nostris justa pro defensione sufficiant arma, quo in 
casu de Hibernia actum esset in perpetuum.' 

12. From the same to Cardinal Antonio, of the same date 
and of similar purport. 

13. Ordonnances de I'Assembl^e Generale du Royaume 
d'Irlande k Kilkenny le 24 Oct., 1642. 

14. Verum Exemplar Legum et Formarum Regiminis in 
singulis Hib. comitatibus institutarum ab ejus Regni Nobi- 
libus jam pro antiquae Catholicae Roraanae Religionis 
defensione . . . armatis. Novum item Juramentum ab 
omnibus ejusdem regni Catholicis praestandum . . . Im- 

. pressum Londini apud Franciscum Coules, 1642. 

15. State of Irish Catholic Affairs, anno 1642 (by a 
Jesuit). 

16. Heads of a Treatise intended to be published by the 
Bishop of Calcedonia, in opposition to Roger Preston's 
defence of the aforesaid Oath. 

17. Epitaphs on Father Petre and on the Duke of Ber- 
wick. 

18. Letter from M'. Jean de Prix (i.e. John Price) to M. 
Bourdelet, 28 Aug., 1635 (with an account of Old Parr). 

ig. From the same to the same, \% Feb., 1636 (reports, 
inter alia, the death of Old Parr). 

20. Maximes Politiques au Roy de la Grande Bretagne 
sur le Gouvernement de I'ordre Ecclesiastique de son 
Royaume, circ. 1683. 



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21. Letter (in French) of a R. C. priest in Ireland, con- 
taining the Grievances of the Irish clergy of the Romish 
faith under James II., Jan., 1691. 

(' Copied ut supra-' It does not appear to whom it was 
addressed.) 

22. Inventaire des Traitez de Paix, Treves, Marriages, etc., 
entre les Rois d'Angleterre . . . et les Rois de France, . . . 
dont les Chartres sont conserv6es aux Archives Royales de 
la Tour de Londres. 

' Transcribed from the original sent by William Cambden 
to Mons'. de Pieresck.' 

1185 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Ussher's Antiquities of the British and Irish Churches, 
translated into English, pp. 348. 

Imperfect. The beginning corresponds to vol. v., p. 236, 
of Elrington's ed. of Ussher's Works, and the last portion 
to vol. vi., p. 539. See Notes and Queries, 2nd ser., vii., 
p. 12], and viii., p. 31. 

1186 large fol. chart. 

Biographical and Critical Memoirs of Dean Swift, by 
Thomas Monck Mason, founded on the Memoir 
in W. M. Mason's History of St. Patrick's 
Cathedral, with additions and alterations. In- 
tended to form two vols., 8vo. 

1187 fol. chart. 

SirW. Petty's History of the Down Survey. 

With autograph of Sir Rob. Southwell, Secretary of 
State, temp. Jas. II. and Wm. III. It contains 
transcripts of numerous official documents relating 
to Surveys of Forfeited Estates, the originals of 
which are believed to have been destroyed in the 
fire at Dublin Castle in 171 1. Edited for the 
Irish Archaeological Society in 1852 by Major 
(afterwards Col.) Larcom. 

I This volume was purchased by the Irish Government at 

the sale of the Southwell Collection, and presented to the 
Library by Sir Rob. Peel. 



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1188 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The overture of Malcolme [Hamilton], Lord Arch- 
bishop of Cashall, Agent for the Church of 
Mounster, relating" things generall for the good 
of the Church and the advancement of his Ma^\ 
Service, contayninge 2 things. 

1. Passages and Consultations about the 27 

propositions made to the Lords Spiritual 
and temporall in Dublin, in Nov., 1626. 

2. Passages of Complaynts, Greviances (sic)^ 

and requests to be made about the present 
occasions of this provinciall Agency into 
England in the behalfe of the Clergy of 
Mounster. 

(N.B. — It does not appear what the 27 propositions were.) 

1189 fol. chart. 

A History of the Court of Exchequer and other 
matters relating to the Revenue. 

'Thos. Cooper ex dono Rob. Jocelyn' (Attorney-General, 
and subsequently Lord Chancellor). 

1190 4to, s. xviii. vel xix. 

El Siglo Ylustrado : Vida de D". Guindo Zerezo. 

1191 4to chart., 1777. 

Hymni Psalmi et aliaCantica quae in Choro Canonico 
ingenuae eccl. Cathedral. .Merseburg. decantari 
solentj with music (Irvine). 

1192 4to membr., 1761. 

Antiphonarlum officiorum totius anni Ecclesiae Cathe- 
dralis Sancti Donatiani Burgensis anno mdcclxi. 
pp. 199 (Irvine). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 225 



1193 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Procuratorium ac modus Postulandi in Curiis et 
Causis ecclesiasticis auctoritate reverendissimi in 
Christo patris ac Dni Dni Johannis . . . Cantuar- 
iensis Archiepiscopi. Per Franciscum Gierke, 
Almae Curiae de Arcubus procurem (Irvine). 

1194 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Prayers, Meditations, Religious Verses, etc. A re- 
cogitation of the first conversion of the English 
Nation : a Deploration of the revolt of England 
from the received Faith. 

Verses — ' O Jesu meeke, O Jesu sweete '; * I sayd to 
myselfe. Ah what art thou '; a lamentation by the 
Church of England for her present miser}% be- 
ginning * At our house at home '; a lamentation 
on Good Fr}^day, * O Lord direct my heart, direct 
my soule.' Copy of prophecies from Lilly. 

1195 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

A Treatise on Divinity, pp. 242 (Irvine). 

1196 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Privilegiorum et Libertatum Cleri secundarii Leo- 
densis . . . Narratio ... a Petro Bourdon Eccl. 
B. M. V. Tungren. Canonico et istius Cleri 
ad Sanctitatem suam Allegato Romae, 1708 
(Irvine). 

1197 4to chart. 

Of the Nature and Extent of Human Understanding, 
(pp. 221) (by Peter Browne, D.D., Bp. of Cork 
and Ross. Publ. anonymously, London, 1728). 

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226 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1198 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Lectures on Chemistry, by Robert Scott, M.D., after- 
wards (1801) Professor of Botany in the Univer- 
sity : dated 1775. 

(Presented by his grandson, Robert Scott Mansfield.) 

1199 4to chart., s. xvii. 

The opinion of the Gallican Church in relation to 
Popery in a National Synod, 1682 (4 pp.). 

Written by Rev. Dr. Walter Neale; presented by Arch- 
deacon Kyle. 

1200 4to chart., s. xvii. 

The Glory of God and the abominable wickedness, 
injustice, and shame of all men, by Griffith 
Williams, Bishop of Ossory, printed at Amster- 
dam at the author's own cost, to be bestowed 
upon his friends (circ. 1670). 

(Presented by the Duke of Leinster, 1881.) 

1201 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The Glory of God, etc. A foul copy of the preceding-, 
with a short title prefixed : * The Wickednesse of 
Ireland, and how greatly Deus Opt. Max. the 
best and greatest God, is dishonoured by the 
rulers of that Kingdom . . . published upon the 
sight and experience the author had thereof.' 
Appended is a sermon of praise and thanks- 
giving. 

(Presented by the Duke of Leinster.) 

1202 fol. chart., s. xix. 

A fragment from Tatian's Harmonies of the Gospels 
(MS. St. Gall, No. 56, a.d. 860), St. Luke xv. 
11-32. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. . 227 

1203 4to chart., 1798. 

Report of the Visitation of Trinity College, beginning 
April 19, 1798, Lord Clare, Vice-Chancellor ; 
with names, etc., of the students who were 
expelled. 

(In the handwriting of Bp. Young, with corrections by 
Lord Clare.) 

1204 4to chart., 1798. 

Muster Roll of the College Corps, 1798. 

1205 

A box containing the manuscripts of Oliver Byrne 
(formerly Prof, of Mathematics in the College of 
Civil Engineers, London ; author of ' Dual Arith- 
metic,' London, 2 vols., 1864—67 ; Appleton's 
Dictionary of Machines, etc., 2 vols., New York, 
1850—51 ; The Calculus of Form, New York, 
1858, etc.). 

1. (loi" X 8" ff. 460) 'The Calculus of Form. A 

New Mathematical Science, which establishes 
Modern Analysis on a purely mathematical 
basis, and rejects the current reasoning of the 
differential and other methods.' 

This appears to have been intended to be a second 
(enlarged) edition of the published book above mentioned, 
as it contains printed matter inserted. 

2. (17" X 13" ff. 144) 'The Trinal Calculus. A New 

Mathematical Science.' * The object of the 
Trinal Calculus, like that of Geometry, is the 
investigation of the propositions of assignable 
extensions, and there is no need to consider 
quantities, either infinitely great or indefinitely 
small.' 

This is accompanied by a copy of Bp. Berkelej^s 
'Analyst,' London, 1734, paged to follow as an Appendix. 
Q 2 



228 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

3. * The Creed of St. Athanasius proved by a 
Mathematical Parallel ' (publ. London, 1839). 

1206 

Recollections of Cork by Thomas Crofton Croker, 
pp. 585, with 16 pp. of corrections by Dr. 
Maginn. 

This MS., which was prepared for publication, was lent 
to Mr. Windele, the antiquary, and sold at his death. It 
subsequently came into the possession of Mr. Kelly, book- 
seller, of Dublin, who proposed to publish it ; but the 
author's son, Mr. Dillon Croker, intervened, claiming 
copyright, and showing that the book had only been lent 
to Mr. Windele. 

1207 

A box containing : Chartae Regiae, Feoffamenta, 
Indenturae et alia Munimenta de Rebus Hiber- 
nicis. 

(Presented by Bishop Stearne, Vice-Chancellor.) 

Thirty-five of these are without date, but belong to the 
period 1 280-1 330, two hundred and fifty-three bear dates 
from 1246 to 1 69 1. Of these ninety are deeds of the 
Ashburn, or Essebourne, family, relating principally to 
Dublin, Kilmainham, Rathcoole, and Swords, from 1325 to 
1360. 

Then follow the Passavant papers, especially those of the 
Meonis family, 1360 to 1449, when they apparently pass to 
the Stanihurst family. The remainder are very miscel- 
laneous. 

The following may be specially mentioned. 

I. A.D. 1246, Stephanus Episc. Waterford relaxat xi dies 
Poenitentiae iis, qui Fabricae Ecclesiae Magnae S. Pauli, 
London, beneficium aliquod pie contulerint. 

19. A.D. 1320. Grant by the Mayor and Corporation of 
Dublin, of certain land to William le Marchal, his heirs for 
ever, they being bound to construct and maintain a certain 
water conduit. 

26. A.D. 1326. Testamentum et Inventarium Bonorum 
Roberti de Moenes civis Dubl. In this will there is mention 
made of three Anchoretes in or near Dublin, thus : * Item 
lego Recluso S'" Glanod ii s. Item, Reclusae S. Pauli 
xii d. Item, Recluso S. Dunlachii ii Sol.' 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 229 



69. A.D. 1348. Testamentum et Inventarium Bonorum 
Gilianae de Meonis civit. Dublin viduae. 

81. A.D. 1364. Brief of Edm. III. compounding a debt 
of ;^36. II. o. due by Walter Passavant for an annual pay- 
ment of iv marks of silver. 

160. A.D. 1459. An Indenture between Rowland Fitz- 
Eustace, Knyght, and Cristofore Wellesley, K'., respecting 
lands in Co. Meath. 

162. A.D. 1461. Indenture of apprenticeship of John 
White, of Greenock, to Edm. Lobusby of the same, " in 
arte et servicio Barcatoris." 

199. A.D. 1 50 1. Testamentum et Inventarium Bonorum 
omnium Ric : Stanyhurst olim Majoris Dubl. 

201. A.D. 1503. Bull of Julius II. appointing the Dean 
and Archdeacon of Leighlin, with Jas. Shortals, canon of 
Ossory, delegates to hear a complaint of the Prioress and 
Convent of S. Mary de Grane against the Abbot and Conv. 
of S. Thomas, Dublin, and the Earl of Kildare. 

202. A.D. 1505. Symo Lacy Sacrae Paginae humilis 
doctor ac Vicarius generalis ordinis Fratrum Praedicatorum 
concedit Joh. Caddell et Genetae Taylor . . . partici- 
pationem omnium Missarum Orationum Praedicationum 
Jejuniorum, etc., istius ordinis per Hibemiam. 

210. A.D. 15 1 6. Declaratio et Actus Nic. Bennet pro 
testificando Examinationem Testis ad requisitiorem Prions 
et Conv. S. Trin. Dubl. de terris dictis Passavaunts Lands, 
quas occupaverat Joh. Stanyhurst Recordator Civitatis 
Dubl. . . . Iste Johannes dum adhuc viveret obtinuit con- 
sensum Walteri Abbatis et conv. Monast. B. Thomae Dub. 
vitam saecularem mutare et habitum Religionis in dicto 
monasterio suscipere. 

238. A.D. 1562. The last Will and Testament of Aid. 
Rob. Goldynge, with an inventory of his goods and 
chattels. 

247. A.D. 1597. Inquisitio de obitu Joh. Talbot et de 
Terris quas tenuit in Manerio de Cromlyn. 

250. A.D. 1644. Bull of Innocent X., conferring on Pat. 
Lampord the Provostship of the Secular and Collegiate 
Church of S. Edan Dioc. Ferns, which had been so long 
vacant that the appointment had devolved on the Pope. 

251. A.D. 1655. Bull of Innocent X. appointing Terence 
Smith Archdeacon of Armagh, the appointment having, as 
before, devolved on the Pope. 

252. A.D. 1664. Diploma of the University of Padua 
conferring the degree of Doctor of Medicine on Chas. 
Willoughby, son of Sir Eras. Willoughby. 

253. A.D. 1694. Letters Patent of William and Mary 



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ratifying the articles granted to the town and garrison of 
Galway by Lieut. Gen. Ginkle. 

Of those which are undated No. 35 is, Petitio Johannis 
comitis Ormond et Thomae Ormond ad Papam pro con- 
cedendo Indulgentiae et remissionis Peccatorum. This 
John, Earl of Ormond, died a.d. 1478. 

A Bull of Pope Nicolaus III., a.d. 1279, authorising the 
Archdeacon of Leighlin to hear and decide a complaint 
made by the Prior and Chapter of the church of the Holy 
Trinity, that John, perpetual Vicar of the church of 
Baliradri (the See of Dublin being vacant) has, without 
jurisdiction, promulgated excommunication against the 
prior and other members of the chapter. 

1208 

box containing : Chartae Indenturae et alia 
Munimenta de Rebus Anglicanis. 

There are fifty-two without date, and seventy-five bearing 
dates from 1189 to 1623. 

The following may be specially noted : — 

I. A.D. 1 20 1. Compositio inter ofiiciales Episcopatus 
de Lincoln Prioremque et Monachos S. Andreae de 
Northamton super Patronatu Ecclesiae de Pentony. 

5. A.D. 1294. Licentia Prioris et Conv. S. Trin. London, 
concessa Edmundo Principi filio Hen. IH. Regis quo 
concedendo Sororibus Minorissis London, extra AUgate 
quaedam Tenementa praedicti conv. in Bredstreet, etc. 

17. A.D. 1333. Edwardi IH. Regis Acquietantia Priori 
de Penteneye de xi sol. quos gratanter concesserat in sub- 
ventionem sumptuum pro Maritagio Elianorae Sororis 
Regis Comiti de Geldre. There are several other docu- 
ments relating to this convent. 

21. A.D. 1340. Charta Edwardi HL concessa Abbatissae 
et Sororibus B. Mariae S. Clare extra Aldgate London. 
There are several other documents concerning this convent 
and the hospital of St. Mary infra Crepulgate. No. 42. 
A.D. 1379 is a pardon to the former for acquiring tenements 
in London without the King's license. 

51. A.D. 1 189 Rentale redituum Collegii de Windsor, 
anno Regni Regis Ric. 1°. On the other side of the parch- 
ment is a copy of several leases, etc., of the manor of 
Graffham. 

57. A.D. 1439. Petrus de Monte in Anglia et Hibernia 
Collector ad usum Papae Eugenii IV. concedit Nich. 
Russell omnium peccatorum plenam remissionem propter 
ejus contributionem. 



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LIBRA RF OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 231 



58. A.D. 1446. Henr. VI. Pardonatio generalis omnium 
offensaram, etc., concessa Cristinae Abbatissae Domus 
Minorissanmi S. Clare Aldgate London, et Conventui. 

61. A.D. 1455. Henr. VI. Pardonatio generalis omnium 
transgressionum ante 9° diem Julii ultimo praeteritum con- 
cessa iisdem. 

67. A.D. 1509. A similar 'Pardonatio' from Henry 
VIII. 

73. A.D. 1553. Queen Mary's Privy Seal to Sir Martin 
Bowes, K*., for paying five thousand pounds to Thos. 
Weldon, Esq., Cofferer of the Household, towards the 
provisions of the Household. 

1209 membr. et chart., 30" x 22", ss. w. 

Maps, Plans, etc., principally relating to Ireland 
(some printed). 

1. Map of Ireland 22" x 17", with the names of the 

principal proprietors or families in each district. 
Membr., s. xvii. 

It is inscribed to the Earl of Salsburje, Lord High 
Treasurer of England. He held this oflSce 1609-1612. 

2. Ireland 2^" x 18", with the names of the families 

holding possessions in each district. Membr. 
ilium., s. xvi. 

3. Ireland, outline; unfinished, 36" x 27". 

4. Ireland, printed by Overdon and Morden, London, 

24" X 20", inscribed to James, Duke of Ormond, 
with letterpress descriptions. 

5. Ireland, printed by Price, Senex, and Maxwell, 

London, 172 1, 38" x 27-I-". 

5a. Ortelius Improved ; a map of Ireland with the 
principal families who possessed that kingdom at 
the beginning of the 17th century. By Chas. 
O' Conor, Esq. (printed), 26" x 25". 



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6. Sea Chart of the coast of Mounster, Leynster, and 

Ulster. 37^" x 31". Membr., s. xvi. 

7. The Province of Leinster, with the City of Dublin 
described, by Speed (printed), London, 16 10. 
20" X 15". 

8. Plan of an encampment in the neighbourhood of 
Dublin (as appears from the names of the 
outlets). Perhaps that of the Marquis of Ormond 
in 1649. 20" X 15". 

9. The King's and Queen's Counties, Leax and 
Aphalye. 21" x 13". Chart., s. xvi. 

10. The Plot of the forte of Maribrough with a note 
that ' The Queen's County consists of Leax, 
aneyontlie O'More's lands, Slewmarye; inherited 
also by the O' Mores; Glanmalirie, O'Demsies 
country; part whereof is in King's Co. ; Iregan, 
O'Doyne's country.' 11" x 6". Chart., s. xvi. 

1 1 . The Fort of Duncanon in the Co. of Waterford. 

16" X 12". Chart., s. xvi. 

12. Sir Henry Harrington's defeate in the Bernes 
Countrie (neere unto Wicklow) An° 1599; with 
description of the progress of the engagement 
apparently by Sir Henry himself. 14" x 12". 
Membr. 

13. * The taking of the Earl of Ormond in anno 

1600.' 15^ X 13^. Membr. 

An engraving of this is given in Ledwich's ' Antiquities 
of Ireland.' 

14. The Province of Ulster, ' A true description of 

the North part of Irelande, to weete, fromDordagh 
northwarde, comminge to the Deere or Hand 
of Ackel. . . . Compiled by Mr. Griffin Cocket, 
master of the Queen's ship called Tryemontayne, 
whereof is Capten Capten Plessington, whoe 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 233 

have bene in all harbors, and have founde the 
depth, to see where any good roade is ' (ten 
Irish miles to the inch). 24^-" x 29". Chart., 
s. xvi. 

15. Ulster by Francis Jobson, * ploated for her 
Ma^'^ in anno 1590,' with some names of pro- 
prietors (three Irish miles to the inch). 30^" x 29". 
Membr. 

16. Ulster per Jobson, with the names of the prin- 
cipal proprietors. 13" x 12". Chart., s. xvi. 

17. Ulster by Francis Jobson. 20" x 15". Membr., 

s. xvi. 

A reduction of No. 15. The actual map is 13^' x 15", 
the remaining width being occupied by writing. 

18. 'A sea card of Ulster.' 15" x 12". Chart., 
s. xvi. 

19. Ulster and Eniskelling fort, from Speed, London, 

1 6 10 (printed). 20!-" x 15". 

20. An engraved map of the city of Londonderry by 
John Swing, 1747. 20" x 13". 

2 1 . An engraved map of the city of Londonderry on 
a larger scale, dedicated to the Volunteers of 
Ireland. 19" x 13". 

22. ' The River of Lough Foyle, with the citty of 
Londonderry, drawn on paper in 1625 by 
Thomas Raven.' Chart. 

22.* A plott of the city of London Derry temp. Jas. I., 
with a particular description of the fortifications, 
and a note that ' the whole number of houses 
within the cittie are 92, and in them there are 
102 families.' 20" x 13". Chart., s. xvii. 

23. The Fort of Culmore. 15" x 12". Chart. 

(Unfinished ; no names inserted.) 



2 34 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

23.* A chart of the coasts of Great Britain and the 
east coast of Ireland, by W. Borough. 20" x 12". 
Membr. 

24. The Plot of Colerane. 22," x 18". Chart, s. xvii. 

24.* The Piatt of the Derrie, 161 1. 31" x 23". 
Chart. 

25. * The house and castle of Dungiven, re-edified 
and bult by Captain Dodington.' 12" x 8". 
Chart., s. xvii. 

26. A plan of the town of ' Cragfergus ' on a scale 

of 160 feet to the inch. Contains several names 
of persons over houses and castles. 13" x 9". 
Membr., s. xvi. 

27. A plan of the towne of Carrigfergus, similar to 
the last, but more perfect. 15" x 12". s. xvii. 

28. Part of Ulster and Leinster. Chart., s. xvii. 

On the back is the note, 'This Mappe, except M'Guire's 
country called Fermanagh, is altogether false.' 13" x 12". 

29. The fort of Enishkillin, rudely painted. 15" x 12". 
Chart., s. xvii. 

30. 'The King's Fortt att Lifford.' 12" x 9^'. 
Chart., s. xvii. 

31. The plot of the Countie of Monahan (3 Irish 
miles to an inch). 23" x i^\". Chart., s. xvi. 

32. A plott of the fort of Balle Loergan, Sir Edward 
Blayney his undertaking, and the towne and 
castell of Monaghan. 25" x 16". Chart., s. xvii. 

33. A large map of * The fort of Omaye in Ulster.' 
31-^ X 28^. Membr., s. xvi. (?) 

34. 'A plott of the forte at Blackwater as it was 
when the Lo. Burgh Lo. Dep. did wyn it from 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 235 

the traytor, the Erie of Tyrone, 1597,' with a 
note on the back relating to the family of 
O'Neale. 13" x 9". Chart. 

35. • The defeate of the Marshall, Sir Henry Bagnell, 
in anno 1598, at the Blackwater.' 23" x 7-^". 
Chart. 

36. The Province of Munster. Inscribed to Lord 
Burleigh by Francis Jobson, 30 May, 1589; with 
a description of the map and county (eight Eng- 
lish miles to the inch). 25" x 22". Chart 

37. The Province of Munster. 23" x 18". Chart., 

s. xvi., ut vid. 

(Unfinished ; no names inserted.) 

38. The Province of Mounster, with the City of Cork, 
by Speed, London, 16 10. 2o4-" x 15^" (printed). 

39. The plot of the town of Bandon bridge, in 
the Countie of Cork, as it is entended to be 
buylte. By Christopher Jefford, 1 6 13. 3i"x26". 
Membr. 

40. The plot of the gate, already neere fynished, at 
Bandon bridge, and of the other two gates or 
castles, all saving the uppermost roomes will 
cost me;^2500 or upwards.' Chart., s. xvii. 

The inscription is probably in the handwriting of Richard 
Boyle, first Earl of Cork. Three drawings, each about 
8" X 8". 

41. 'Plot of the towne of Bandon-bridge for my 
lo. Carew before it was finished.' 18^" x 14^-". 
Chart., s. xvi. 

42. * The town of Bandonbridge as it is now built.' 
26" X 18". Chart. 

43. Map of the County of Cork. 45|"x32". Membr., 
s. xvi. ut vid. 



236 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

44. Map of the barony of Imokilly in the County of 
Cork, with the names of the principal free- 
holders. 28" X 13". Membr., s. xvii. 

45. Plan of Cork, entitled : * A description of the 
Cittie of Cork, with the places next adjacent 
thereto.' 22" x 16". Chart. 

46. The Towne of Corke in Ireland. 19" x 10". 

Chart. 

47. The new forte at the south end of Corke. 

13^" X loi". Chart. 

48. Plan of ' the forte intended at Corck on the 
north side.' 12-^" x 7". Chart. 

49. * A forte at Corke, now destroyed, erected by 
Sir George Carew, lo. President of Munster,' on 
a scale of 48 yards to the inch. 18" x 11". 
Chart. 

50. * The new forte at Corke erected by Captain 
Nicholas Pynnar, in 1626, with a description of 
the fortifications annexed, on paper. i6-^"x \2\", 
Membr. 

51. Plan of the forte of Halebolin Island and places 
next adjacent. 22^" x 16^'. Chart., s. xvi. ut 
vid. 

52. * The forte at Halebolin, by Paull Joye.' 1 6"x 1 1-^". 
Chart., s. xvii. 

53. * The forte of Castleparke by Kinsale.' 12" x 8". 
Chart. 

54. 'The haven and river of Kinsale.' 24" x 15-5-". 
Membr., s. xvi. 

55. A draught of the forte at Castleparke, near 

Kinsale, by Paul Joye. 14" x 12". Chart., s. xvii. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 237 

56. * The plott of the greate County of Limrick, 
contayning therein the Count}'- of Cowlokenny, 
Cosmay, Putlybrian, Clanwilliam, Slewilliam, 
and the Small County of Limerick.' Indicates 
* her Mat'" lands excheated . . . and the Queen's 
demaynes in lease,' etc. Appears to be done by 
Jobson. 34" X 25". Membr., s. xvi. 

57. 'The Citie of Limrick.' 29" x 20". Membr., 
s. xvi. ut vid. 

58. * A rough plott of Limerick p Sir Ri. Greenville/ 
with * his opinion for the fortifieinge of it.' 
16" X 11". Chart., s. xvi. 

59. * The Castle at Limrick.' A rude sketch of 
King John's Castle at Limerick with Thomond 
Bridge. 13" x 9". Chart., s. xvi. 

60. ' The Castell of Glynn in the County of Lymrick, 
taken by Sir George Carevv Lord Presind' of 
Munster' (1600). 28" x 26". Membr. 

61. 'The Castle of the Glin,' taken by her Mat*^ 
forces under the command of the Rt. Hon. Sir 
George Carew, etc. 19" x 13". Chart 

62. The towne of Kilmallock in the County of 
Limerick, per Joanes. 22" x 16^". Chart. 

63. A plan of ' the River of Shenan.' This extends 

from the mouth of the Shannon to Castle 
Connell. 22V' x 17". Chart., s. xvi. 

64. ' The new description of the Cittie of Waterford 
with the new fortifications there. Also the fort 
of the rock, the trew course of the river; the 
new worke at the passage, and of the fortifi- 
cations at Duncannon, erected in 1591,' by 
Francis Jobson, 1591. 24" x 22". Chart. 



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65. Plan of the forte at Waterford * as it is to be 
made.' 10" x y-J-". Chart., s. xvii. ut vid. 

66. * The new forte at Waterford, erected by Captain 
Nicholas Pynnor in 1626,' with a description of 
the fortifications annexed, on paper. 15" x 11". 
Membr. 

67. Plan of the town and port of Youghall. 

22;' X i6i". Chart. 

68. Map of the Province of Connaught. 39" x 30". 
Chart, about 1600. 

(Inserted is the drawing of the ' Connogh Worm.' See 
No. 883.) 

69. Map of the Province of Connaught. 30" x 22". 
Chart. 

70. The Province of Connaught, with the Citie of 
Galway, described by Speed, London, 16 10 
(printed). 20" x 15". 

71. * The fort neere Galway.' 15" x 12". Chart, 
about 1603. 

72. * The plott of Gall way with the layinge out of the 
new forte.' 22^' x 22^'. Chart., 1625. 

73. A large engraved map of Galway, temp. Chas. II. 
with many armorial bearings. 79" x 54". 

Described in Hardiman's ' History of Galway.' 

74. Map of part of the townland of Mulloghbane in 
the manor of Castledillon, County Armagh, be- 
longing to Samuel Molyneaux, Esq., dated 
26th April, 1723. By W™. Gray, Surveyor. 
48" X 2\". Chart. 

75. Similar map of Dromohar and Tarkerry in the 
same manor, by the same. (These two are 
made so as to join together.) 60" x 21". Chart. 



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76. Plan of a fortified town not named. 24" x 174-". 

77. Another similar plan not named. 20^" x 16". 

78. A draught or plan of fortification. 15!" x 12". 

79. ' The true proportion of one of the lumbers for a 
whole culverin's carriage, together with the mor- 
tesses for the Tale, Coyne, Bedde, Head or fore 
transomes, as also the places for the Transoms 
and Axeltree.' 15^" x 10". 

80. Draught of a fortification or encampment, not 
named, but on one side are the words ' Curra, 
first incampment.* 15" x 12". 

membr., s. xvii. 

81. Sea chart of the Mediterranean, made by John 
Daniell, dwelling in St. Katherens, near unto 
the Iron Gate by the Tower of London, a.d. 
1642. 37i" X i8i". 

chart., s. xvii. 

82. Survey of the Manour of Castle Waterhouse, Co. 

Fermanagh, 1688. 27" x 19". 

83. Map of Ireland by Baptista Boazio, temp. Eliz. 
32 X 21 . 

1210 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Miscellanea Theologica : 

1. A Catechism beginning, * What are you .'' ' 

2. Another Catechism. 

3. Collection de Rebus Theologicis. 

4. Sermon on Acts ii. 31. 

5. Ambrose Ussher's Translation of Psalms 145, 147, 
148, 150. 

6. Sermons by the Same. 

7. Primate James Ussher. Notes from Provost Travers' 
Sermons. 

8. Catalogus SS. Patrum. 

9. Notes of Sermons by Chaloner and others. 

10. Anonymous Notes of Sermons by Westfield and others. 

11. Seven Positions of God's Decree respecting Man in a. 
state of Innocence, etc., by the author of No. 342. 



240 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1211 oblong 8" X 6", s. xvii. 

Ussher (Primate James) : 

A Note-Book containing ' Bibliotheca Theologica,' ver- 
sans de Personis ct Scriptoribus Sacris. With various 
chronological notices and excerpts. 

On the second page is a memorandum of the estimated 
expense of printing looo copies of ' Bibliotheca Theologica,' 
4 quires. The total is £\\o 5^, 4^. The selling price in 
quires to be 3^. \d. 

1212 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Pedigrees of all the Nobility and Gentry of Ireland, 
traced to the middle of the reign of Elizabeth. 
A few are brought up (in a different hand) to 161 6. 

1213 fol. chart., c. 1700. 

Pedigrees of the principal families that have existed 
in Ireland for near 200 years past. 

1214 fol. chart., c. 1700. 

The Book of Visitation by Thomas Benold, Claren- 

cieux King of Arms, a.d. 1531, containing 

Pedigrees and Intermarriages of many principal 

families in England. 

This is a tabular digest of No. 80713, the latter being also 
somewhat fuller. 

1215 fol. chart., c. 1700. 

Pedigrees and Intermarriages of the Principal Families 
in Lancashire and Yorkshire, being a Visitation 
of those two Counties by W" Tonge, Norroy 
King of Arms about the year 1580. 

1216 fol. chart., c. 1700. 

Obits, pedigrees, marriages, etc., of most of the 

principal families in Ireland, more particularly in 

the 1 6th and 17th centuries. 

The four preceding items are all in the same handwriting, 
which is also that of No. 673. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 241 

1217 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Pedigrees of the families of many hundred Noblemen 
and Gentlemen in Ireland. 

1218 4to chart., ss. xvii., xviii. 

1. Collections relating to noble families in Ireland. 

The first 16 pp. contain things relating chiefly to the 
14th century (in the same hand as 12 17). After this the 
first page is numbered 223. 

2. Sir Rich. Bolton's copy of the Establishment in 

Ireland for the year ending 31 Mar., 1601. 

3. Appointments to Irish Bishoprics, 1660— 167 1. 

4. Dates of appointment to various offices, 1660— 

1689. The first page is numbered 406. 

1219 fol. chart., c. 1700. 

1. Genealogical Tables of several families in England 

and Ireland. 

2. A letter giving * the atchievement of the Earl of 

Rochester,' Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1701. 

1220 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

The Arms, History, and Genealogy of the most 
antient families in England. 

1221 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Names of the chief Families of Great Britain and 
Ireland, with the Blazon of their Arms. Also 
many Arms of Episcopal Sees. 

1222 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Goodwyn (John). Practical Geometry. 

1223 sqq. 

Records of the Roman Inquisition and Dataria. 

These MSS. are in three groups ; the first consists of 
twelve volumes containing copies of pontifical briefs and 
bulls from Boniface IX. to Pius VI., and a small volume of 
Clement XIII. Such copies are not uncommon in Italian 
libraries. These probably came from the Roman Dataria 
or Chancery. 

The second group, consisting of nineteen volumes, con- 
tains the genuine original sentences of the Holy Office, 
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242 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



chiefly for heresy, but also for sorcery and bigamy, 
beginning with the year 1564 and ending 1659. 

The third group, consisting of thirty-five vokimes, 
contains details of proceedings for witchcraft, heresy, 
blasphemy, and (clerical and monastic) immorality in 
various provincial courts of the Inquisition in Italy with 
other documents. These have been forwarded to Rome for 
a final decision, which is generally endorsed on them. In 
the following notices advantage has been taken of Dr. 
Karl Benrath's articles in the ' RivistaCristiana,' 1879, 1880, 
Sig. Ugo Balzani's article (see note) has also been referred 
to.» 

1223 

Series I. Copies of Pontifical Briefs and Bulls, 
some of which are published in the Bullarium 
Romanum, ' ma altre utili vuoi a completarle, 
vuoi a controllarle,' Benrath. 

Vol. I. (begins imperfect fol. 5), Boniface IX., an. 
1389. 

Vol. 2. Eugenius IV., an. 1434. On a flyleaf is, 
* liber secundus de Beneficiis vacantibus ' ; ' Ru- 
bricatus per me Johannem Bevenatum.' Lettered 
on the edge, ' De beneficiis vacantibus, anno IIII 
Eugenii pp. IIII". 

Vol. 3'. Eugenius IV., an. 1439. Primus de Regn'"'^ 
(regentibus) et exhdis anno VIIIP Eug. pp. 4". 
'Nicolaus rubricavit, 1441.' 

1 These Records were, with a vast number of others, amounting to about 
400 tons, removed from Rome to Paris, by order of Napoleon I., in 1809, in 
accordance with his plan of collecting the archives of all the conquered countries 
in Paris. At the Restoration the great majority of the volumes were returned to 
Rome. Of the volumes so returned, those that contained the proceedings of 
the Holy Office were sold to the paper makers after they had been torn ' in 
minutissimi pezzi,' and were immersed in the water intended for their maceration 
in the presence of Monsignor Marino Marini. The quantity thus destroyed may 
be estimated from the amount received from the paper makers, which was 
4300 francs ('Regestum dementis Papae V., Romae, 1885, vol. i., Prolegomena, 
p. cclxxii, quoted by Sig. Ugo Balzani, Rendiconti della R. Acad, dei Lincei, 
vol. iv., fasc. 12, 'Di Alcuni Documenti, etc.') 

How the present volumes became separated from the others is not known ; 
they were, however, purchased by the Duke of Manchester in 1841. From him 
they were bought (through Rev. Rich. Gibbings) by Rev. C. W. Wall, Vice- 
Provost, who presented them to the Library in 1854. The fullest account of 
them is that given by Karl Benrath, ' Ueber die Quellen der Italienischen 
■Reformationsgeschichte,' Bonn, 1876, and in the 'Historische Zeitschrift, ' 1879, 
and the 'Rivista Cristiana,' vol. vii., 1879, vol. viii., 1880. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 243 

Vol. 4. Pius II., an. 1463, 'secundus de Beneficiis 

vacan. Pii pp. ii. anno quinto.' 
Vol. 5. Innocent VIII., an. 1489. Lettered on the 

edge, ' Secundus de vacan. anno sexto dni. 

Innocentii Papae VIII.' 
Vol. 6. Alexander VI., an. 1492— 1496. 
Vol. 7. Clement VIL, an. 1530. 
Vol. 8. Paul IV., 1556. Lettered on the edge, 

II. A.II.D. Pavli IIII. 
Vol. 9. Pius IV., 1 56 1— 2 (begins from 29, and wants 

ff. 150—172). Lettered on the edge, ' II. Perpet. 

Pii IIII.' 
Vol. 10. Benedict XIV., 1745 (wants ff. 41—60, and 

161-179, 220-239, 322-340, 540-560, 'Liber 

viii Anni V. ssmi D. nri Benedicti, PP. xiiii.' 
Vol. II. Pius VI., 1778 and (at end) 1777, 'Liber 

Tertius Anni Quarti SSnTi Dm Nri Pii PP. VL' 
Vol. 12. Pius VI., 1784—87, 'Liber Ouintus Anni 

Duodecimi SSmi D.N. Pii PP. VI.' The ' Quin- 

tus' is corrected from 'Primus,' and 'duodecimi' 

from ' Tertiodecimi.' Similar corrections at the 

beginning of ever}'' 21st folio. 
Vol. 13. Two Fragments, viz. Lib. 2, Anni VI., SSmi 

D. N. Clementis XIII., ff 1-20; and [Anni IX.] 

ff- 562-579- 
1224 
Series II., Vol. i. Sentences from 16 Dec, 1564, to 

Jan., 1568. _ 

1. Sententia pro fisco Off. S**' Inquis contra frm Thomam 
de Fabianis de Mileto, Ord. S*" Franc'. Convent. 16 Dec, 
1564, with signature of Card. Borromeo. 

In consideration of his penitence, the censures are 
removed, but he is to be immured for life, 'murato in tm 
loco circondato da quattro muri.' Published by Gibbings ; 
* Case of a Minorite Friar, etc.,' Dublin, 1853. 

2. Sententia contra Job. Micro di Napoli. 

Heresy abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Published by 
Benrath. Rivista Cristiana, vol. vii., 1879, p. 464. 
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3. S. pro P. Laurentio Gatto Januensi Abbate S*' Nicolai 
contra fiscum. 

4. S. pro fre Abenauole equite Hierosolymitano. 

5. S. contra Aloysium Antonium Pistoia de Melza. (It is 
really ' pro eo.') 

6. S. pro Rev. V. Hieronymo Paphio olim Vic° episcopi 
Faventini. 

7. S. contra Johannem Baptistam Saxum de Caserta. 
Heresy ; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Published 

by Benrath. Ibid. p. 467. 

8. S. contra lo. Paganum de Caserta. 

Heresy ; abjured. Imprisonment during pleasure. Pub- 
lished by Benrath. Ibid. p. 468. 

9. S. contra fiscum pro Rev''° Pre fre M™ Mattheo Lacchio. 
ID. S. contra Cipriano Paulugio d'Anagni. 

False witness. To be publicly whipped. 

11. S. contra D. Stephanum Catinolium di Genzano. 
False witness ; banishment. 

12. S. pro R. V. Henrico Du Bois Canonico Cameracensi. 

13. S. contra Don Franciscum Cassinam de S. Germano 
in sacris ordinibus, ut ait, constituto. 

Heresy; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Benrath, p. 469. 

14. S. pro Camillo del Pozzo Neapolitano. 

15. S. contra Marcum Bergamascum de S. Germano. 
Heresy; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Benrath. 

Ibid. p. 469. 

16. S. contra Francescum Griffum Neapolit. 
False witness in case 14. To be publicly whipped. 

17. S. contra Albertum de Portico. 

Heresy; spontaneously confessed and abjured. Only 
certain penances imposed. 

18. S. contra R. D. Abbatem Antonium Soricium de 
Benevento * de et super certa pecuniarum summa rebusque 
aliis.' Excommunicated. 

19. S. contra Colellam Damianum de Melluno. 
Heresy ; abjured. Five years' in the galleys. 

20. S. contra Annibalem Damianum de Malluno. 
Heresy; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. 

21. S. contra Aurelium della Vista. 

Heresy. Not appearing, he is condemned as contu- 
macious ; his property confiscated, his effigy given to the 
Secular Court to be dealt with as usual. Benrath, p. 471. 

22. S. contra frem Natalem de Comitibus de Padua, ord. 
min. convent. 

' Multa et diversa scelera et delicta.' Imprisonment. 

23. S. contra Marianum Simonetam ' de vehementi sus- 
pitione hereticae pravitatis.' After abjuration, to be restored, 
with certain penances. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 245 



24. S. contra frem Thomam de Fabianis de Mileto. 

See No. i. Having escaped, he is condemned to the 
greater excommunication, and his effigy to be burned. 
Gibbings, ubi supra. 

25. S. contra frem Claudium de Arrigonibus ord. Celesti- 
norum ' quod ludum inhonestum cum quibusdam aliis 
fratribus fecerit.' To be privately whipped, and undergo 
certain penances. 

26. S. in causa 111. D. Nicolai Antonii Caraccioli 
Marchionis Vici ; et purgatio canonica ejusdem ac abso- 
lutio. 

Accused as a fautor and receiver of heretics, and as 
having burned certain documents. His canonical purgation 
accepted. Fined. 

27. S. contra Antonium de Pelliciariis ' notorium hereti- 
cum et fugitivum,' but chiefly ' de et super certis ballis 
sirici seu certa quantitate sirici, aliisque bonis. 

28. S. contra Jacobum Sala, medicum. 

Heresy ; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Published 
by Benrath, p. 500. 

29-34. Sententiae contra Notarium Barbatum ; Jo. Xi- 
menes Hispanum ; Antonium Mercuglianum de Castropoti; 
Juvenalem Cocci de Benno ; Christophorum Perpignanum 
de Valentia Hispanum ; Pyrrhum Antonium Cirillum. 

Accused of heresy and condemned, some to perpetual 
imprisonment, some to the galleys. Publ. by Benrath, 

P- 503- 

35. S. contra 111. D. Pompeium de Montibus. 

Heresy ; formerly abjured. Relapsed ; is delivered to the 
Secular Court, i.e. to the Governor of Rome, with the 
usual request that he would moderate his sentence ' Senza 
pericolo di morte.' 

36. S. contra Hectorem Bussonum Neapolit. Jo. 
Sproniere ; Jo. Laurentium Lentum ; Don Jacobum de 
Sabbato ; Vincentium de Ciampo ; Hectorem Monsellum ; 
Joh. Grecum, et Don Colam Gambabona, notarium. 

False witness in cases 40, 41, 42. To be publicly 
whipped, and pay costs. 

37. S. pro D. Christophoro Gomez Sottomaior Hispano. 
Benrath, vol. viii., 1880, p. 11. 

38. Purgatio canonica et absolutio D. Antonii Petronille 
de Altamura. 

39. S. contra Ascanium Musitanum de Castrovillani. 
Had fled. To be burned in effigy. 

40-42. SS. pro notario Alexandro Papaluca de Venusio; 
Julio et Donato de Clarellis de Venusio ; Doctore Marco de 
Rosa de Acernio. 



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43. S. contra Julium Bolanum Brixiensem impressorem. 
Printing books without license. To lose the books and 

pay a fine. 

44. S. contra Johan. Rangonem Mutinens. 

Heresy. Did not appear. Condemned to confiscation 
of his goods, and to perpetual infamy. Benrath viii., p. 11. 
__45. S. contra sex Episcopos Gallos, viz. Joan, Chiamont 
als de Calido Monte, Archiep. Aquen. ; Joan, Monlutium, 
Epiiin Valentino ; Ludovicum Albret, Ep. Lascaren; Carolum 
Guillart, Ep. Carnoten. Joan, de S*° Gelasio, Ep Uticens. 
et Claudium Reginum Ep. Plorens. 

Heresy ; contumacious. Excommunicated, and burnt in 
effigy. Published by Laderchi. 

46. S. contra Macedonium Sanctorium, medicum phisicum. 
Vehement suspicion of heresy. After abjuration, to be 

restored. 

47. S. contra R. D. Marium Baraccum, Abbatem. 

As 46 ; but to be suspended from his office for 3 years. 
Publ. by Benrath, viii., p. 12. 

48. S. contra 111. D. Alphonsum Baraccum baronem 
Lattaricii. 

As in 46 ; but because he caused labourers to work on 
holidays, he is fined. 

49. S. contra Ludovicum Battiglier, Galium. 
Did not appear. Excommunicated. 

50. S. contra Baldum fil. Nicolai fabri. 
Heresy ; imprisonment during pleasure. 

51. S. contra Hieronymum Artesium de Anversa. 
Heresy ; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Benrath, 

ibid. p. 55. 

52. S. contra D. Rainerium Manzella Neapol. 
Heresy ; abjured. To be immured for life. 

53. 54. SS. contra Don Basilium Cremon. Canonicum 
regularem S. Mariae de pace ; et D. Dionisium Galium 
Canonicum regul. S. Salvatoris in Lauro. 

Heresy; abjured. Perpetual imprisonment. Benrath, 
ibid. p. 94. 

55. S. contra Don Hectorem de Renzo de S. Maria de 
Capua. 

As 53. Benrath, p. 95. 

56. S. contra Camillum Merula. 
As 53. Ibid. p. 96. 

57-59. SS. contra Galeatium Cortonam Mediol. soldato 
bandito ; Clementem Rocchetta, cantore Perugino ; Felicem 
Pergola, sartorem, de Monte alto. 

Heresy; abjured, i. The galleys for 10 years; 2. Per- 
petual imprisonment ; 3. the galleys for 7 years. 



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60. S. contra Amatum CeruUum de Pateruo, et Lucium de 
Mancinis Cavalli legieri della Guardia. 

Having intelligence with prisoners of the Holy Office. 
The former, who confessed, is sentenced to the galleys for 
five years ; the latter, being obstinate, to perpetual im- 
prisonment. 

61. S. contra Andream Furlanum Ragaterium. 

Selling books without license. Confiscation of books and 
a fine. 

62. S. contra Jacobum Aemilium Laodic. Germanum. 
Heresy. Having come spontaneously to ask for pardon, 

he is absolved with certain penances. 

63. S. contra Jac. Hugonem Vulliettam Genevens. 
As 62. Not to leave Rome without written license. 

64. S. contra Don Julianum Butticelam de Brucci, ord. S. 
Benedicti. 

Vehement suspicion of heresy. Abjures. Penances. 

65. S. pro Jo. Pinghyn de Rupe, Genev. 

66. S. contra Franc. Vintam de Volterra. 

Heresy, and reading prohibited books. Imprisonment 
during pleasure. 

67. S. contra Don Jac. de Rolandis. 

Slight suspicion of heresy. Abjuration and penances. 

68. S. contra Joh. Paulum Gnisium librarium. 

Heresy and consorting with heretics. Abjures. Five 
years in the galleys. 

69. S. contra R. P. D. Nicol. Franc. Missanellam, Epum 
Policastren. 

Vehement suspicion of heresy and of conversation with 
heretics, many of whom were in his diocese. 

After abjuration, he is suspended for ten years and 
deprived of one half of his income. The sentence is signed 
by Pope Pius V. See the proceedings in Series HI., vol. i., 
and see Gibbings ' Trial of Carnesecchi,' p. xv. 

70. S. contra D. Marium Galeottum. 

Heresy, etc. Five years' imprisonment. Publ. * Rivista 
Cristiana,' 1878, p. 41. 

71. S. contra Franc. Gottifridum, Luxemburg. 
Suspected of heresy from having and reading heretical 

books. Ten years in the galleys. 

72. S. contra frem Augustinum Ceracium, ord. S. August. 
' Mala vita,' and heresy. Ten years in the galleys. 

73. S. contra Mag. Joh. Gerbinum, Genev. Calceatorem. 
Three years in the galleys. 

74. S. contra Hannibalem Salatum, ludimagistrum, 
Neapol. 

Ten years in the galleys. Publ. by Benratb, viii., p. 1 39. 



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75. S. contra Alphonsum Moya, Hispanum, ord. S. August. 
The same sentence. 

76. S. contra Jo, Bapt. de Fantinellis, fornarium. 
Seven years in the galleys. 

77. S. contra Fabricium Armarolum, pectinatorem. 
Five years do. 

78. S. contra Mag. Jac. de Locatelli. 
To be immured in perpetuum. 

79. S. contra Gregorium Perinum de Aretio. 

As relapsed and impenitent, is delivered to the Secular 
Court. Published by Benrath, ibid. p. 139. 

80. S. contra Ascanium Mussitanum (see 39). Being 
still a fugitive, his property is confiscated ; and if he comes 
within reach of the ecclesiastical power, he is to be given 
up to the Secular Court. 

81. S. contra D. Julium, Placentinum, procuratorem. 
Slight suspicion of heresy from buying prohibited books. 

Absolved after abjuration, with penances. 

82. S. contra Apardum q. Danielis de Riccis. 
Imprisonment ad libitum. 

83. 84. S. contra M. Venturinum fil. D. Jos. Tramettini, 
et Vincentium Lucchinum, bibliopolas 25, 26 Jul., 1567. 

Selling prohibited books. Fine and loss of books. 

85. S. pro Jo. Maria Campitello, bar. Melissae, 6 Sept., 
1567. 

86. S. pro Francisco Papacoda, nobili Neapol. 

87. S. contra Petrum Cephalot Lotharing. 16 Sept., 

1567- 

Heresy. Imprisonment ad libitum. 

88. S. contra Paulum de Luparis Bonon., 20 Sept., 1567. 
Heresy. On his abjuration, to be absolved from the 

censures, but to be immured for life. Publ. by Benrath, viii., 
p. 141. 

89. S. contra Matheum Lupari Bonon., brother of the 
preceding. Eodem die. 

Heresy. The same sentence. Benrath, ibid. 

90. S. contra D. Octavianum Floromante Bonon. Eodem 
die. 

Heresy. The same sentence. 

91. S. contra Antonium de Ludovisi Bonon. Eodem die. 
Heresy. Perpetual imprisonment. 

92. S. contra Hieronymum Guastavillanum Bonon. Eodem 
die. 

Heresy. Same sentence as in 88. 

93. S. contra Philippum Capiduro ' Dottore in lege* 
Bonon. Eodem die. 

Heresy. Perpetual imprisonment. Benrath, viii., p. 143. 



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94. S. contra Matheum Rubbiani de Mutina. Eodem die. 
Heresy. The galleys for life. 

95. S. contra Antonium fil. quondam Bonfioli de Seven, 
librarium. 20 Sept., 1567. 

Gravely suspected of heresy ; not to be allowed to buy 
or sell books, but only to bind them. Benrath, viii., p. 169. 

96. S.contraD.Hieron\-mumdelPozzo,sacerd. Eodem die. 
Heresy. On his declared repentance, absolved from the 

censures, but to be immured for life. Benrath, viii., p. 170. 

97. S. contra Don Franciscum de Stanghis sacerd. 
Eodem die. 

Heresy- On his repentance, degraded and sent to the 
galleys for seven years. 

98. S. contra lammonem de Minna. Eodem die. 
Heresy. Five years in the galleys. 

99-102. S. contra Mag. Baptistam q. m' Jo. de Catinaris 
merciarium ; 

Johannem quondam Sebastiani de Catinaris merciarium ; 
]\Iag. Franciscum Baptistam de Catinaris ; 
Petrum Martirem q. m' Jo. de Providone, 20 Sept., 1567. 
In each case heresy. Perpetual imprisonment. 

103. S. contra frem Julium Maresium Bellunens. Ord. 
S" Francisci, 20 Sept., 1567. 

Heresy. Relapse after abjuration. Handed over to the 
Secular Court, i.e. the Governor of Rome, with the usual 
request ' senza pericolo di morte et di eflFusione di sangue.' 
Publ. by Benrath, viii., p. 173. 

104. S. contra D. Petrum Cameseccum clericum Florent. 
Eodem die. 

Heresy. Delivered up to the Secular Court, i.e. the 
Governor of Rome, with the same request. Published by 
Gibbings, Dublin, 1856. 

105. S. pro Luca Tarantino de Gravina, 9th Oct., 1567. 

106. S. pro Marco de Calo de Bitecto. Eodem die. 

107. S. contra Antonium de Tresca et Nicolaum vocatum 
Boccalaccio, i6th Oct., 1567. 

Non-appearance. Greater excommunication. 

108. S. contra Joannem Mariam de Castrovitreo, i8th 
Oct., 1567. 

I The same. 

\ 109. S. contra Joannem Baptistam et Marium Antonium 

' aromatarios filios Magistri Silvestri farm acopolae, Jan., 1568. 

This is only a copy, and is followed by the Abjuratio. 

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in Italy, Cremona, Mantua, Turin, Milan, etc., 
inquisitors being specially delegated from Rome. 
Many of the documents are certified copies. 

f. 47. Case of Francesco Guidi Corso in Paris, who has 
received absolution from Anselmus Dandinus Prothonotarius 
Apostolicus. 

f. 118. Ludovicus de Moianonibus, relapsed, but con- 
fessing, is sentenced to perpetual imprisonment, but in his 
own house. 

f. 232. FrA Constanto de Salis, of the Order of Preachers, 
had without authority absolved several persons who had 
read a book that made light of the authority of the Pope ; 
he had also pretended to be a Vicar of the Holy Office at 
Valentia. Sent to the galleys for three years. 

f. 258. Giulio Thiene, not appearing, is condemned as a 
contumacious heretic and delivered to the secular arm, and 
all persons are commanded to use all diligence to consign 
him to the secular judges, who are commanded, under like 
penalties, to carry out with all promptitude the laws ' contra 
d'un tal membro del Demonio pertinace et contumace et 
com' haeretico da noi condemnato.' Confiscation of his 
goods follows. 

f. 282. At Novara several women are accused as witches, 
' lamiae ' ; one is sentenced to perpetual imprisonment, 
the others are variously dealt with ; some being released 
on bail. The paper contains a certified copy of the exami- 
nation. 

f. 344. Augustino Vanti, relapsed, is delivered to the 
secular arm. The usual intercession with the secular court 
is erased (copy). 

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Vol. 3. Sentences and abjurations chiefly for the 
years 158 1-2. Heresy, sorcery, etc. 

f. 139. Fr. Eliseus Tertius, ord. S. Franc. Bergamo, con- 
demned as vehemently suspected of heresy for practising 
sorcery, ' magnetem baptizando,' etc. Sentenced to three 
years in the galleys of Venice, or if he is considered unable 
to endure that, five years' imprisonment. 

f. 142. Aurelius and Joh. Bapt. de Mosconibus, not appear- 
ing, are condemned as pertinacious heretics, and as such 
expelled ' a foro ecclesiastico,' and delivered to the secular 
arm, their effigies to be burned and their goods con- 
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f. 184. Margarita la Mora has been denounced by credible 
witnesses as a witch (lamia) ' quod (maleficiis) quendam 
puerum dicti loci offenderit atque pluribus aliis personis 
minata fuerit maleficia. Quae in carceribus detenta et 
examinata, omnia semper negavit ; quare de consilio peri- 
torum sufficienter torta, nihil amplius confessa est, sed 
semper in negatione perstitit, et de eodem consilio relaxata 
fuit et dimissa.' On the same fol. another similar case. 

f. 298. Copia sententiae contra Aurelium Nanarinum 
Bonon. magistrum ludi litterarii Vergati, traditum Bracchio 
seculari. 

There is the usual intercession, ' rogantes tamen et 
efiBcaciter dictam curiam secularem quatenus citra sanguinis 
efifusionem et mortis periculum suam sententiam moderetur.' 
f. 297. contains the (original) letter from Fra Nicol6 da 
Oderzo, notary of the Inquisition at Bologna, to Cardinal 
Savelli, accompanying this copy. It begins : ' Per ordine 
del M.R.P. Inquisitore nostro, mando a V.S. Ill"' la copia 
dalle abiurationi et sententie date contra Aurelio Nanarino 
relapso che fu abbrugiato uno di questi giorni in piazza.' 

ff. 332-352. Report of cases before Jac. Azzarolus da 
Lugo, specially delegated by the Holy See to Parma, 
Piacenza, etc., to examine cases of heresy, 1578. Some of 
the accused are sisters of the order of S. Augustine in 
Piacenza, one of whom is charged with saying, inter alia, 
that she did not believe in indulgences or jubilees, the only 
object of indulgences being to gain money. 

f. 369. 'Stephanus de Arbo . . . perannos viginti sanctissi- 
mam Eucharistiae Sacramentum sub utraque specie pluribus 
ex tuis parochianis . . . et quod impium ac nephandissimum 
est cum tu vinum non consecratum pro consecrato infirmis 
tradideris illos et astantes idololatriam admittere fecisti, 
hereticali libro Sclavonica lingua impresso in adminis- 
tratione . . . usum fuisse,' etc., ' postremo in gravi et turpi 
concubinatus peccato per annos triginta et ultra perman- 
sisti.' Imprisonment for five years. 

f. 377. Baptista di Pagelli, a relapsed heretic delivered to 
the power of the Secular Courts, * da esser punito secondo 
le legitime sanzioni.' 

f. 388. Richard Thome of London (Inquisition of 
Milan). 

f. 411 sqq. Proceedings of a specially delegated Inquisi- 
tor General in Cremona against several persons, one 
deceased, viz. Andrea Lutio, whose bones are to be 
' desepulte come fetide et . . . getate in loco profano ; 
(f. 414). Mag. Nicolo Boschetti, relapsed. Condemned 
' esser perpetualmente murato nel luogo da noi assignatoti 
ove habbi da finire il restante della tua vita, etc' 



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1227 
Vol. 4. Sentences and abjurations for the year 1582. 

f. 88. Alessandro Sorleoni, chierico, Vicar of the Bp. of 
Savona, is deprived as being a favourer of heretics. It is 
stated that he had received some of them into his house, 
especially one who was a fugitive from the Holy Office ; 
moreover, he had imprisoned some who had abjured and 
been dismissed by the Inquisitor of Genoa, and had 
questioned them about the heresies they had confessed, 
excommunicating those who did not produce the process 
of the Inquisitor against them, and those who did not 
appear before the Bishop of Savona, although they had 
been commanded by the Inquisitor not to appear. 

English and Scottish names are: f. 45. Wm. Patmer, 
London. ' Reum inquisitum et carceratum super crimine 
haeresis, ac confessum quod quosdam assertae Reginae 
Angliae leges contrarias s*" fidei Cath"" observaverit ; quod 
inservierit eorum templis praesertim psalmos concinendo 
haereticorum more . . . quod Catechismum haereticum 
Anglicanum legerit, et alios haereticos libros.' To be 
detained in a place to be assigned, etc. f. 48. Rich. Lister, 
the elder, Cumberland, * reum inquisitum et carceratum, 
etc' (one of whose errors was reading the Bible in English, 
translated by the heretics). To be detained in a place to 
be assigned, f. 56. Rich. Sporto, of Chester, aet. 25 (lightly 
suspected of heresy). Confesses that, although born of 
Catholic parents, he had at the age of 14 once participated 
in the ' Cena degli heretici,' but had never believed as they 
believe), f. 57. Thos. Busbridge of Temne, Canterbury, 
f. 130. Jas. Crichton, Dundee (of mixed parentage), 'reum 
inquisitum et carceratum . . . ac confessum,' ' quod . . . 
didicerit memoriter . . . Calvini haeresiarchae Catechismum, 
ac crediderit in eo contenta esse vera, et in specie quod 
duo tantum essent Sacramenta.' Abjuration subjoined. 
To be imprisoned, f. 222. John Foster of Warwick, 'reum 
inquisitum et carceratum de et super depredatione navium 
Christianorum et crimine haeresis, ac confessum quod cum 
tempore foelicis recordationis Mariae reginae Angliae 
vixisset Catholic6 attamen, etc' Abjuration subjoined. 
The galleys during pleasure. f. 226. Jas. Chippee of 
Somerton, '. . . de et super depraedatione navium Christi- 
anorum et crimine haeresis ac confessum quod quamvis 
Religionem Catholicam . . . contrariam Religioni Helisa- 
bettae assertae Reginae Angliae et a patre singulariter 
didicisset quod esset bonum orare pro mortuis et a vetulis 
laudari audivisset celebrationem Sacrae Missae attamen 
postea, etc' 'Militavit contra Catholicos in Gallia.' 'Can- 



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tarit psalmos eo modo quo cantant haeretici Genevenses, 
etc' Abjuration subjoined. The galleys during pleasure. 
f. 205. Benjamin Underwood of Exeter (voluntary). 
f. 232. Robert Brown of London. To be imprisoned. 
f. 235. Robert Green of Lincoln, ditto, f. 240. Thos. 
Godfrey of Norwich, ditto, f. 244. Edw. Clark of Bristol 
(similar to Foster's case, f. 222, the galleys), f. 247. Chris- 
topher Foster of Dover (similar offence and sentence). 
f. 210. Edw. Selman of Brutton dio. Bath (similar). 
f. 252. Thos. Lutton, or Louton, of Egremont, dio. Carlisle 
(similar), f. 256. Thos. Vincent of Balem, dio. Norwich 
(similar offence), and ' quod psalmos cantavit haereticorum 
Anglicorum more' : the galleys, f. 259. Daniel Gagger of 
Stowmarket (similar), f. 263. Wm. Connon of London, 
* reum super crimine heresis inquisitum, carceratum ac 
confessum, etc' Perpetual imprisonment, on condition of 
abjuration, which, as usual, is subjoined, f. 267. Matthew 
Gibbons of London, ' reum inquisitum et career, ac con- 
fessum quod educatus fuerit iuxta impias leges praetensae 
Reginae Angliae, etc' Imprisonment. f. 271. Wm. 
Robinson of Chester, f. 305. Henry Suchi of Wibunbury, 
Chester, * carcerato . . . et piu volte essaminato, hai final- 
mente confessato ' {inter alia had believed that there were 
only three sacraments, the third being matrimony), 
f. 308. Philip Loune of Southampton (voluntary), f. 312. 
Gilbert Burne of London ('piii volte essaminato'). f. 315. 
Edmond Archbold of Rylryral, dio. Dublin (voluntary). In 
every case the abjuration is subjoined. There are also 
some cases of persons who, having been captives to the 
Turks, had conformed to Mohammedanism, and who pre- 
sented themselves voluntarily, alleging that they had never 
denied, or in their hearts rejected, the Christian faith ; 
also a case of sorcery. 

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Vol. 5. Sentences and abjurations for the year 1603. 

f. 271. Ottavio Cesarani, continually celebrating Mass 
and performing other sacerdotal oflBces, being only a sub- 
deacon. Delivered to the Secular Court, i.e. the Governor 
of Rome. 

f. 349. Bartholomeus Perettus Marsorum Episcopus. Com- 
municating with a sorcerer, 'tum pro sciendis o6cultis turn 
pro habendo commercio hostis humani generis, et (quod 
aiunt) spiritu familiari obtinendo.' A mago quodam, ' ac- 
ceperat ampullam plenam liquoris ad doemonem {sic) inibi 
alligatum colloquendum aptati, etc' Suspended (after 
abjuration) from his office and from the exercise of any 
holy orders for ten years, and further at pleasure, and to be 



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formally imprisoned in the office of the Inquisition for the 
same period. 

British names are : 

f. 5. George Duff de civitate EUiae Provinciae Morensis 
in regno Scotiae (voluntary). 

f. 191. Robert Gore of Kimbolton aet. 20 (voluntary). 

f. 303. Christopher Jennings of London (voluntary). 

f. 430. Edward Swan of Langden (ditto). 

There are several cases of sorcery and of conformity to 
Mohammedanism. 

1229 

Vol. 6. The sentences and abjurations of 1607. 

f. 44 is the sentence against Franciscum Michel fil. q. 
Honfredi cognomento Windier of Eston, in the diocese of 
Northampton. Amongst the charges are ' Quod hereticos 
impense laudaveris et dixeris Foxium quendam Anglum 
hereticum qui pseudomartyrum hereticorum martirologium 
scripsit fuisse virum valde probum, Catholicos Anglos a 
q. praetensa Regina Elisabetta iam pridem pro fide occisos 
omnes fuisse proditores, et nequaquam religione, sed pro 
suis proditionibus interfectos, teque id certo scire eo 
quod eorum examinibus interfueris. Hereticos pro suis 
heresibus in Anglia olim a Regina Maria damnatos ac 
morti traditos fuisse martires constantissimos. Insignem 
ilium hereticum annis elapsis Romae combustum, ob sacri- 
legum facinus contra eucharistiam commissum fuisse mar- 
tirem. . . . Te ex parentibus hereticis natum et in Anglicana 
protestantium secta educatum et instructum fuisse, omniaque 
ideo quae ipsi protestantes heretici credunt olim credidisse. 
. . . Ecclesiam Catholicam esse illam Anglicanam.' 

* Verum cum ante annos septem esses in Irlandia, Catholici 
sacerdotis suasu Catholicum effectum predictas opiniones 
et hereses reliquisse, et ejusdem sacerdotis ministerio ab 
excommunicatione absolutum et in gremium sanctae matris 
ecclesiae clam fuisse receptum, etc' Therefore he is released 
from all censures which he had incurred, certain penances 
being imposed, 19th Feb., 1607. 

fol. 194. Sentence against Stefano Perino figliuolo del q. 
Pietro Blani a Ver6 Diocesi di Lione in Francia dell' eta d' 
anni 17. 

On the 20th March, 1606, he had abjured the heresies of 
the sect of Calvin, and had been prescribed certain pen- 
ances, but soon after was denounced, charged with saying, 
on the 22nd of the same month, that these penances were 
bagatelles and of no value, with showing by his words that he 
did not believe that heretics were in a state of damnation, 



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with scorning confession, etc. As he denied the charges 
on oath, ' dicendo d' esser buon Christiano fil necessario 
venir controdite al rigoroso essame, nel quale nendimeno 
costituto, niente de novo aggiungesti k tuoi primi detti.' 
He is, therefore, vehemently suspected of heresy, and is 
required to abjure every heresy and sect, * che contradica 
alia S'* Catolica et Apostolica Romana Chiesa.' On this 
condition he is condemned to formal imprisonment in the 
Holy Office as long as the Cardinal Inquisitors think fit, 
and certain penances imposed. In his abjuration, which is 
subjoined, he declares that * da che son fatto Catolico 
sempre ho creduto, credo adesso, et con I'aiuto di Dio 
credero sempre per I'avenire tutto quello che crede predica 
et insegna la S'* Catolica et Apostolica Romana Chiesa,' 
16 Mai, 1607. 

f, 198. Sentence against Joannes f. Joannis Scoti de 
loco Todrie Provinciae Tundaliae (qu. Haddington) in 
Regno Scotiae ast. 21. He presents himself of his own 
accord and deposes, that having been born of Calvinist 
parents and brought up by them in Calvinism, he has 
hitherto held certain heresies. His abjuration wholly 
written in his own hand is subjoined, and the usual 
penances are imposed, 17 Mai, 1607. 

f. 277. Sentence against Marco Antonio Capello, of the 
order of Minorites, one of the seven authors of the treatise 
entitled, ' Trattato dell' Interdetto della S** di di Papa 
Paolo V.,' in which the cause of Venice was defended 
against the Pope. After abjuration, he is to publish a book 
revoking his errors, etc., nth July, 1607. His abjuration is 
added. 

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Vol. 7. Sentences and abjurations of [half] the year 
161 5. There is an index prefixed which contains 
references extending as far as fol. 659, but the 
present volume ends with fol. 307, 20th June, 
1615. 

Most of the cases in this volume are of converts, bom of 
heretic parents, who present themselves spontaneously. In 
such cases certain slight penances are imposed. 

There are also cases of persons who confess that they have 
practised sorcery. These are dealt with as under slight 
suspicion of heresy, namely of believing in the lawfulness 
of such practices. Sentence in one case, seven years in the 
galleys (fol. 147). 



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So also a criminal who is in prison under a capital charge, 
having made it known that he had committed bigamy, is 
brought before the Holy Office, and on his confession 
pronounced to be under vehement suspicion of heresy, viz. 
of believing it to be lawful to take a second wife while the 
first is living (fol. 109). 

There are also cases of persons who having been taken 
prisoners by the Turks had professed Mohammedanism, but 
had afterwards escaped, and who spontaneously present 
themselves, declaring that they had never with their lips 
denied the Christian religion. These are under vehement 
suspicion of apostasy (ff. 41, 61). 

f. 305 is the case of one Lorenzo Cavaccio of the order 
of Preachers, who had celebrated Mass without having any 
holy orders (to which he was admitted later). He was sub- 
jected to torture by the Holy Office at Modena, and denying 
the charge was released. Having left Italy he sends his 
confession, supplicating that on his spontaneously present- 
ing himself he may be received. He is regarded as under 
slight suspicion of heresy, viz. believing that one not 
ordained can consecrate the bread and wine and convert 
them into the body and blood of the Lord. His request 
was granted. 

ff. 199-208 contain the case of Carlo, son of Prince Fer- 
rante Gonzaga, voluntarily appearing, condemned for sorcery 
and murder (two, one of a man who refused to give him a 
book in which were bound the seven spirits of the days of 
the week ; another of one who he feared would denounce 
him). He is sentenced to be relegated to a place to be 
assigned by the Inquisition, and to pay a fine of 8000 scudi. 
Amongst the converts there appear from the British 
Isles : Maurice, son of Robert Gryffin of O'Gunilog, dioc. 
Bangor (f. 17); John, son of Thos. Randeel, Durham (21); 
Jeffrey Davies of London (29) ; John Hepburn of St. 
Andrews (227); James Hamilton of Edinburgh (105) ; John 
Forbes of Clunie, in Dunkeld ; Wm. Elis, or Filers, of 
Lincoln (283); Robert Forster of Kalmon, dioc. Dublin in 
Scotia (f. 37, perhaps an error for Dunblane) ; Robert Gray, 
sacerdos professus Ord. Min. de Obs. Ref. f. Onfredi. He 
had taken the oath of allegiance in order to escape im- 
prisonment (f. 313). The Index contains also the names of 
George Tindal of York; John Crassin of Exeter; Presb. 
Petrus Perchinius (Perkins) of Limerick; John Jones (Gions) 
of Bangor. 

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Vol. 8. Sentences and abjurations of the year 1628. 
Like the former contains only the first half of the year. 






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ending i6th June with fol. 297. Several folios are displaced 
in the binding, and 187 to 198 are wanting. 

f. 7. Case of an Irish priest, Thadeus Donsleve O'Farii 
(O'Farrihy)of Skreen,Tuam; 'paupertateimpulsusconvenisti 
dominum Collegii haereticorum in civitate Dublin.' He had 
lived ' extrinsecus more haereticorum,' but never in his 
heart doubted of the Catholic religion. His examination 
is in the third series, vol. 3, fol. 929. (Both publ. by 
Gibbings, Dublin, 1868.) 

f. 57. Anna Wilson of Langniddry, dioc. St. Andrews, 
Scotland, wife of James O'Grady Hib. (Her examination 
in the third series, vol. 3, f. 859). 

f. 143. John Riley of Tattenhall, Staffordshire, (His 
examination appears in the third series, vol. 3, f. 907.) 

f. 165. Anna Ballach of Limerick, aet. 16, of mixed 
parentage (see 3rd Series, vol. 3, f. 86o). 

f. 209. Case of a priest who had become perverted, but 
now spontaneously presents himself and abjures his heresy. 

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Vol. 9. (numbered within, vol. 1301) Proceedings, 
1635 to 1639, i^ot chronologically arranged. 
This volume contains denunciations, examina- 
tions, etc., and should therefore be assigned to 
the third series. There are included sundry 
papers containing charms, etc., found on the 
accused. One of the charms is on vellum, ' le 
parole che mando I'lmperator Carlo, et sono 
provate.' There is a copy of the same on paper. 
Also prayers to Saint Daniel and Saint Martha, 
with engraved pictures of them, 1637. 



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Vol. 10. Sentences and abjurations in 1650; heres}', 
polygamy, sorcery. 

f. 368. M. A. Ciaffoni, secular priest, appears voluntarily, 
and confesses that *ho abusato il Sacramento della Peni- 
tenza, etc' He is adjudged to be vehemently suspected of 
heresy, f. 158. Dan. Solby of York. f. 250. John Walpole 
of London, f. 292, Rob. Curtis of Yarmouth, f. 400. Gilb. 
Butler of Crean, Ireland (all voluntarily). 
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1234 

Vol. II. Sentences, etc., of the year 165 1 ; chiefly for 
sorcery, but also for heresy, bigamy, etc. There 
are also several professions of the orthodox faith 
on the part of Oriental ' schismatics.' 

f. 271. Giovanni Morellati, for celebrating Mass not 
being in holy orders, is vehemently suspected of heresy, 
i.e. of'believing this to be lawful. (Appeared voluntarily). 

f. 19. Raffel Wood of Chester, f. 55. William Adnam of 
Tantony. f. 59. John Clerk of Torrington. f. 249. Thos. 
Ramsay of Leith (all voluntary). 

1235 

Vol. 12. Sentences, etc., of the year 1657, chiefly for 
sorcery. 

Several musicians are condemned for having gone from 
Italy to the service of the Queen of Sweden ; one is con- 
demned to imprisonment during pleasure ; the others who 
appeared voluntarily are subjected to light penances (ff. 19, 
45. 75> 121, 133). 

1236 

Vol. 13. Sentences, etc., of 1658; heresy and 
sorcery. 

English converts are: f. 41. John Harlock of Essex, a 
sailor who had come to Leghorn to join the service of the 
Pope and Venice against the Turks, f, 53. John Murray of 
London, a soldier who had been healed of his wounds in 
the house of a Catholic cavalier (in England), f. 61. Henry 
Buckler, sailor, f. 118. John Bruce of Galloway, a soldier, 
f. 148, Andrew Jonson, trumpeter, who had come to Leg- 
horn to serve Venice, f. 234. Fras. Suckley, a sailor, alsa 
at Leghorn, f. 260. Jas. Everton, sailor, f. 291. Wm. 
Crocker, ship's captain, and Rob. Pits, his servant. 

1237 

Vol. 14. Sentences, etc., for 1659. 

Apostasy (ff. 141, 161, 209). Abuse of the confessional 
(fF. 19, 102, 147). English converts (f. 7), Rich. Blunt. 
f. n. Nat. Warner, sailor, f. 15. Sam. Ilan. 



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1238 

Vol. 15.^ Liber Sententiarum et Abjurationem, 1608. 

f. 574. Proceedings against Fulgentio Manfredi of Venice. 
Sacerdote Professo dell' Ord" de Min" Ossenanti for heresy. 
Amongst the erroneous propositions publicly asserted by 
him was that the Interdict laid upon Venice by the Pope 
should not be feared or observed. He had also extolled 
and praised the Kingdom of England, saying that it was a 
holy kingdom and the like. Published with the further 
proceedings in 1610, by Gibbings, London, 1582. 

British names occur: f. 139. John ' de Geronimi ' (.-*) 
Essex; f. 144. John Kytchin, London; f. 161. Cornelius 
Ashton, Stafford ; f. 164. Rich. Cotes, Nottingham ; 
f. 204. John Fessi (?), Buckingham; f. 209. John de Grini, 
Chester; f. 213. Matthew Alan, London; f. 229. Robert 
Hooper, Salisbury ; f. 253. Edw. Henry, Stockton, Salop ; 
f. 289. Edmund Hall, Ely; f. 303. John Ellard, Exeter; 
f. 307. Rich. Morris, Stafford ; f. 363. Wm. Cotton, Stocker, 
dio. Chester; f. 381. Patr. Guthrie, Brechin; f. 393. Arthur 
Yarde, Bradley, Devon. ; f. 451. Antony Toomes, Hereford ; 
f. 459. Rob. Lane, Ashbourne ; f. 463. Edw. Prichard, 
Winchester ; f. 487. Geo. Drummond, Haddington ; f. 499. 
Peter, son of David, Scotland ; f. 533. Marg. Stonier, 
Congleton; f. 537. Randolph Bullock, Stafford ; f. 541. John 
Bagnill, Exeter; f. 544. Edw. Bullock, Limerick (his 
parents also now join the Roman Church); f. 589. Geo. 
Gordon, Aberdeen ; f. 592. Edw. Kincaid, Edinburgh ; 
f. 597. Wm. Gordon. 

f. 201 is the case of a Spaniard who had been given a 
Mohammedan book to read, and had read it and not 
denounced the persons who gave it to him ; he comes from 
Spain to make his confession. 

f. 269 is the case of a Spaniard who had been persuaded 
to become a Mohammedan on being told that he was 
descended from Moors, but on coming to Valladolid, and 
seeing ' la grandezza della fede Catholica,' he returned to 
the Church. 

1239 

Vol. 16. Liber sententiarum et abjurationum, 16 10. 

f. 120. Proceedings against Bartolomeo Rondenini Sacer- 
dote Professo dell' Ord. de Pred', who having exercised in 
^lantua the office of Vicar of the Holy Office, had revealed 

^ Vol. 15-19 of the second series, and 32-35 of the third series, comprise the 
i papers mentioned by Benrath as being in parcels, unbound. 

S 2 



260 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



to a Religious person under accusation of heresy, the names 
of the informer and of the witnesses, and the matter of their 
depositions ; sentenced to ten years in the galleys. 

f. 273. Further proceedings against Fulgentio Manfredi, 
relapsed. He is delivered to the Secular Court (see pre- 
ceding vol., f. 574). 

British names are: f. 29. John Ballantine, Edinburgh; 
f. 68. John Traunt, London ; f. 76. Robert Bernard, 
Hunnington, Devon ; f. 171. John Hareis, Dumfries ; 
f. 175. Isaac Hamilton, Edinburgh; f. 183. James Boyd, 
Edinburgh ; f. 241. Abraham Moffett, London ; f. 251. Alex. 
Batte, Norwich ; f. 258. Henry Knyvett, Ashwellthorpe ; 
f. 281. Rob. Turnbull, Dunfermline ; f. 299. John Campbell, 
Argyll; f. 329. Edw. Robinson, Durham; f, 348. Rich. 
Ockley, Salop ; f. 383. Andr. Humfrey, Oxford. 

1240 

Vol. 17. Liber sententlarum et abjurationum, 1652. 

f. I. Sentence against Jacobus Archiepiscopus Mechlin- 
ensis and Antonius Episcopus Gandavensis for disobedience 
to order to appear and purge themselves. They are 
interdicted from entering the church and suspended from 
the exercise of their episcopal functions. 

f. 261. Several Greeks, including Hierotheus Abbas, 
Archimandrita Cefalonensis, make profession of faith. 

f. 293. Riso Guglielmo (qu. Rhys Williams) of Llandaff, 
a soldier, abjures his heresy. 

The cases are chiefly of sorcery and heresy. 

1241 

Vol. 18. Liber sententlarum et abj'urationum, 1654. 

The cases consist chiefly of confessions of heresy or 
sorcery, with several of polygamy and blasphemy. 

British names are: f. 21. Wm. Cook (apostate to Pro- 
testantism); f. 47. John Collison, Aberdeen; f. 91. John 
Mursich, London; f. 140. George Bridges, Castle Keynsham; 
f. 144. George Freeman, London, painter. 

1242 

Vol. 19. Liber sententlarum et abjurationum, 1655. 

The contents are similar, f. 228 and f. 246 are cases of 
musicians who, without permission, entered the service of 
the Queen of Sweden. 



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f. 7. Franc, de Roxos ord. min. obs. Celebrating Mass, 
not being in Holy Orders. 

f. 12. Giovanni Boni when in prison of the Secular 
Courts, fearing the torture of the cord, learned a charm 
against it from a fellow-prisoner. He confesses. 

f. no appears John Williams of London. 

1243 

Series III., vol. i. Deposition of witnesses in the pro- 
cess against the Bishop of Policastro (see above, 
II. I. 69. 

1244 

Vol. 2. * Sancti Officii Liber Sponte Comparentium 
coeptus die xxviii Decembris, mdcxxv.' 

f. 164 bears the title 'Liber Sponte Comparentium coeptus 
xvi. Julii, 1625.' It is numbered vol. 1313, and has 353 
numbered folios, exclusive of the Index, the last five blank. 
The Index, which is at the end, includes the following 
volume, the folios of which are numbered in continuation. 
Both volumes contain denunciations, examinations, etc. 

English names are numerous, f. 14 is John Napeir (so 
signed). Baron of Merchiston. 

f. 17. John Orrok, of St. Andrews, in reply to inquiry, 
describes the personal appearance of a certain Hugh 
Meredith, who came with him from Brussels, and who said 
he wished to become a Catholic. 

1245 
Vol. 3. Continuation of vol. ii. begins f. 356. 

Sancti Officii Liber Sponte Comparentium coeptusxxixDec. 
MDCxxvi. f. 529. Liber Sponte Comp., a die iiij Jan., 1627; 
f. 755 ditto, 1628; f. 958 ditto, 1629. The folios are num- 
bered up to 1090, but the last 25 are blank. 

f. 627 begin papers relating to Timotheus Logaradi, 
Archbishop of Cyrene in Crete, who, with his son Emanuel 
(a priest) and the wife and four children of the latter, having 
been shipwrecked on the coast of Italy, presents himself and 
declares his wish to join the Roman Church. The de- 
claration of the Archbp. is f. 639, and that of his son on 
f. 640. There are inquiries as to the truth of the Arch- 
bishop's allegations. 



262 CA TALOG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



f. 461. Thos. Dedan, of Ipswich, being asked whether he 
knows any heretics ' in partibus Catholicorum,' gives names 
of three English in Leghorn. There is a marginal note 
' hoc caput fuit missum cum litteris Inquisitori Pisan.,' 
3rd Oct., 1626, and there follows a report from Pisa, 
1 8th Oct. 

f. 658. Wm. Leggett (Leghet) gives information of 
English heretics in Leghorn. 

f. 762. Andrew Darling gives similar information about 
Geo. Swan, whose servant Rob. Antrobus he knows to be a 
heretic. This information is forwarded to Pisa, and the 
report from Pisa follows. 

f. 929 is the examination of Thadaeus O'Farrihy (see 
Series IL, vol. 8, fol. 7). 

f. 859(5. The Declaration of Anna Wilson als O' Grady 
(Ser. IL, vol. 8, f. 57) and f. 860, that of her son by a former 
husband, Peter Jas. Keith. 

English names are very frequent. 

f. 386 has the signature and seal of Luke Wadding, 
Qualificator. 



1246 

Vol. 4. (Inscribed 'vol. 1303 Neapolitana ') Deposi- 
tions, etc., in various causes, taken at Naples, 
chiefly against ecclesiastics, 1631 to 1638, f. 632; 
but the references in the Index extend to 743. 
The documents are those which have been sent 
to Rome for decision, and the decision is usually 
endorsed. 

ff. 206 to 268 contain the proceedings in the case of 
Leonardo Perrone. 

fF. 272 to 370 those in the case of Antonio di Ruggiero 
'per parole hereticali.' 

ff. 442 to 583. ' Contra Clerum Sancti Petri de Catholica; 
Clerum Sancti Juliani Castrovillar. Cassanensis Dioecesis,' 
an ecclesiastical dispute. 



1247 
Vol. 5. Cases of polygamy, etc., 163 2-1 635, Milan, 
Cremona, Ferrara, etc. ff. 1—272 are occupied 
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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 263 



1248 

Vol. 6. Copies of proceedings in various towns of 
Italy, 1 63 1 to 1638, with decisions endorsed as 
before. 

The volume begins f. 190 with the process against Fr. 
Ludovicum ord. min. de observantia ' in materia sollici- 
tationis.' Endorsed * decretum ut torqaeatur acriter pro 
habenda veritate.' The subsequent report follows, ' ha 
sostenuta la negativa in una hora di corda.' This is dated 
1638. f. 300, ' Contra Fr. Josephum de Asola ord. min. 
observ. qui dimisso habitu sub nomine Francisci Monterni 
uxorem duxit,' 1631 (Sentenced to ten years in the galleys). 
There are other similar cases, and several of sorcery and 
charms. At the end of the volume are 21 ff. of the year 
171 1, containing proceedings against sisters of the convent 
of the Annunciation, in Tuderto, for sorcery. 

1249 

Vol. 7. 1636 to 171 T. The vol. begins with £ 272, 
an. 1636, a case of sorcery in Rome (the in- 
criminated charms are enclosed) ; but after f. 287 
a fresh numeration begins, and the documents 
are from the provinces, Naples, Perugia, Piacenza, 
etc. 

1250 

Vol. 8. 1672 to 1690. Chiefly Ancona and Siena. 
The earliest date seems to be that of 1672. 
f. 199. It is preceded by papers bearing date 
1690. After f. 211 is a title, 'Index Volum. 
2255.' This is a short table of Contents of the 
remainder of this volume, which consists — first, 
of the proceedings in the case of Fra Antonio 
Francesco de Candelari, of Ancona, a Capuchin 
priest, author of books entitled, * Regula Per- 
fectionis continens breve et lucidum compendium 
totius vitae spiritualis,' and ' Regola di per- 
fettione, etc' He is called a Quietist, and is 
•alleged to have founded a society called ' La 



264 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

notte oscura,' or ' La compagnia della Volonta 
di Die' The first document is dated 1672, the 
last 1690. These begin f. 184. Secondly, fif. 225 
to 302 are occupied with copies of letters fronv 
many other Quietists. 

1251 

Vol. 9. 1696— 1 7 10, Ancona, etc. 

flF. I to 123 consists of informations, etc., on the matter 
of the Quietists at Ancona, 1696. f. 122 (bound after 65) 
is ' Resultato dal {sic) processo informativo.' 

f. 125. 'Contra Sororem Ursulam Laviniam Tertiariam 
ord. min. ob praetensas biasphemias hereticales,' 1706. 

fF. 139 to 236. 'Contra Sor. Rosam JacintamMiconi, Sor. 
Candidam Auroram Delfini moniales,' 1706. 

ff. 243 to 285 (vol. 2543). ' Contra Sororem Dorotheam 
Capolzi monialem ob praetensam extractionem ab ore par- 
ticulae consecratae,' Salerno, 1709. 

1252 

Vol. 10. I. Bologna, Rome, etc., 1692— 1697. 

1. Bologna 1696. Processus in causa homicidii commissi 
in Persona olim Antonii Bartolutii Mandatarii in Vicaria 
S' Officii . . . per Nicolaum et Carolum Antonium fratres de 
Gottarellis de Castro Bonon. sub die 23 Nov. 1693 cum 
quibus aderat [Franciscus Gardus] famulus eorumdem. 

2. f. 57. Rome 1697. Con. Franc. Monetti pnsum Poli- 
gamum similitudinarium. 

3. f. 106. Pavia 1697. Con. Antonium Bove ob pnsas 
Biasphemias et propones hereticales. 

4. f. 161. Urbania 1694, Con. Josephum Rombaldonum 
pnsum Sortilegum. 

5. f. 253. Rome 1693-4. Con. Petrum Lebo [Le Beau] a 
Trajecto ad Mosam vulgo Mastrich, Sortilegum. 

6. f. 316. Rome 1692-3. Con. Joh. PaulumValenti pnsum 
Sortilegum. 

7. f. 359 to 491. Spoleto 1696. Con. Petr. Paul. Granieri 
ob prop, hereticales. 

1253 

Vol. II. Begins f. 214 Num" 7°"* (but a fresh pagin- 
ation begins f. 222, which is also numbered 7).. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 265 



Parma and Borgo Sandonino 1697—8: Contra 
Dominicum del Prato pnsum Reum furti Pixidis 
cum particulis consecratis et Joan. Bapt. Capelli, 
pnsum complex. A plan of the church and 
of the Capuchin convent is subjoined. 

At the end of the volume is an 'Index Rerum notabilioram 
Processus.' At f. 144 is also an ' Index Contestationum * 
and a list of witnesses. 

1254 

Vol. 12. Bisanzone e Roma 1690— 1695 (Vol. 2263). 
Contra D. Petrum Billaud presbiterum Eccl. de 
Villers a S'° Marcellino Bisantinae Dioecesis 
Rectorem, ob prensas Propositiones hereticales; 
* postquam in carceribus Curiae Archiepalis per 
quadriennium et ultra denuo miserrime deli- 
tuerat,' he is acquitted, ' cum notorie ac mani- 
feste appareat eum non pro dogmate sed pro 
disputatione inter prandendum de quibusdam 
Catholicae Religionis Articulis esse condem- 
natum.' 

1255 

Vol. 13. Faenza, Avignon, Viterbo, 1694— 1698. 

1. Faenza, 1697. Con. Galium Galli ob pnsas propones 
hereticales. 

2. f. 23. Squillace, 1698. Con. Didacum Comes (Diego 
Gomez) ob attentam poligamiam. 

2 dup. f. 51. Avignon 1694. Contra Abram Conten 
hebreum ob emptionem factam unius domus prope Eccle- 
siam contra Constitutiones Apostolicas. 

3- f- 79. Viterbo, 1698. Con. Bartholomeum Ceccarone 
pnsum Blasphemum. 



1256 

Vol. 14. Milan, Rome, Florence, Malta, Cremona» 
Naples, 1687— 1 7 10. 

I. Milan, 1699. Con. Alex. Garignanum ann. 10 e mens. 
10; Carolum Mariam Pedacretta ann. 10, m. 4; Carolum 



266 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



Lorn bard inum ann. 8 e m. lo, de commixtione particularum 
consecratarum extractarum a pixide existente in taber- 
naculo. 

2. f. 31. Bagnorea, 17 10. Con. Ant. Lotta pnsum blas- 
phemum. 

3. f 48. Malta, 1699. Con. Ant. Schembi Pizzicardo 
delatum de fraudibus commissis in ejus apotheca. 

4. f. 104. Rome, 1708-10. Con. Andr. Massei vulgo il 
Marinaro et Jos. Giusti vulgo Rognetta de blasphemiis 
hereticalibus. 

5- f. 209. Florence 1710. Contra R. P. Fr. Joan. Bapt. 
ab Impruneta, ord. min. observ. et R. P. N. vulgo dictum 
delle Colombe ord. Praed. ob sollicitationem. 

6. f. 228. Cremona, 1635. Con. Fr. Bonagratia . . 
Giussano Ord. Min. Observ. in materia conceptionis B.V.M. 
('Che predicando nel Castello di Soncino . . . habbia detto; 
che quelli i quali tengono I'opinione che Maria sia stata 
concetta in peccato origle danno un sfregio in faccia alia 
verg^ ; che pero egli, difendendo la Conc°^ immacolata, etc' 
He is suspended from preaching). 

7. f. 236. Naples, 1687. Con. Fr. Joannem de Cruce et 
Fr. Joan, a S. Maria Ord. Min. Observ. S. Petri de Alcantara 
pnsos quietistas. 

8. f. 264. Lecce, 1688. Con. Nicol. Sabotum sponte 
compar. et D. Vitum de Paulis (sorcery). 



1257 

Vol. 15 (ex vol. 2543) Spoleto, 1699 ^t 1701. Infor- 
matio de vita et moribus necnon de conceptu et 
fama Theclae Baldini seu sororls Catharinae de 
Passione (Priora della casa delle Penitenti di 
Spoleti) in materia d' affettata Santita. 

Copia scriptorum circa seipsam a Thecla 
Baldini. 

The first numbered folio is 338, but this is preceded by 
26 folios containing an account written 17 13. Amongst the 
assertions made about Thecla were that she subsisted for 
long periods without other food than the consecrated wafer, 
and this not every day: to this there were many witnesses; 
she also said that she saw visions which she describes. It 
was alleged that she distributed to the sick a certain * acqua 
della Madonna della Querela,' in which were odours. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 267 



Between ff. 435, 436 are three papers inserted: 1°. Infor- 
mations dated 14 June, 1716, that a certain painter had 
portraits of the aforesaid Thecla now dead, and by some 
persons regarded as a saint ; and fear is expressed that these 
pictures may be made objects of worship. 2°. The ex- 
amination of the painter. 3°. Letter of the local inquisitor 
accompanying these. 4°. Declaration on oath of Anna de 
Spoleto, monialis questuatrix Monasterii Passionis Con- 
vertitarum, that on a former examination she had sworn 
falsely, having been previously instructed by Thecla what to 
say, and made to swear that she would say no otherwise. 
She had also broken the oath of silence imposed by the 
Inquisitors. The letters in which these documents were 
enclosed for transmission to Rome are added. 



1258 
Vol. 16. Bologna, Cremona, etc., 1707— 17 10. 

I. Bologna 1709-10. Contra Annam Mariam Fabiani 
pnsam Poligamam, et D. Josephum Carolum Pasqualinum 
Curatum Plebis Centi, qui in matrimonium conjunxit supra- 
dictam non servata instructione S. O. 

2 f. 121. Praeneste, 1710. Contra Annam Arcari pnsam 
Sortilegam. 

3. f. 141. Santa Severina, 1707-9. Contra P. Accursium 
k Policastro ord. min. de obs. ob pnsam prop, temerariam 
(' denunciato di haver costantemente asserito per effetto 
naturale e non gii miracoloso, la liquefattione e bollimento 
in presenza della testa del Sangue di S. Gennaro'). 

4. f. 185. Praeneste, 17 10. Contra Aloysium Fenici, 
laicum professum ord. Eremitarum S. Augustini ob pnsas 
blasphemias hereticales. 

5. f. 222. Aquapendente, 17 10. Contra Angelum Mar- 
zocchi pnsum Blasphemum. 

6. f. 266. Cremona, 1709. Contra Annam MinamBoinam 
pnsam Poligamam. 

7. f. 292. Penna, 1710. Contra P. Don Antonium de S° 
Guglielmo, Priorem ^lonasterii S. Nicholai ord. Cisterc. 
pnsum Sortilegum et P. Don Josephum Marianum S. 
Philippi Nerei ejusdem ord. pnsum complicem. 

flF. 186, 187 contain an index to vol. 1302, Ordinis Minor. 
Obser. This index has a reference to the case, vol. 14, 
No. 6. There is an older numbering of folios showing the 
following defects: flf. 117-132, 199-250, 286-318. 



268 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 

1259 

Vol. 17. Rome, Perugia, Saluzzo, etc., 1693— 1726. 

1. Rome, 17 10. Contra Josephum Sorgonti pnsum 
Blasphemum. 

2. Perugia and Florence, 1725-26. Contra Dominicum 
Agnesini k. Comporsevole pnsum Blasphemum. 

3. Rome and Praeneste, 1697. Contra Carolum della 
Posta a Ponte Corvo pnsum Poligamum. 

4. Saluzzo, 1696-1698. Contra Michaelem Signorilem et 
Franciscum Pezzonum ob pnsas propositiones hereticaies 
(hie admonetur Guber'^ Salutian. ut non impediat liberum 
exercitium S. Off. in causis fidei). Hie etiam adest circa 
dilationem seu obstaculum motum contra personam P. Pii 
Grossi quin libera baud valeat exercere munus Inq. 
Salutianum ad quod electus fuit, praetextu quum non sit 
subditus status Ducis Sabaudiae. 

Signorili was sentenced to the galleys for three years. 
He has also been sentenced to death by the Secular Court 
for homicide, and the Vicar-General of the Inquisition 
writes for instructions, 28 Oct., 1698. The sentence is 
changed to five years' imprisonment, but meanwhile he has 
been found hanged from a grating in the prison, f. 222. 
This leads to further inquiry, ff. 133-228. 

5. Rome, 1693. Contra Jacobum la Capella praetensum 
Poligamum. 

6. Casale, 1 697-1 699. Contra Jo. Barth, Senterium 
pnsum sortilegum et Josephum Carrettum. They had 
been charged in the Secular Court with homicide and theft, 
and the magical papers were found on them. fF. 24.5 to 
332- 

1260 

Vol. 18. Spoleto, Ancona, Venoza, etc., 1632— 1710. 

1. f. 82 (first existing). Spoleto, 171 1. Contra Alderanum 
Gulfi Advocatum Fiscalem S. Officii in Terra Saxiferrato de 
pnso Insultu in Concionatorem d'. Saxiferati (' nihilum 
contra ipsum resultat '). 

If. 1 14 to 324 wanting. 

2. f. 325. (35) Ancona, 171 1. Contra pnsum Attentatum 
factum ab Haebreis . . . contra Antonium Venturam Bona- 
fortuna puerum Christianum. 

'J"he child, about three years of age, had disappeared in 
Holy Week, and the rumour had been started that he 
was detained in the Jewish quarter, and it was proposed 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 269 



to burn it. Next day, however, the child was found 
in the cistern in a tanyard belonging to a Christian. 
However, another mother being heard lamenting that she 
could not find her son (7 years old), the same project 
was again set on foot. This child was found outside one of 
the gates of the city. The first document is a memorial to 
the Pope from the Hebrew community in Ancona, in which 
they recount the briefs that had been issued by former 
Popes for their protection, excommunicating those who 
propagated such calumnies, also letters of Sforza, Duke of 
Milan, of the Emperor Charles V., of the Republic of Venice, 
etc. The latest instance mentioned (prior to the present) 
is of 1705, in Venice, when a picture was found representing 
Hebrews killing a Christian child. Copies of some of these 
documents are enclosed, also a printed pamphlet, entitled : 
' Alia sagra consulta Illustriss: e Reverendiss: Monsig. 
Ghezzi Ponente per 1' University degl' Hebrei di Roma 
Memoriale. In Roma Nella Stamperia della Rev. Camera 
Apostolica 1706 [altered to 1705]'; 4to, 6 ff. with Som- 
mario, 4 ff., also : ' Memoriale Additionale ad altro dato li 
26 Settembre, 1705,' 8 ff. 

3. f. 421. (130) Teano, 17 10. Contra D. Antonium de 
Mattheis Sacerdotem Secularem, pnsum Sortilegum ; D- 
Thomam de Dionisio Sac. Sec. ; D. Thomam de Andreolo 
Clericum Secularem ; Alessandrum de Silvestris ; Agatham 
Nard : Isabellam de Liguoris. 

ff. 495 to 530 wanting. 

4. f. 531. (205) Venosa, 1632-3. Contra frem Franciscum 
Soldatum Bononiens. ord. min. obs. de quo alias. The first 
document is a letter from the Bp. of Molfetta representing 
that Franc. Soldati had been sentenced by the Abbot of S. 
Germanoto five years' imprisonment, and, although this term 
had expired, he is very ill-treated, and from this cause has 
become mad (24 July, 1632). The Bishop forwards a state- 
ment from which it appears that Soldati had been tortured 
and sentenced to five years' imprisonment in consequence 
of certain writings (containing secrets 'qualificati ad amorem 
odium mortem') found on him, '6 sono passati li cinque 
anni, e se trova crodelmente fabricato tri quattro mura, 
senza ascoltare mai messa, h. per un' buco con un' portello 
che si serra k chiave si li d4 da magnare, che questa non h 
I'intentione ni ordine della sacra congregatione, sta il detto 
devenuto matto.' According to the endorsement he had 
been sentenced, 13 Sept., 1628, so that the five years had 
not expired. However, the rest of the sentence is remitted, 
but his history does not end here. He claimed to be 
perpetual Vicar of Jesus Christ, and on the 8th March, 



270 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1633, it is ordered that he be sent in bonds to Rome. The 
papers which he asserted to have been dictated by Jesus 
Christ and the Virgin Mary are inserted. For a summary 
of the case see Gibbings: * Case of a Minorite Friar, etc./ 
i8S3» P- I?) J^ote. 

Prefixed to this volume is a table of Contents headed 
* vol. 2679.' Of the items included in this table and 
referred to the ff. noted here as wanting, three are found in 
vol. 14 of this collection, namely, Nos. 2, 3, 4. The others 
are: Florence: Fr. Ant. Franc. Sassi ord. min. de obs. pnsus 
sollicitans; and Perugia: Sor. Ang' Cat* de Fabris Monialis 
in Mon. St. Annunc. Tuderti pnsa Sortilega. The last 
No. (4) is clearly out of place. 

1261 

Vol. 19. Turin, Mantua, Cremona, Rimini, Vicenza, 
Modena, 1627— 1715. 

1. Turin, 1712-15 (inscribed vol. 2816). Contra Angelum 
Zoria Haebreum de Liburno ob pnsam cohabitationem et 
commercium carnale, cum procreatione duorum filiorum, 
cum Maria Helisabet Franssens a Bruxelles muliere 
Christiana (* sub promissione amplectendi fidem Romano- 
Catholicam,' f. 138). Several of his letters are enclosed. 
He is condemned to the galleys for seven years. 

2. f. 582 (199 to 581 wanting). Naples, 1634. Contra 
Frem Dionisium de Vitulano ord. min. obs. (with book of 
divination written by his hand). 

3. f. 595. Mantua, 1640. Contra Frem Chrisantem ord. 
min. obs. sponte comparentem. He had left his convent in 
Naples, intending also to abandon certain articles of the 
Catholic faith, and in Venice had met an English cavalier 
with whom he promised to go to England and preach 
against the infallibility of the Roman Church and certain 
other articles ; but a vision which he had seen three nights 
running had made him change his purpose. 

4. f. 609. Cremona, 1639. Contra frem Marium . . . ord. 
min. obs. Guardianum Conventus Soncin. (desollicitatione). 

5. f. 615 Rimini, 1638. Contra frem Gregorium de Jesi 
ord. min. obs. 

He had printed with the license of the Inquisitor of 
Ancona certain propositions in support of the doctrine of 
the Immaculate Conception, and had announced his in- 
tention of defending these publicly in the church of St. 
Mary, but the Vicar-General of the Inquisition prevented 
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that might arise, and seized the copies. One is enclosed. 
It is headed : ' Scoticum Syntagma, ac Theologicum (Im- 
maculatae) Conceptioni Beatissimae Mariae Virginis.' It 
is subscribed thus : ' Disputabitur public^ in Comitiis 
Provincialibus Fratrum Minorum Regularis Observantiae 
in Nobilissima Fani Civitate in Ecclesia Sanctae Mariae 
Novae. Argumentorum ictibus obsistet Frater Gregorius, 
qui supra Immaculatae Virginis, ac Scotico munitus prae- 
sidio Anno — Mense — Die — Hora. Anconae, 1638.' 

6. f. 635-699. Vicenza, 1627-37. Contra frem Aloysium 
Arzignanum ord. min. observ. 

7 (fresh numbering). Modena, 1693-4. Contra Marium 
Montecchium a formigine, delatum de praetensis blasphemiis 
et factis haereticahbus. 



1262 

Vol. 20. Venice, Rimini, Spoleto, 17 18— 1788. 

f. I. Venice, 1718-1721. Letters respecting an inquiry 
whether Jansenist principles had been introduced at the 
Universities of Padua or Turin, or in Venice. 

f. 19. Penna, 1788. Letters respecting charges against il 
Sacerdote Andrea Sartucci, de sollicitatione. 

f. 21. Venice, 171 8. About the repair of the house of the 
Holy Office. 

f. 23. Venice, 1720. Respecting the promotion to H0I7 
Orders of certain Religious of the order Zoccolanti (Fran- 
ciscan Recollets), in Bosnia. 

f. 27. Copy of the decree of Pope Eugenius IV., 1444, 
appointing Fabianus de Bachia (Vicarius Vicariae Bosnae) 
and his successors perpetual inquisitors in Hungary, Bosnia, 
Moldavia, Wallachia, Bulgaria, Russia, Slavonia. 

f. 32. 1716. Concerning a pension payable to the Holy 
Office from the mensa Vescovale of Verona, and a claim for 
tithe thereon. 

f. 34. Capo d'Istria and Trieste, 1732. Concerning pro- 
ceedings taken by the Bp. of Trieste against D. Nicolo 
Farra, sacerd. secolare, per abuso di Particoli consecrate a 
fini sortileghi, he being, as alleged, within the jurisdiction 
of the Inquisition of Capo d'Istria. 

f. 41. Order of the Doge of Venice to the Podesti of 
Padua, to consign INIichel Betterini to the Inquisition. 

f. 44. Observations on the affair of Tomaso Crudeli and 
complaints of the secular authority against the conduct of 
the inquisitor (imperfect, lettered C). 

f. 45. Malta, 1732-3. Concerning the Corsairs with 



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foreign crews at Malta with copy of proclamation (re- 
luctantly issued by the Grand Master), forbidding all to 
assist them under the penalty of five years in the galleys. 

f. 57. Decision rejecting the application of the Arciprete 
Carolo Joli for the Oratory of the Confraternity of the Holy 
Cross to be made his parish church (see vol. 30) ; the 
parish church of SS. Simon and Jude having been, as he 
alleged, ruined by the earthquake. 

f. 58. The matter of the Corsairs continues ; f. 60 is a 
protest from the Spanish minister against the decree. 

f. 74. Rimini and Frontino, 1785, concerning an insult 
offered to the Bp. of Montefeltro by a Vicar of the Holy 
Office, who disregarded the bishop's order as to the dress of 
the clergy on the occasion of his arrival. 

f. 86. Spoleto and Narni, 1727. Concerning Doman. 
Sciabocco, imprisoned for bigamy, who effected his escape, 
killing the gaoler. Sentenced to the galleys for life. 

f. 98. Rimini, 1786. The inquisitor claims the privilege 
of importing his wine duty free. 

f. 102. About the repair of the church of the company of 
the Holy Cross after the earthquake. 

f. 108. About appointment of a coadjutor to the man- 
datory of the Inqusition. 

f. 112. Penna and San Marino, 1788. About the claims 
of the Bp. of Penna for certain contributions from the 
company of the Holy Cross. 

f. 122. Rimini and Ravenna, 1788 (papers from 1780 in- 
cluded). Papers relating to complaints against Pietro Belli, 
an officer of the Inquisition (see vols. 30, 31). 

f. 140. Rimini, 1788. Documents relating to the appli- 
cation of the Arciprete Joli (see f. 57), with protest from the 
Company of the Holy Cross, f. 155 is a medical certificate 
that no one had suffered from attending the church of 
SS. Simon and Jude. 

f. 160. Rimini, 1787. Application for the transfer to the 
Oratory of the Compagni della Carita, of the parochial cure 
of S. Maria, the church having been injured by the earth- 
quake. (The application was of a similar nature to that of 
the Arciprete Joli, but the circumstances were different). 

f. 171. Distribution of aid to poor proprietors who 
suffered from the earthquake. 

f. 173. Again the case of Arciprete Joli and the Company 
of the Holy Cross. 

f. 195. Venice, 1740. Concerning a revision of Armenian 
books. 

f. 205. Rimini. Complaint against the Cancelliere Foraneo 
of the Inquisition, that he has received into his house the 



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widow Anna Bertozzi Perozzi, with Pietro Pallari, against 
whom proceedings have been taken in the Bishop's Court. 

f. 212. Venice, 17 16. On contributions to the Inquisition 
from the Episcopal revenues of Verona. 

flf. 214, 228. Affair of Pietro Belli. 

f. 225. ' Feria 4' die 28 Maii, 1788, Secreta.' Appears to 
be minutes of resolutions about provincial reports. 

f. 226. Ditto, 6 Aug., 1788. 

f. 238. Malta, 1732. Representations from the islands of 
Tine and ^licone about the depredations of (Christian) 
Corsairs, which threaten the extirpation of Christianity 
there. 

f. 242. Rimini, 1787. Estimate for repairs to the church 
of SS. Simon and Jude. 

f. 247. Rimini, 1787. Memorial of the poor in favour of 
the Company of the Holy Cross against the Arciprete Joli. 

f. 252. Fermo, 1709. Memorial from Antonio di Taddeo 
respecting wages (3 crowns) due to him these five or six 
years by an oflScer of the Inquisition, who, being judicially 
sued, claimed exemption from the civil jurisdiction, re- 
quiring complainant to meet him before the Inquisition of 
Fermo, where he is surgeon. 

f. 256. Proposal to commute for a single paj-ment an 
obligation to supply annually to the Capuchins of Rimini a 
barrel of oil, and to certain other bodies some contributions 
in money. 

1263 

Vol. 21. I. Faenza, 17 18— 21 (inscribed vol. 3023). 
Contra Frem Joannem Franciscum Zanoni a 
Russio ord. min. obs. de abusu benedictionis 
ad inhonesta, sponte comparentem, et deinde 
denunciatum et diminutum, et Mariam Alag- 
dalenam Basigli de mala credulitate, spont. 

(Aegrotante puero quodam, matri ejus suasit Zanoni 
salutis spem unicam in hoc sitam esse, ut cum ea Religiosus 
rem haberet. Alias quoque mulieres, et puellas nonnullas 
praetextu benedicendi vitiaverat). 

2. Nardo, 1691 (si deve rimettere nel volume 2401). 
Contra Sororem Isabellam Tocca Monialem 



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Monerii S. Clarae Civitatis Neriton. ob errores 

et propones haeretlcales. 

(Her error was Quietism. Her confessor having first 
discovered this in confession, is perplexed between the 
supposed duty of denouncing her, and his fear of breaking 
the seal of confession, and thereupon consults his bishop, 
who, in his turn, asks for instructions. She is ultimately 
induced to denounce herself. 

1264 

Vol. 2 2. Rome, Ancona, Spoleto, Malta, Pisa, Man- 
tua, Perugia, 1717— 1721. 

1. Rome (3027), 1 72 1. Contra Innocentium Balliani 
Juvenem in Apotheca vulgo di Caff6 de pnsa propone 
haereticali. 

2. f. 10. Milan, 1720. Contra Jos. Pietra Santa de pro- 
ponibus haereticalibus. 

3. f. 34. Ancona, 1721. Contra Joan. Vincentium de 
Arsenio de praedictionibus status Animarum in aliam vitam 
migratarum. 

4. f. 48. Asti, 17 18. Contra il conte Jos. Anton. Mala- 
bayla d' Antignano de proponibus, et blasphemiis haereti- 
calibus. 

5. f. 68. Spoleto, 1717-8. Contra Joan. Bapt Desiderii 
de Interamna de pnsa reiteratione Sacramenti Chrismatis. 

6. f. 90. Ancona, 1720. Circa pnsum insultum factum 
Joanni Giongede in spretum Tribunalis sancti officii a 
Baroncello Guberni civitatis Laureti (Giongede had obtained 
a license from the Vicar of the Holy Office to sell books 
and images in the Piazza ; but the Governor Barigello 
removed them by force). 

7. f. 108. Mantua, 171 8. Contra Joan. Franc. Bollini 
pnsum blasphemum. 

8. f. 136. Rome 1720. Contra Joan. Baptam Massaglia 
vulgo il Prencipe Scovino, sguattaro di Cucina [sottococo] 
hujus S. Officii de pnsa delatione et explosione parvi sclopi 
vulgo Terzetta et cultri prohibiti. 

g. f. 145. Pisa, 1 72 1. Contra Joseph Magalli de pnsa 
propone censurabili. 

ID. f. 167. Rome, 1720. Circa reperitionem cujusdam 
particulae pnsae consecratae sub prima mappa lintea Altaris 
Divi Andreae in Basilica SS. Laurentii et Damasi, seu Contra 
Joan. Bardella de praed° delicto suspectum habitum. 



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11. f. 204. Malta. 1720. Contra Joan. Mariam Zammit 
Capitaneum S. OflBcii Melit. de pnsis percussipnibus illatis 
Petro Paulo Briffa. 

12. f. 244. Rome, 1720-21. Contra Jos. Ottoni militem 
de pnsa propone haereticali. 

13. f. 274. Perugia, 1721. Contra Jac. Phil, de Castro 
Ilicis pnsum Poligamum. 

f. 98. A table of contents to this volume, 
f. 22. A table of contents to vol. 3026. 
f. 64. A table of vol. 3025. 

1265 

Vol. 23. Malta, Modena, Velletri, Florence, Genoa, 
1636— 1711. 

1. Malta (vol. 3025), 171 1. Contra Equitem Frem Jac. 
Armand de Belmont ord. S. Joan. Hierosolymitani et alios 
xii. Equites ejusdem ordinis pro Institutione cujosdam con- 
gregationis nuncupatae de Bicchieri. 

2. f. 107. Modena, 1717-1730. Contra Joan. Franc. 
Bignardi Neophitum k Judaismo pnsum reiudaizantem ; 
[plus semel apostatam] David Fani Judeum Mantuanum 
N. Medinam Judeum Libumi; Salomonem Sacerdoti Judeum 
Genuens. ; Camillum Barbieri Ord. S. Dominici. 

3. f. 172. Velletri, 17 10. Contra Bamabam Coluzzi, 
Dom"™ de Angelis alias il Castellane, sutorem; Annam 
Catherinam Guidoni; Joem. B*" Aristotele, sortilegos ad 
invenienda furata. 

4. f. 252. Florence, 1636-38. Contra Fr. Franc. Dia- 
mantem Interamn., Fr. Hieronymum de Spoleto ; Fr. 
Bernardinum de Montecchio (omnes ord. min. obs.) de 
sollicitatione in confessione. 

5. f. 308. 1626. Contra II Ministro Prov'* della Prov* di 
S. Francesco de Minori Osservanti ' Senza alcun rignardo 
al Sacro Tribunale e di sua propria autorita hi eletto e 
fatto Presidente nel Convento di S. Girolamo di Nami . . . 
un certo Era Francesco di Temi che 1' anno passato fu 
penitentiato dal S'° Officio. 

6. f. 312. Genoa, 1638. Contra Frem Jo. Baptam de 
Clavario Ord. Min. Obs. Guardianum Conventus S. Franc. 
Nova (neglecting to publish the decree de constitutionibus 
Apostolicis). 

7. f. 319. Genoa, 1697. Contra Jacobum Dupuis pnsum 
Poligamum ; Carolus Sigismundi, Jo. Bapt. Volumier., testes 
falsi. 

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1266 

Vol. 24. Siena, Rome, Mantua, Trivento, 17 18— 1727. 

1. Siena e Pienza, 17 18-1727. Contra Sacerdotem Ca- 
millum Marchi Canonicum Collegiatae Senalongae dictique 
loci Mandatarium S. Officii ob pnsum stuprum cum prae- 
gnantia Pasquae Rosae Expositae Hospitalis Senen. ; necnon 
ob pnsas violentias molestias et iniurias illatas Margheritae 
BuUetti. (It appears that whilst these cases were pending 
in the court of the Bishop of Pienza, the Inquisitor had 
given the patent to Marchi. The bishop complains that by 
the interference of the Inquisitor with his process, his 
Vicar was compelled to desist, ' e lasciar ch^ il Prete segua 
a tenere impunimento la vita licenziosa che fin' ora ha 
tenuto.') Amongst the documents is a copy of a precept 
of the Secular Court to Margarita Bulletti, ' gravida da 
sei in sette mesi,' ordering her to give security ' di con- 
servare il Feto et rendere conto del medesimo venuto che 
sari alia luce,' * ne quello disperdari violentemente 6 ne 
procurer^ Taborto alia pena di scudi cento d'oro, etc' 
(f. 27). _ __ 

2. f. 72. Rome and Corsica, 1701. Contra Prem Frem 
Clementem a Clavenzana (Calenzana) ord. min. obs. Ref. 
olim Provincialem Corsicae, sortilegum. 

3. f. 114. Mantua, 1726. Contra Prem Frem Carolum 
ord. min. obs. S. Francisci ob pnsam retentionem claviculae 
Salomonis, et aliarum scripturarum sortilegarum ; necnon 
ob pnsas propones haereticales. Antonium Masi custodem 
carceratorum S. Officii ob pnsam infidelitatem in suo 
officio. 

4. f. 261. Trivento, \J2l]' Contra Sacerdotem Christo- 
phorum d^ Vago Archiprum Oppidi Frusinonis ; Donatum 
Colavecchio et Joannem de Celma, ob pnsa experimenta 
sortilega ad Thesauros, necnon ob pnsas propones et 
blasphemias haereticales. 

f. 106 contains the table of contents (headed vol. 3200). 

1267 
Vol. 25. Rome, Perugia, Florence, 1725— 1727. 

1. Rome, 1727. Contra Dominicum Alibranti pnsum 
blasphemum. 

2. f. 33. Perugia. Contra Dominicum Guidotti et An- 
tonium Nicolaum Lucidi alias Morbidone ob pnsas blas- 
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3. f. 104. Florence, 1727. Contra Dominicum Ducci 
ob pnsas propones haereticales denotantes apostasiam a 
Fide Christiana Catholica. 

4. f, 162. Rome, 1725-26. Contra Dominicum Rubbio, 
MichaelemMugnos, et Franc*™ Falconetti Hispanos Clericos, 
de cooperatione et assistentiapraestita experimentis sortilegi 
cum demonis invocatione, abusu sacramentalium et sacra- 
menti baptismi, ob habendos nummos, fortunam, et vin- 
cendum in ludo et alia, sponte comparentes. 

Gasparum Romero Clericum Hispanum, Sacerdotem 
Salvatorem Gaiarri Presbrum Hispanum, care; Alexandrum 
Carpanti, vulgo Festarolo, Eccles. S. Laurentii in Damaso ; 
Didacum Cimino a Calabria militem, care, ; et Catherinam 
N. pnsos complices respe in suptis experimentis sortilegis. 

1268 

Vol. 26. Florence, 1 731— 1760. Documents relating 
to the controversy between the Holy Office and 
the lay ministers of the Grand Duke. 

1269 

Vol. 27. Venice, Spain, 1722— 1755. 

1. Circa I'Assistenza nel dominio veneto, e Una relazione 
del P. Rmo Lucini sopra il preteso concordato ; a collection 
of documents and precedents relating to the controversy 
between the Inquisition and the Republic of Venice, 
including (printed) ' Proclama pubblicato per deliberatione 
deir Ecceiso Conseglio di Dieci, Adi {sic) 25 Agosto, 1723, 
in IVIateria de Furti Sacrilegi commessi nelle Publiche 
Chiese.' 

2. f. 124. Spain, 1740. Relazione del sud° P. Rmo Lucini 
circa I'Inquisitione di Spagna in ordine a dover communi- 
care gl' atti richiesti dalla S. Sede, etc. After this, f. 133, 
the Venetian papers are continued. 

1270 

Vol. 28. Civita Vecchia, 1 768-1 784. 

I. Is a complaint against a familiar of the Holy Office for 
uprooting a neighbour's hedge. There follows a petition 
from certain galley slaves complaining of the inhumanity 
with which they are treated. There are several petitions of 
the same kind both from individual galley slaves and from 
groups. One complains that he believes his confessor has 
revealed his confession. 



278 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1271 

Vol. 29. Civita Vecchia, 1783— 1795. 

I, Complaints against Vincenzo de Angelis Cancelliere di 
S. Offizio, for acting as Chancellor substitute under the 
Civil Government, also for fraud. 

There follow various denunciations for blasphemy, sor- 
cery, and other offences in the galleys ; f. 60, a humble 
petition of Eugenio di Carlo Pocchi, who has been 
17 years in the galleys (after 8 in prison) 'per pretesa 
estrazione di scudi cinque olio.' 

f. 62. A complaint of the priest Giuseppe Gatt of Malta, 
resident in Civita Vecchia, agamst Vincenzo Natali, 
familiar of the Holy Office and executor of Niccola Moscat, 
for detaining certain money due to him under Moscat's 
will, a copy of which is enclosed in an ' Elengo di alcune 
cause civili de Patentati, etc' It appears to be decided 
that Natali, as a simple familiar, is not exempt from the 
jurisdiction of the Civil Courts. 

f. 74. Letter from Fr. Vincenzo Controversi, Vicario, 
respecting a parcel of books from Perugia to be despatched 
to Naples. All the books but three he knows to be 
permitted ; these three he sends. The original invoice is 
enclosed (1787). 

f. 84. List of consuls resident in Civita Vecchia. These 
are followed by further papers concerning de Angelis. 

f. 114. Complaint from Vetralla against D. Gian Domenico 
Cima, Arciprete della Cathedrale and Vicario foraneo per 
la Curia Vescovile di Viterbo, respecting his arrest and 
imprisonment of 'il Chierico Stefano Nardini.' It is 
alleged that the Arciprete wrongly used the name of the 
Holy Office (1789). 

f. 169. Complaint of certain Zelanti of Civita Vecchia 
that Thomas Grasselli, who has been appointed Cancelliere 
in the place of his brother (removed for official delinquency), 
not being a notary, many persons, and those not merely the 
ignorant, consider that an oath taken before him has no 
force, and its violation is a mere lie. 

f. 170. Complaint of many galley slaves that the under 
warders of the galleys connive at all sorts of offences ; that 
owing to the neglect of the chaplains there is no mass, and 
in short, ' li poveri forzati vivono come le Bestie senza 
nessuna assistenza tanto in vita, tanto in punto di morte; 
benche stiamo in luogo di castigo, siamo Cristiani.' 

f. 1 80. Proceedings against Giov. Vine. Toraca for lan- 
guage used in the public caf6 respecting the Holy Office, 
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f. 197. Complaint of the Vicar of the Holy Office re- 
specting a perquisition made in the house of an officer of 
the Inquisition without any authority from the Vicar, with 
proceedings thereon (1790). 

f. 230. Concerning abuses connected with the Pontifical 
crews in Civita Vecchia, 1795. 

ff. 226 and 242. Concerning the arrest, by order of the 
Secretary of State, of Vincenzo Valentine, Avvocato de' 
Rei del S. Off. (1795). He was arrested for detaining the 
passport of the captain of a certain vessel ; a question 
having arisen about the crews. 

f, 251. A letter from Maddalena Franceschi, farmer of the 
letter post of Civita Vecchia, respecting the exemption of 
letters not properly belonging to the Holy Office. 

f. 258. Concerning the impounding and sale of certain 
horses, etc., belonging to an official of the Inquisition, he 
not having the right of pasture. Appended is a printed 
statement of the case with copy of the law relating to such 
cases (1795)- 

1272 

Vol. 30. Rimini, Malta, Venice, etc., 1632, 172 1— 
1789. 

f. 8. Papers relating to the church of S. Simon and S. 
Jude in Rimini (II Sacerd. Carlo Joli Arciprete della 
Chiesa), injured by the earthquake of 1786 (1787). Other 
papers occur later in this volume, and in vol. 20 and vol. 31. 

f. I. Controversy between the Canonici della Collegiata 
di Cartocceto and the Vicar of the Holy Office as to their 
alleged privilege of holding the procession and benediction 
of the palms on the feast of S. Peter, Martyr (1788). 

f. 81. Pesaro. Concerning the suspension of the patent 
of Angelo Gasparini da Candelara (1787)- 

f. 94. Malta. Concerning outrages of certain Corsairs on 
the monastery and inhabitants of Patmos, 1632. 

f. 112. Petrella, 1788. Denunciation of D. Andrea San- 
tucci ob soUicitationem in confessione. Prefixed is a letter 
from Petr. Ant. Biudi, Parroco, beginning : ' Ne detestabile 
soUicitationis crimen inultum impunitumque dimittatur ut 
saepe accidit, etc. 

f. 134. Savignano, 1789. Concerning a complaint against 
Pietro Belli, mandatory of the Holy Office. 

Rimini, 1787. Correspondence respecting application 
for aid to repair the Rimini office, injured by the earthquake. 

Bergamo, 1787. Correspondence about the sale of 
property in Paderno belonging to the Holy Office. 



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f. 171. Rimini, 1788. Memorial from inhabitants of 
Rimini complaining that, in consequence of the grave dis- 
orders produced by the Bishop Fersetti, there is danger 
that great part of the city and diocese may fall into heresy. 
The city having suffered from earthquake, hail, and drought, 
he has prohibited the procession of the statue of Madonna 
dell' Acqua, which has always miraculously produced rain 
or fine weather as needed. There was also a miraculous 
crucifix which, in procession to and from Loretto, used to be 
received with demonstrations of devotion, etc., and the 
bishop had forbidden its entrance except on condition that 
it remained enclosed in its case ; he had also threatened to 
imprison the appellants. The memorial further charges 
him with immorality. 

f. 182. Venice, 1725, Letter from the local inquisitor, 
stating that he has learned extrajudicially that there are 
many cases of grave oflfences with abuse of the Sacraments, 
etc., which have not been brought before the Holy Office 
in consequence of the neglect or complicity of the con- 
fessors. 

f. 188. Venice, 1 72 1. Prohibitionof'Instruzione in forma 
di Catechismo ' by the Bp. of Montpelier, translated into 
Italian. 

f. 189. Copy of Decree of Alexander VII. directing that a 
register be kept. 

f. 192. Rimini, 1788. Further papers about the appli- 
cation of Arciprete Joli and the church of SS. Simon and 
Jude. 

f. 218. Venice and Padua, 1728. Papers relating to the 
sale and exchange of a certain house belonging to the Holy 
Office. 

f. 227. Rimino, 1787. Memorial from the widow Flora 
Pagliavani in reference to money due to her husband by the 
family Belli, of which family Pietro Belli, mandatario of the 
Holy Office, is the manager ; with Belli's reply and other 
papers relating thereto. 

f. 259. Rimino, 1787. Papers relating to Francesco 
Pedrizzi, Bargello of the Holy Office ; imprisonment for 
debt. 

f. 275. Venice and Verona, 1731. Circa la pensione che 
se paga dalla mensa Vescovile di Verona al S. Off. di 
Venezia. 

1273 

Vol. 31. Rimino, Faenza, etc., 1785— 1790, and 1697. 

f. I. Rimino and Ravenna, 1789. Memorial from the 
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Pietro Belli, relying on his character as mandatory of the 
Holy OflBce, not only refuses to pay the immense debts he 
has incurred, but has appropriated public funds, including 
those of the Monte di Pieti ; with his reply, and other 
papers thereto relating. 

f. 47. Faenza, 1788. In the matter of the attempted 
arrest of Filippo Ricci, Cancelliere del S. O. di Predappia 
(for supposed contraband sale of cattle), contrary to the 
privilege of officers of the Inquisition. He had taken 
refuge with the Capuchins of Forli. 

The papers relating to these two cases are mixed in the 
binding (as frequently happens). 

f. 133. Rimini and S. Leo, 1787. Papers relating to the 
(opposed) appointment of P. Dom. Ant. Merli, as Vicar of 
the Holy Office in S. Leo, and the removal of P. Franc. 
Ant. Ottaviani. 

f. 176. Rimino, Mondavio, and Montegiorgio, 1787. 
Ricorso contro il Sacerd. Franc. Maria Ottaviani Vicario 
in Montegiorgio. 

f. 186. Mondavio, 1787. Papers relating to troubles 
occurring from time to time in Mondavio. 

f. 232. Rimini and Pesaro, 1785. Nella causa delle ferite 
date da Giuseppe Perfetti a Domenico Rafaelli Mandatario 
del S. Uff. di Pesaro. 

f. 277. Rimino and Fano, 1786. In the matter of Franc. 
Travaglini, ' patentato ' of the Holy Office, against whom 
Count Camillo Galantara, Consultore Legista of the same, 
in Fano, has taken proceedings before the Vicar for mal- 
administration of the Count's affairs. 

f. 303. Rimino, 1788. Posizione risguardante I'lstanza 
del Sacerdote Carlo Joli, Arciprete della Chiesa Parocchiale 
dei SS. Simone e Giuda. 

f. 305. Faenza, 1697. Letter respecting a man imprisoned 
for theft, who has been denounced and proceeded against 
for uttering a heretical proposition. 

f. 308. Fano, 1790. Request of Paolo Ravagli to be 
appointed examiner of prohibited books; supported by the 
Vicar. 

f. 315. s.l.v.a. An exposition of the seven days of crea- 
tion, 16 flf. 

f. 332. Rimino and Frontino, 1786. Complaint of Conte 
di Carpegna, that the Vicar of the Holy Office, at the head 
of people of Frontino, has trespassed by hunting in his 
preserve. 

f. 334. Rimini and Pesaro, 1786. Letters about the con- 
duct of the Patentees of the Holy Office in Pesaro. 

f. 343. Rimini and Costanzo, 1787. Memorial from Dr. 



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Dom. Pascucci, Cancelliere del S. Offizio in Costanzo, ask- 
ing to be reimbursed for the payment of a certain tax. 

f. 348. Rimini, 1788. (Printed) Memoriale per la van. 
Compagnia e Confratelli de Crocesignati contro il Sig. Don 
Carlo Joli Paroco de SS. Simone e Giuda, 18 ff. (They 
traverse the statement of the Arciprete that the church is 
in a ruinous state.) 

f. 366. Rimini and Lonzano, 1790. Further papers about 
Pietro Belli. 

f. 374. Rimini, Penna, Fano, S. Marino, 1788. Letters 
about certain payments exacted for the Papal galleys, etc. 

Fano, 1788. Complaint about a company of actors who 
represented the tragedy of Samson in the theatre. 

1274 

Vol. 32. Perugia, Naples, etc., 1630— 1635. 

Begins f. 518. Perugia, 1 630-1. Ord. min. obs. Contra 
fratrem Sanctem 4 Rocca et fr. Ludovic. de Macerata ord. 
min. de sollicitatione. 

f. 653 (ff. 531-652 wanting). Naples, 1635. Contra Jo. 
Bapt. de Ferrariis ; D. N. Archipresbrum Terrae Forli ; 
Frem Davidem de Supino min. obs. Frem Augustinum de 
Providentibus, min. obs. Frem Ludovicum de Terra Forli 
min obs. Frem Vincent. Tabastum ord. Praed. [Priore del 
Convento de Padri Dominic, f. 687]. Frem Hiacintum de 
Matrice ord- Praed. Adrianum Caraffam Ducem Terrae 
Forli. It was stated that ' 1' Arciprete di detta terra in 
compagnia di un frate francese, quali non nomina, hanno 
sacrificato al diavolo una figliuola, e poi hanno unto il Duca 
di detta terra nelli reni et in altre parti della persona con 
I'olio dello sacro crisma [e che nel tempo del sacrificio fu 
una grand"* tempesta]. Che dito Arciprete et il Duca 
tengono in casa quantity di huomini assassini per mezzo de' 
quali commettono molti homicidi ' (see also f. 706), 

f. 660. Isernia, 1633-4. Case of Fr. David k Supino, ord. 
min. obs. de sollicitatione in sacli confessione. 

f. 669. Forli, 1634. About writings with diabolical char- 
acters found in the chamber of Agostini de Providenti, 
Guardian of the convent of Forli (named above, f. 653). 

f. 678. Isernia, 1635. Informatio capta circa adventum 
quern fecit in civitatem Iserniae fr. Lodovicus di Forli min. 
obs. 

f. 687. Isernia, 1635. Proceedings against Fr. Vincenzo 
Tabasso (Prior of the Dominican Convent) and Fr. Giacinto 
della Matrice, Lettore del dito convento ' che mettevano 



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certe donne nella Sagrestia dello convento, dove le stupra- 
vano, et faciebant alia similia.' 

f. 702. Continuation of the affairs of David de Supino 
(f. 660). 

ff. 712, 713 contain an enumeration of offences in the 
diocese of Isernia, arranged thus, ' Capi del Sant Officio ; 
SecondoCapeprincipale; circa la giurisdizione Ecclesiastica; 
3° cape, circa li Monasterii delle Moniche; 4° cape, Peccata 
gravia contra Decalogum che si commettono toccando la 
corte del Vescovo.' 

f. 716. Continuation of the affair off. 653. 

After f. 744 is part of a later volume Num. 60 Romana et 
Aquipendii et Spoleti. It begins 1693 [to 1699], f. 142. 
Contra plures praetensos sortilegos. 

1275 
Vol. -i^^. Rome and Spoleto, 1706, 17 10. 

Rome, 1706. Contra Barthol. Fagiani (spont.); Celestinum 
de Ferentino ord. min. obs. (carceratum) N. N. equitem 
Florentinum ; Flaviam N. vetulam Melitensem, et alios 
praetensos sortilegos (ad inv. thesauros). 

Spoleto, 1 7 10. Circa quaedam pnsa Prodigia eventa in 
Civ. Ameriae in exorcismis Brigittae Federici mulieri pnsae 
obsessae et maleficiatae peractis a D. Jos. Can*"" cittadini et 
a D. Jos. Bapt. Dulci. 

This latter is preceded by a table of contents headed 
vol. 2663, but the above item is the only one extant. The 
other contents enumerated are, 'Romana; circa pnsum 
abusum exorcismorum. Meliten. ; C* Anglos Hereticos Meli- 
tam perventos, sacras functiones contemnentes. Meliten. ; 
circa impedimentum datum cuidam Turco . . . ut non am- 
plecteret fidem Cath. a ministris relig^' Hierosolimitanae 
Melitae. Gravinae; C* carcerationem D. Joseph. Angeli 
Carlucci, et Mich. !Montispelesi, notarii. 

1276 

Vol. 34. Venice. Circa la reperizione del supposto 
Cadavere di Fr. Paolo Sarpi. 

See the article by Ugo Balzani, entitled ' Di Alcuni 
Documenti dell' Archivio del Santo Uffizio di Roma, 
relativi al ritrovamento del cadavere di Paolo Sarpi,' in the 
Rendiconti della Reale Accademia dei Lincei. Vol. iv., 
fasc. 12, 1895. 



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1277 

Vol. 35. Various, 1692— 1727. 

Malta, 1695. Contra Ainos pnsum Apostatam ad sectam 
Turcicam (a Muscovite). 

Mans, 1692. ' Remontrance an promoteur duMans sur la 
vie scandaleuse de M. Francois Couret, pbre, dit habitu6 
en I'Eglise de Ste Croix pres le ville du Mans.' (In 
French.) 

Fiorenza, 1705. Contra il Prete Don Antonio Fiani de 
sollicitatione et abusu confess. 

Milan, 17 10. Contra il Prete D. Antonio M' Bofflerio 
(and others). Sorcery; numbered vol. 2657. 

Montreale. Con. P. Angelum Mariam Perelle Ord. Min. 
conv. ob pnsas propones temerarias et hereticales ' che 
questi digiuni erano tutte coglionerie et credo che siano 
tutte inventioni diaboliche, etc' (numbered 4, p. 199). 

Rome, 1724. Con Dom""™ Vellutini et alios ob experi- 
mentum sortilegum cribri ad inveniendum furata (num- 
bered 3). 

Spoleto, 172^ sqq. Contra Dom'^™ nuncupatum Sciabocco 
seu Bertoldi Projectum Hospitalis Tuderti. He is first pro- 
ceeded against for polygamy, for which he is condemned. 
He escapes from the prison of the Holy Office by killing 
the gaoler, and being taken, is prosecuted for homicide, 
convicted, and sentenced to the galleys for life : see vol. 20, 
f. 86. These cases are numbered 4 and 5. There are 
added the proceedings against two false witnesses who had 
testified that he was free to marry. At the end is a short 
table of contents to vol. 3202, which appears to have con- 
tained this and the preceding case (numbered 3). 

Subiaco, 1727 (numbered 9). Contra Dominicum An- 
tonium Caronte de Subiaco de pnsa communicatione 
operationis sortilegae cum abusu sacrificii missae ad 
amorem conciliandum inter conjuges. 



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IRISH MANUSCRIPTS. 



The following items as far as 1337 were catalogued 
by Dr. John O' Donovan, 1836- 1840. His de- 
scriptions have been in general adopted (except 
where otherwise stated), with the omission of 
some discursive matter which would be out of 
place in such a catalogue as the present. 

1278 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Annales Connatienses (1224— 1563); 2 vols., pp. 370. 

Copy by INIaurice O'Gorman, a.d. 1764, from an old 
parchment book, probably that described by Dr. Chas. 
O'Conor in his * Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis,' vol. i., p. 73. 

1279 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Annales Dungallenses, or Annals of the Four Masters 
(a.m. 2242 to A.D. 1 172), 3 vols., pp. 548. 

In the same hand as the preceding. 

1280 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

A collection of Romances, Historical Poems, and 
Genealogies, pp. 278. Transcribed by Hugh 
O'Daly in 1758 for Dr. Fras. Sullivan, Fellow of 
Trinity College. 

f. I. Siabpa Si&e, agup Inneipse nnc na mtocorhaiple, 
* The Fairy of the hill, and the Proceedings of the son of ill 
counsel.' Ascribed to Philip Brady. 



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f. 15. eaccpa an Ttiat>iia rtiaoil, 'The Adventures of the 
bold Dog.' The subject is King Arthur and the Knights of 
the Round Table. O'Donovan states that this story is still 
told in the valley of Glenconkeine, Co. Derry, where some 
of the places mentioned (including the site of King Arthur's 
Castle) are pointed out. Hence he conjectures that the 
author was O'Kelly, the bard of the district. 

f. 30. Gaccpa ttiic an loloip, 'Adventures of the Son of 
the Eagle.' A modern tale, the scene of which is in 
Holland and the East Indies. 

f. 51. An ancient historical tale entitled, Oi&e cloinne 
Uipnig, 'Death of the sons of Usnagh.' Published, with 
translation, in the 'Transactions' of the Gaelic Society 
(1808), by Theophilus O'Flanagan. See also Windisch, 
Irische Studien, Leipzig, 1880; and Stokes' Irische Texte» 
Leipzig, 1887. 

f. 57. Another ancient tale entitled Oi&e cloinne Lip, 
' Death of the children of Lir.' Described by O'Flanagan I.e. 

f. 63. List of the Kings of Munster and Leath-Mogha 
from Olioll Olum to Donnell O'Brien. 

f. 64. Chronicles of the Wars of Ireland, with an account 
of the Battle of Clontarf and the heroes who fell in it. It 
contains an account of Mac Liag, chief bard and secretary 
of Brian Boru, and a poem composed by MacGiolla Caoimh, 
in Greece, on his pilgrimage to the Jordan after the battle. 

f. 73. Genealogies of families descended from Cas and 
from Kian, sons of Olum. 

f. 79. Annals of wars, deaths, and other remarkable 
things. 

f. 82. Pedigrees of various families of the Heremonian 
and Irian races. 

f. 113. Pedigrees of Anglo-Norman families in Ireland^ 

f. 117. Pedigrees of O'DufFy, O'Murrigan, O'Donnellan, 
O'Hamill, and of the clan Conchoille, and of the saints 
Columbkille and Baithin. 

f. 118. Poem onthefamily of O'Brien, beg. Qnoip biolaim 
an beacitia (anon.). 

f. 119(5. Poem by Eochy O'Hosey, beg, biol puaca 

piaiceap 6ipe. 

f. 122. Poem by Hugh O'Donnell, beg. TTIolpait) ConaiU 
clann Cdil. 

f. 122(5. Poem addressed to the author of the last. 

f. 123. Poem on the death of Hugh Maguire, chief of 
Fermanagh, beg. LeabaiO capat> 1 s-Copcaij. 

f. i2\b. Poem on the territory of Iveagh, and on Art, son 
of Hugh Magennis, its chief, beg. Larh &eap5 Gipionn ib 
eocach. It enumerates the tribes of the Clanna-Rury. 



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f. 126. Poem beg. TTlo cean &uic a ^po'Tine sapb. 

f. 126^. Poem beg. TTlaipc riieallap Tnuipn an cpaogail. 

f. 127^. Poem beg. Qcd an paosal 05 peanTh6ipe. 

f. 128. Poem beg. lonitiuin pjpibeann pcaoilceap pann. 

f. 131. Poem on the graves of O'Neill and O'Donnell at 
Rome, beg. Q bean puaip paiU (X]^ an bpeapc. 

f. 132. Poem by Owen Roe Mac-an-Ward addressed to 
Red Hugh O'Donnell on his setting out for Spain to re- 
quest additional forces from Philip III. 

f. 1323. Another by the same on the same subject. 

f. 133^. Poem by the same on hearing of the death of 
Red Hugh in Spain ; followed by another (by the same) on 
the deserted state of the fortress of Donegal. 

f. 135. Poem by Eochy O'Hosey on the misfortunes of 
Ireland from continued broils and dissensions, and in par- 
ticular, on the feuds of the families of _De Burgo in 
Connaught. Beg. TTIdcaip coccaib cpioc banba. 

f. 137. Another poem by the same on the dejected state 
of Ireland, beg. t)o p6ca& pulans ^QO'^eal. 

f. 138. Poem by the same, addressed to Hugh Maguire. 



1281 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

I. — The Annals of Innisfallen, a.d. 3 20—1 3 20. Written 
in the year 1765 by John O'Conry (or O'Mul- 
conry), ff. 65. 

Inserted is a letter from Dr. John O'Donovan in which he 
says, ' It appears from a letter (prefixed to the copy in the 
Royal Irish Academy) in the handwriting of Theophilus 
O'Flanagan, [who states that Dr. O'Brien made the 
Bodleian copy of the Annals the basis of his compilation] 
that the Dublin copy . . . was manufactured by the Rt. Rev. 
John O'Brien, sometime R. C Bishop of Cloyne.' If 
published, he says, it ought to be entitled, ' Annals of 
Ireland, compiled in France from various authorities, Irish 
and English, in the year 1765, by Mr. John Conr}- and Dr. 
John O'Brien.' 

II. — f. 84. Catalogue of the Kings and Battles of the 
Dal-Cas, from iVIogh Nuadhat to Brian Bom 
. . . drawn from the old Book of IMunster in the 
possession of Donnell O' Sullivan. Interspersed 



CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



are quotations and entire poems of ancient bards, 
including" — 

1. By Cithruadh, beg. Q itnc t)6ana ptc pe Tnaicnia&. 

2. By Hugh Albanach, beg. T^foS&a acd an TTlumain an 
gac Tno6. 

3. Anon., TJanna pop ya bdbap pipbolj. 

4. From the Psalter of Cashel. piaic peapcopb com- 
luinn cecb. 

5. Comhdan Mac Da-chearda, p^iminn aniu c6 pdpac. 

6. By RuadhanRodanus, QChonaillluach bo coiTti6ip5e 
peomam. 

7. By St. Brendan, Qn bd Qoba mo bd capaib. 

8. By the same, beafiachc an coiriibe coTnaccai$. 

9. By Flann MacLonain, Lopcan laca beapg-beopc. 

10. By Cormac Mac Cuillionain, bishop and king of 
Munster in the tenth century; Ruibleap bal gCaip ceabaib 
apmac ba cuac beaj TTIdriian cuaich. 

11. By MacLonain, Lopcan leip cap pip pobla. 

12. Anon, on Kennedy, father of Brian, paipib neac, 
an oibce uaig. 

13. By Flann MacLonain on the palace of Kincora, 
Ceann Copab bun t)a bcapla gac copab. 

14. By the Coarb of St. Patrick for Mahon, son of 
Kennedy, King of Munster, Caosab aipt)pi5 aip bi 
ceabaib. 

15. By Eochy O'Flynn, 5^6^10^ S^a? o bcatb ^aoi^il. 

16. By the same, on the coming of the Firbolgs and 
Tuatha De Dannan, Q cdortia cldip Cumn. 

III. — f. 98. Genealogical ramifications of the Dal-Cas according 
to the old Book of Munster. Contains genealogies of 
Donogh, son of Brian ; of Doncuan, son of Kennedy; of 
the O'Kennedy ; of the clan Cosgraigh ; of O'Shanaghan; 
of O'Flynn; of the clann Ailginne; of the clann Eachadha; 
of the MacNamaras or Hy-Caisin ; of O'Hiffernan; of 
O'Ronghaille. 

IV. — f. 103. Catalogue of the Dalcassian kings after the intro- 
duction of Christianity, with the poem beg. t)a liiac beas 
t)0 cinn 6 Cap. 
V. — f. 105. Genealogy of the descendants of Brian Boru 
according to the MacBrodys, who are styled O'Brodins, 
. , . and the historical book of the O'Mulconrys, being 
drawn from the transcript of David O'Bruadair in the year 
1690. 

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Roy Mac Curtin ; the Genealogy of Dermot Brack 
O'Brien, of the tribe of Carrigogennell, . . , with the 
branch of Morogh O'Brien, jNIajor- General in France, 
and his son Donnell, first Earl of Lismore, who d. 
I759-' 
VII. — f. 119. Poem by Owen Magrath (1650) on the succession 
of the O'Briens. 

VIII. — f. \zoh. Catalogue of the kings of the Dal-Cas from Brian 
Boru to Donnell O'Brien, last king of Cashel, continued 
to Conor, son of Mahon. 

IX. — f. 121. Poem by Maoilin Oge MacBrody on the family 
of O'Brien. 

X. — f. 123. Poem by INIac Con O'Clery on the same. 

XI. — f. 1253. Poem by Donnell O'Mulconry on the history 
and extent of the territories of the Dal-Cas. 

XII. — f. 128. A Tract on the genealogy of the descendants 
of Eogan More, son of Olioll Olum. 

XIII. — f. 144. Poem on the kings of Cashel by O'Dugan. 

XIV. — f. 146. Metrical genealogies of the Irish saints, composed 
according to Dr. Chas. O'Conor by Selvac of Cashel, 
s. xii. (see Bibl. Stowensis, p. 150). There is a copy 
in the Bodleian. These are followed by prose pedigrees. 

XV. — f. 152. 'Contention of the Bards,' written in the reign 
of James L, concerning the comparative dignity of the 
nobility of the North and the South ; see O'Reilly's 
* Irish Writers,' under the name Teige Mac Dary, 
pp. 149, etc. 

f. 1 743 are two poems of Torna Eigeas (both published in 
Hardiman's Irish Minstrelsy) ; and a poem by Owen 
Magrath lamenting the downfall of the Irish. 

f. 175. Poem by Fergal Ward (Mac an Bhaird) on the 
same subject. 

f. 175^. Poem by David O'Bruadair on the same. 

1282 fol. membr., s. xvi. 

Annales Ultonien.ses, a.d. 431—1504, in the hand- 
writing of Rory O'Luinin (see f. \o\b 2). 

These Annals were compiled by Cathal 
Mac Manus, who d. 1498, and continued to 1541 
by Roderick Cassidy, Archdeacon of Clogher. 
See O'Conor's Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis, vol. i., 

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290 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

p. 174. The present copy ends imperfect at the 
year 1504. There are also wanting the leaves 
containing the years 1 102— 1 108, 1113— 1162, 
and 1344— 1346. The first folio is numbered 12. 

ff. 12-15 contain a fragment of the Annals of Tighernach. 
f. i^h commences a poem on the Maguires, under whose 
patronage the volume was written. 

The original writing has faded, but the greater part of the 
book has been gone over with black ink and the letters 
carefully restored. 

1283 fol. membr., s. xvii. 

A Medical Treatise (imperfect), ff. 38 (lettered on the 
back ' Guido de Chauliac '). 

Treating of boils, scrofula, cancer, wounds by arrows, 
fistula, injuries of the nerves, etc. The author seems to- 
have followed Avicenna in his classification of diseases, but 
quotes the opinions of many other physicians. 

1284 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Tales, Poems, etc., ff. 182, written in 1742 by Hugh 
O'Daly. 

fol. I. A romantic tale entitled, Gaccpa Connaill 
5ulbain, *The Adventures of Connell Gulban' (son of 
Niall of the Nine Hostages, and ancestor of the O'Donnells), 
90 pp. O'Donovan thinks the tale was composed in the 
fifteenth century. The style he says is verbose, and the 
narrative childishly marvellous. 

f. 46. ' The Adventures of Richard and Lisarde.' This 
appears to be a translation from the Spanish. 

f. 76. ' Adventures in the Enchanted Palace.' The scene 
is in Greece. 

f. 98. Another Spanish tale entitled, ' Adventures of the 
Compassionate Wood Kern {i.e. Bandit).' 

f. 120. Poem on the genealogy of the saints of Ireland, 
here ascribed to Eochy Eiges O'Clercan, surnamed Eochy 
of the battle of Creeve-Tullagh (for another copy see 
No. 1281). 

f. 140. Short Annals of Tirconnell from 1540 to 1646, 
then beginning with 1241 and going on to 1626. A part i& 
translated into English in the handwriting of Dr. Eras. 
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f. 141. Genealogy of the descendants of Milesius. 

f. 142. A poem in which the meanings of some old Irish 
words are explained. 

f. 144. The same words explained in prose. 

f. 147. Account of the Colonies that settled in Ireland, 
from the time of the antediluvian Cesair to that of the sons 
of INIilesius. 147^ contains a list of Archbishoprics and 
Bishoprics in Ireland. 

f. 148. Poem on the tutelary saints of various tribes in 
Ireland. 

f. 1483. Poem beginning: "Na ftp F^o? ^o f^aogail 
puaill. 

f. 149. Poem by S. Columcille, beginning: maonapdn 
ftarh ip an cpliab (published by the Irish Archaeological 
Society, Miscellany, vol. i. See also Yellow Book of 
Lecan). 

f. 149^. Poem beginning: Q t)e bil cabaip barhpa. 

f. 150. Poem on the virtues of the saints of Ireland (by 
Cuimin of Condere). 

f. 151, line 18. Historical poem, in the form of a dialogue, 
between St. Patrick and an ancient Thorn that grew on the 
hill of Emania. 

f. 152, line 18. Poem on the Contention of the Four 
Elements. 

f. 153. Elegy of Conn of the Hundred Battles, beg. loTn6a 
anocc a huile a Gipe. 

f. 1533. Historical poem by Duncuach (whose date is 
unknown), beg. Ref&ig tjam, a t)e, bo neim. It begins 
from Adam, who is said to have had 50 sons and 50 
daughters. The names of the wives of Shem, Ham, and 
Japhet are given as 011a, Oliva, and Ollivana. 

f. 157. _ A prophetic poem, 'fathered on' Columcille, beg. 
Gipt> a baoicm buam (of events from his own time to the 
coming of the English). 

f. 159,19; 160, 10; i6ia, s. f . ; \t\h\ 165a, 7. Other 
similar poems also in the name of Columcille. 

f. 162. Poem representing Columcille as contending with 
two demons. 

f. 163. Poem in which Oisin relates to St. Patrick a 
prophecy of his father Fin MacCumail. 

f. 164. Poem in which Fin INIacCumail foretells the arrival 
of St. Patrick, etc. 

f. 165. A prophetic poem fathered on Coireall, son of 
Crunan. 

f. 166. Another ascribed to St. Ultan, in which the saint 
laments the state to which Ireland would be reduced by the 
Saxons. 

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292 CATALOGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, 

f. 167, 10- A prophetic poem ascribed to St. Berchan 
(relating to Red Hugh O'Donnell, who died in Spain, 
A.D. 1603; see No. 1456, f. 133'^). 

f. 167^. Another fathered on St. Maol-tamhlachta. 

f. 168. Poems by Columcille on hospitality and on his 
treatment of the poor. 

f. 168 s. f. Account of the number and discipline of the 
soldiers of Fin Mac Cooil. 

f. 170. A historical tale entitled, 'Death of Dermot, son 
of Fergus Cairbheoil.' 

Inverting the volume we find a genealogical tree of the 
descendants of Aongus, or Oilioll Olum, King of Munster, 
d. A.D. 260. 

if. 4-7. English colloquial phrases with their Irish equi- 
valents, the latter in the hand of Hugh O'Daly. 

1285 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Miscellanea, ff. 180. In the handwriting of Hugh 
O'Daly. 

f. I. De Caritate; De Paciencia, etc. (' probably originally 
written or translated by one of the Franciscans of Louvain'). 

f. 79. A religious poem by Maurice O'Hosey, beg. Copach 
ap TTibeaca bdp t)6. 

f. 81. The Life of St. Brigid. 

f. 953, 8. Life of St. Patrick. 

f. 1043. A controversial poem by Gillabride O'Hosey, 
addressed to a Franciscan who had embraced the reformed 
religion, beginning: Cpuagliom a compain t)0 cop. There 
is another copy of this in a later No., where the author is 
called Bonaventure O'Hosey, and i± is said to have been 
addressed to Miler Magrath, Abp. of Cashel. 

f. 107. A romantic tale, entitled Tneapu5a& cleipea& 
ColuiTTi-cille, ' Wandering of the clergy of Columcille.' 

f. III. Account of the miracles of St. Finian. 'The 
language and orthography are ancient.' 

f, 114, 13. Account of a dissension between St. Patrick and 
Leagaire, monarch of Ireland. 

f. 115. A poem, in which Oisin, son of Fin Mac Cooil, is 
represented repeating to St. Patrick a prophecy of Fin's, 
beginning, Q Oipin an paid pin. (See another copy in 
the preceding No., f. 163.) 

f. 116. Poem enumerating rivers and seas known to the 
ancients. 

f. 117. Anecdotes from the life of St. Patrick, prose and 
verse. 



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f. 119. Short notice of the regulation of Calends and 
Cycles. 

f. 119, g. Description of the characteristics of the diflferent 
tribes in Ireland. 

f. 120. Poem treating of the different Colonies that 
settled in Ireland, followed by a list of the descendants of 
Maurice Fitzgerald and Annals of the family. 

f. 123. Will of Cormac Mac Cuilionain, Bishop and King 
of Munster in the loth century, in verse. Stated to have 
been composed the day before his fall in the battle of 
Moy-ailve, in which he fought against Failve Flann, king of 
Ireland, a.d. 908. 

f. 124. A prophetical poem 'fathered on' St. Fursey, 
describing the wickedness of future ages. 

f. 124. Prophetical poem (anon.) on the same subject. 
O'Donovan states that some of the prophecies in this and 
the preceding No. were translated by Dennis Taaffe, and 
published in his life of Columcille. Taaffe's book is not in 
this Library, nor does it appear in the British Museum 
Catalogue. Some of the prophecies were also published by 
O'Keamey in 1856. O'Donovan gives a curious account of 
the popular belief as to St. Columcille's book of prophecy 
supposed to be preserved at Armagh and Derry, but con- 
cealed from public inspection. That at Derry was in a 
chest which ' no man born of woman ' was entitled to open. 
Hervey, Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry, not being 
' born of Avoman,' was said to have opened it and found the 
MS. 

f. 125^. The rule of St. Machutu of Rathen, afterwards 
called Carthach of Lismore. The language is old and 
difficult. 

f. 128, 6. A religious poem, beginning: Qlicpe it)an 
inmain. 

f. 1283, 19. Poem in which the soul of Donnell, king of 
Meath, laments his having plundered the church of St. 
Kieran, for which he was then suffering the pains of hell. 

f. 130. Litany of St. Aengus. It mentions Egyptian and 
other foreign saints interred in Ireland. Translated by 
Hugh Ward (Varaeus) in his life of St. Rumold. 

f. 132. A prophetic account of the state of society towards 
the end of the world, claiming to be by INIacLonain (who, 
according to the tract in this vol., f. 148, died a.d. 896). 

f. 133^. Tale about Bran, king of Leinster. 

f. 135. Poem on the history of the bell called clo^-na- 
piosb, or Bell of the Kings, still preserved at Fenagh, Co. 
Leitrim. It is said to have belonged to St. Caillin, and to 
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were baptized. It was rung by the monks of Fenagh to 
curse several chiefs who refused to pay them their dues. 

f. 136. A hortatory poem, beginning, CinDup acca t>0 
cifipam. 

f. 137. Verses on the Trinity, and a poem on the ages of 
Christ and his disciples. 

f. 137(5, 24. Poem enumerating the seven ecclesiastical 
dbgrees, and showing how Christ performed the duties of 
each. 

f. 139. A prophetic poem, Q-t)e rhafp cogaba muba. 

f. 140. Poem on the Fast of Friday by Maoliosa. 

f. 140. Of the different kinds of timber of which the Cross 
of Christ was made (viz. cedar, cypress, palm, and olive). 

f. 141. Short extracts, including a few curious proverbs. 

f. 141(5. Verses on chronology from the creation to the 
birth of Christ. 

f. 142. Poem on the Irish numerical letters, followed by 
another on the fates of children according to the day of the 
week on which they were born. 

f. 142(5. Two short prophetic poems ascribed to St. Bee 
Mac De (6th century). The first begins: Colcc bicap upca; 
the second : Ci bia& cpabai6 a ceaLlaib. 

f. 143a, 16. Poem ascribed to St. Columcille, bidding 
farewell to the Isle of Aran (Galway). Published by 
O'Flanagan in the 'Transactions' of the Gaelic Society 
(1808). 

f. 144. Short poem ascribed to St. Fursey. 

f. 144. A curious old Litany addressed to the Three 
Persons of the Blessed Trinity. ' The language is very 
ancient.' 

f. 148. Chronological notices of the deaths of various 
illustrious persons in Ireland and elsewhere, beginning 
with the coming of St. Patrick. 

f. 151. Short metrical extracts. 

f. 152. Poem beginning Piop uipjae pin. 

f. 153. Hortatory poem ascribed to St. Columcille, be- 
gining : Secnoib ippen a &afne. The language, however, 
is modern. 

f. 153, s. f. The Seven to whom alms should be given. 

f. 153^, s. f. On the effects of ringing a bell in the church- 
yard. 

f. 154. Poem by Maolmuire O'Moirin, said to have been 
composed an hour before his death. 

f. 154a, 16. Poem addressed to the Blessed Trinity by 
William Mac an Leagha. 

f. 154a, s. f. Poem ascribed to St. Kieran (6th cent.), 



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beginning, biupim api an jiichib pain. The language is 
extremely difficult and certainly ancient. 

f. 1543, med. Poem by Maol iosa, beginning: Q coimbiu 
nam comeaD. 

f. 155. Anonymous poem: Q 6pfopc cobpa caip cuccam. 

f. 155a, s. f. A prophetic poem (anon.), Qca leabap 
liompa. 

f. 156. A moral poem: t)le5ait) piga a piapugaft. 

f. 1563. Another beginning: Cigeapna maipg ap nac 
eip&. 

f. 157. Poem beginning: Coma piagail in coiniDea. 

f, 158. Various religious extracts in verse. 

f. 160. List of Irish male saints in alphabetical order. 

f. 164. List of female saints. 

f. 165. Names of the mothers of Irish saints. 

f. 167. Historical poem relating to King Conraoi be- 
ginning: Coiitiecap lip ceno an pig. 

f. 168. Pedigrees of Irish saints. 

f. 1793. Poem on the same subject (see No. 1281, f. 146). 

f. 184. Story of a monk. 

f. 185. Poem in the form of a dialogue between St. 
Patrick and Oisin. 

f. 186. Poem on the four men who were permitted to 
survive the deluge in the four quarters of the globe. 



1286 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

I.. Leabhar Gabhala or Book of Invasions (compiled 
in 1 63 1 in the Franciscan Convent of Lisgoole, 
Co. Fermanagh). 

The dedication, to Brian Maguire, first Baron of Ennis- 
killen, begins thus: 'I, the friar Michael O'Clery have, by 
permission of my superiors, undertaken to purge of error, 
rectify, and transcribe this old chronicle called Leabhar 
Gabhala. . . . This I could not accomplish without the 
assistance of other chronicles at some fixed abode.' 

In the Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis, vol. i., p. 2, Dr. 
O'Conor describes a 12th-century vellum MS. of the 
original Leabhar Gabhaltas, which formed the basis of this 
work, and, on p. 143, he remarks that O'Cleri's book 
differs very little from this ancient copy. 

The work has been translated into French by Henri 
Lizeray and William O'Dwyer. Paris, 1884. Some portions 
have been translated into English, viz. the Preface, bjr 



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O'Curry in his Lectures on the MS. Materials of Irish 
History; the Poems on Teamhair (Tara) by Petrie, Trans. 
R. I. A., vol. xviii. 

Sundry metrical compositions are embodied in the work, 
viz. : — 

p. 13. The Adventures of Ceasair, Ceacpaca cpa don 
cuip cin. 

p. ig. Adventures of Partholan, pap colon canap cdinic. 

p. 25. Poem of 104 veTses by Eochy O'Flynn (d. 984). 
Begins : Q caoriia cldip Cuinn caoiriiping. 

p. 35. Poem of 196 verses by the same: Gip oil oipt)Tiit) 
5aoi&il. 

p. 41. Poem by Tany O'Mulconry (d. 1136) on the 
Firbolgian colony, beginning: Gipe apop no n-iopgal. 

p. 43. Poem by the same, giving the names and length of 
reign, etc., of the Firbolgian kings. 

p. 50. Poem of 60 verses by Eochy O'Flynn on the history 
of this colony. Begins: Gipe 50 n-uaill co n-to&naib. 

p. 53. Poem on the three sons of Cearmad, beginning: 
Gctjp apt) po puaip mfo6. 

p. 54. Poem by Tany O'Mulconry, giving the names, etc., 
of the Tuatha de Danaan kings. 

p. 58. Poem of 160 verses by Flann, of the monastery of 
Bute, on the deaths of the most remarkable of the Tuatha 
de Danaans, beginning: Gpci§ a eolca gan 6n. 

p. 68. Poem on the history of the Gaedhil : ^co^^^ S^cip 
o bcait) ^QOi^''^- Various readings are noted from the 
Book of Ballymote where the poem is attributed to 
Coeman. 

p. 78. Poem of 24 quatrains on the adventures of 
Golamh, i.e. Milidh, or Milesius, with various readings 
from the Book of Ballymote, where the poem is attributed 
to Kinfaela. Begins: Do lui& 5^^^^ Gy^w Sccicia. 

p. 82. Poem giving the names of the Milesian leaders ; 
Coipig na loinspi. 

p. 85. Poem attributed to Amergin, son of Milesius; 
Qiliu lac n-Gpeann (glossed by O'Clery). 

p. 87. Poem said to be by Looee, son of Ith, in lamen- 
tation for his wife Fial ; beginning : Sui&em punn op an 
cpacbc. 

p. 88. Poem said to be composed by Amergin on setting 
his foot on land. Begins: Qm gooch 1 muip, am conn 
cpeacan, am puaim mapa, am Oarii pecip. 

p. 94. Poem attributed to Roighne, son of Hugony M6r 
and brother of Mai, king of Ireland, a.m. 3619, giving 
an account of the peregrinations of the Gadelians. Various 
readings are noted from the Book of Ballymote. 



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p. 96. Poem on the chieftains, poets, etc., who belonged 
to Ever and Erevon. 

p. 97. Poem on a dispute between Ever and Erevon, 
sons of iMilesius ; beginning : Q eolca t)anba 50 Tnblai6, 

p. 100. Poem on the reign of Inal the Wise. 

p. 102. Poem on the historj' of the reign of Conmaol. 
(The remainder of the volume is in the handwriting of 
Hugh O'Daly.) 

p. 107. Poem of 72 verses b}' Eochy O'Flynn on the 
accession of Sobhairce and Cearmna to the throne of 
Ireland, A.M. 3045. 

p. 109. Poem detailing the remarkable events of the reign 
of Eochy Faobhar-glas. 

p. 112. Poem on the reign of Aongus 011-mhuchaidh. 

p. 113. Poem of 328 verses by Eochy O'Flynn on the 
invasion by the sons of Milesius, beginning : Ccpi& a aop 
eccna aoibinn, with various readings from the Books of 
Lecain and Ballymote. 

p. 121. Poem on the reign of Enna Airgtheach, beginning : 
Gnna ba plaich pail co ppaig. 

p. 123. Poem of 32 verses ascribed to Fercertna File, 
beginning: OUarii po&la peocaip 5GI. It mentions the 
establishing of the Feis of Tara, and the erection of the 
Mur Ollamhan, or college of professors, by Ollamh Fodhla. 

p. 126. Poem on the reign of Sioma the long lived. 

p. 132. Poem of 188 verses by Eochy O'Flynn, giving an 
account of the erection of the palace of Emania, in Ulster, 
by Kimbaeth, king of Ulster (a.m. 3566), and of the kings 
who ruled these down to the demolition of Emania, 
A.D. 333. Begins: Q Garhain io6nac aoibmn. 

p. 139. Poem of 56 verses by Eochy O'Flynn, giving the 
names of the 25 sons of Hugony M6r, king of Ireland, 
and of the partition of the countr}- between them. 

p. 142. A short poem on the reign of Fiacha Fearmara. 

p. 144. Another on the reign of Rury (Ru&paige). 

p. 144. Poem giving the names and length of reign of the 
Irish kings from Erevon to Eochy Feidhleach. 

p. 154. A poem of 268 verses, beginning: Cpiac op 
cpiacaib Cuachal Ceaccitiap, by Maolmura of Fahan 
(d. 884) ; giving an account of the battles fought by 
Tuathal Teachtmhar, monarch of Ireland, a.d. 130 to 160, 
against Eochy, king of Leinster, his son-in-law, and the 
Athach Tuatha. 

p. 161. A short poem on the reign of Conaire Caomh, 
monarch of Ireland, a.d. 165. 

p. 165. Poem of 148 verses by Flann of the monastery of 
Bute (Monasterboice), beg : TJig Ceariipa t)ia ccepbanr* 



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cnu ; giving an account of the monarchs of Ireland from 
Eochy Feileacli, a.m. 3922, to the death of Dathy, who died 
at the foot of the Alps, a.d, 428. 

p. 171. A poem of 52 verses attributed to Adamnan, 
reprimanding king Fionnachta for abolishing the tribute 
called Borumha, beginning: Iniu cie ceanslait) cucca. 

p. 175. Poem of 76 verses by Maolmura Othna, beginning: 
piann pop 6pinn bi cig cogaiOi. 

179. Poem of 208 verses by Flann, of the monastery of 
Bute, on the kings from Dathy to Melaghlin More. Be- 
gins : R15 Ceaitipa caoboi&e lapccain. 

The Book of Invasions ends on p. 184.. The second 
part of the volume is separately paged, and the copyist, 
Hugh O'Daly, states that it is transcribed from a book 
written by John, son of Maurice O'Mulconry, 400 years 
before his own time. O'Daly then gives the pedigree of 
the O'Sullivans. 

p. I. A collection of pedigrees of the Milesian families of 
Ireland. 

p. 54. Poem in the form of a dialogue between Fintan 
('thewandering Jew of Irish.history')and one whoquestioned 
him on the ancient history of Ireland. Begins: Qppai& pin 
a eouin accla. 

p. 61. Account of the Royal privileges of the kings of 
Ireland, in verse and prose. 

p. 64. The will of Niall of the Nine Hostages. 

p. 65. O'Huidhrin's Topographical Poem, consisting of 
780 verses, intended as a supplement to O'Dugan's Topo- 
graphical Poem, which dealt only with the northern half of 
Ireland. The author, Giolla-na-naomh O'Huidhrin, died 
A.D. 1420. (Edited, 1862, by O'Donovan, for the Irish 
Archasol. Society, from MSS. in the R. I. A.) 

pp. 88, 89 contain a genealogical tree of the descendants 
of Niall of the Nine Hostages by Dr. Sullivan. 

p. 93. Short extracts on various subjects. 

p. 94, 1. 23. Account of the banqueting hall at Tara. 

p. 95. Poem describing the same. 

p. 97. Fragment of the Book of Dinnseanchus, treating of 
the origin of certain place names. 

1287 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Historical and Romantic Tales and Poems, tran- 
scribed by Hugh O'Daly, a.d. 1746. 

p. 5. The battle of Magh Macruimhe (a.d. 221), fought 
between Art Aenfhir, son of Conn of the Hundred Battles, 



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and Lugaid Mac Conn of the race of Ith, who having been 
banished, had obtained aid from the king of the Britons and 
others. The story ' appears from the language to be the 
composition of the 14th or 15th century.' 

p. 58. Elegy on the death of Capt. Francis O'SulIivan 
(d. 1746). 

p. 59. Annals of Ireland from a few years before the 
battle of Clontarf to the year 1020. 

p. 63. The battle of Clontarf. A translation of this 
account was published in the 'Dublin Penny Journal,* 
vol. i. 

p. 75. An account of the O'Briens and other Munster 
families after the battle of Clontarf. 

p. 78. Poem by Mac Liag, chief bard to Brian Bom, 
beginning: t)ia bup mbecca a bop ap cian. 

p. 80. Poem by the same on the origin of the name of 
Raithleann. 

p. 84. Annals of Irish affairs about the year 1020. 

p. 86. Pedigree of the O'Briens. 

p. 89. A homily entitled, Qn ceanga bicnua&, giving 
an account of Heaven and Hell, and of some romantic 
places on earth. 

p. 95. A romantic tale entitled, t)eap5 puacap ConaiU 
Ceapnaig. 'one of the principal romantic tales of the Irish; 
it details the exploits of Connell Cearnach in revenging the 
death of Cuchullin of Dundalk.' 

p. 149. A romantic tale on the exploits, capture, and 
rescue of Callaghan, king of Cashel. 

p. 195. The ancient tale called Tain Bo Cuailgne. See 
the following No., f. 3. 

p. 321. Poem on the genealogy and history of Connell 
Cearnach and other heroes of the Red branch. 

p. 323. An ancient tale entitled, Lonseap TTlao Uipni§ 
('Exile of the children of Uisneach'). Published in the 
'Transactions' of the Gaelic Society, 1808. 

p. 340. Account of the birth of Conchovar, king of 
Ulster. 

p. 342. Account of the birth of Cuchullin. 

P- 345- Tale entitled, Cain bo Dapca&a. See Windisch's 
Irische Texte, Leipz., 1887. 

p. 346. Tale entitled, Cam t)o Resomnai. 

p. 347. Cam bo pii&uipi. 

p. 349. Exploits of OilioU and his queen Meave. 

p. 355. Adventures of Conla, son of Con of the Hundred 
Battles. 

p. 356. Account of St. Bricini of Tuaim Drecain. 

p. 360, Account of Cuchullin. 



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p. 361. Glossary of very ancient Irish words. 

p. 363. De quibusdam rebus mirandis Hibernie. (There 
is a better copy in the Book of Ballymote.) Short extracts 
on various subjects from pieces which are found in the 
Book of Ballymote and other MSS. 

1288 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Tales and Poems. Transcribed by Hugh O'Daly in 
the year 1750. 

f. I. Pedigree of O'Malone. 

f. 3. The tale entitled Tain Bo Cuailgne. ' Unquestion- 
ably transcribed from a very ancient MS.' 'The oldest copy 
of this tale hitherto discovered is in Leabhar na hUidhri.' 
See O'Conor in Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis, vol. i., p. 156; 
but O'Conor's translation of the Irish account of the 
author, etc., of this tale is incorrect. Fergus Mac Roigh, 
the hero of the tale, is pretended to have been resuscitated 
by St. Caillin for the purpose of giving his account of 
the war. 

f. 26. A historical tale of the time of Eochy Airev. 
'The cast of the phraseology shows this tale to be of 
considerable antiquity.' 

f. 54. The poem called Amhra Cholaim Chille, or 
Eulogium of Columcille, written by Eochoidh, surnamed 
Dalian Forgaill (fl. 580), 'written in a very obscure dialect 
of the ancient Irish,* and accompanied by a gloss in more 
modern language. 

f. 81 begins the Book of the O'Byrnes of Glenmalur, 
consisting of poems in praise of Hugh Mac Shane O'Byrne 
(who d. 1579), 'the warlike opponent and plunderer of his 
English and Irish neighbours'; see 'Four Masters,' an. 1579. 

f. 81. Poem of 12 verses by Donogh O'Muirgios (about 

1570')- 
f. 81, 1. 25. Poem by Gilla-na-naev (Roe) M'Keogh (or 

Mac Eochy). 

f. %ib. By the same. 

f. 2,1b, 1. 12. By John, son of Fergal M'Keogh. 

f. 82(5. By Mac Cassarly. 

f. 833. By Teige Dall O'Higgin. 

f. 833, 1. 25. By Gilla-na-naev IM'Keogh, 

f. 84. By Shane, son of Rory O'Higgin. 

f. 841^. By Fergal, son of Thomas M'Keogh. 

1 These dates (' about ') are taken from Dr. Sullivan's marginal notes. 
O'Donovan, by a curious mistake, has read in every instance * obiit.' 



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f. 853, 19. By Doighre O'Daly. 

f. 86a. s. f. By Gilla-na-naev RPKeogh. 

f. 87. By Donogh O'Morissy, beginning : beach e6laip 
na h6i5pi Qo& (about 1570). 

f. go. By Ferganainm Mac Keogh. 

f. gi. By the same, entitled Caithreim, or Catalogue of 
the battles of Hugh O'Byrne. This document gives the 
original Irish spelling of the names of many places in 
Wicklow, Dublin, Kildare, etc. 

f. 94 begins a series of poems on Fiach O'Byrne, son of 
Hugh (d. i5g7). 

f. g4. Four poems by Niall O'Rooney (about 1590). 

f. 97. Poem by Fergus oge Mac an Bhaird (Ward) in 
praise of Fiach and Leinster. 

f. g8. By Aitios O'Lorcain. 

f. 99(5 and xoob, and 106^. By Fergal, son of Looee 
Mac Keogh. 

f. 102. By the same, in praise of Hugh O'Byrne and his 
sons and brothers. 

f. 102a, 1. 12. By Rory, son of Hugh Magrath. 

f. 103. By the same. 

f. 103, 1. 27. By Shane, son of Philip M'Keogh. 

f, 1043 and f. 106. By Gilla-na-naev M'Keogh. 

f. 105. By Donnell O'Higgin. 

f. 107. A warlike ode by Aongus Mac Doighri O'Daly, 
addressed to the Irish in general, and to the O'Byrnes in 
particular, to rouse them against the English, beginning : 
t)ia lib a laocpuib 5aoi&iol. Published in Hardiman's 
' Irish Minstrelsy,' ii., 280. 

f. 1073, 22. Poem of 12 lines by Donogh O'Phelan 
(O'Filain). 

f. 107^, 29. Poem of 28 lines by Randal M'Keogh. 

f. 108. Poem of 20 lines by Melaghlin O'Coffey lamenting 
the destitute state of the house of Fiach after his expulsion, 
beginning: Nf paicim oigip Qo&a. 

Ibid. By Tuileagna Roe O'Mulconry. 

f. \o%b. Poem by GioUa-na-naev M'Keogh, attempting 
to reconcile the O'Byrnes and O'Tooles, beginning: t)ia 
t)0 peiciach ap geapac. 

Ibid. Song by Aongus Mac Doighri O'Daly on the 
success of one of Fiach's expeditions, beginning : Sgel 
cap5riiap t)o pdinis pa cpfocaib pdil. 

f. 109. By Donnell ^I'Keogh lamenting the death of Fiach. 
(Fiach was slain in 1597 'in a treacherous attack made on 
him by his kinsman at the request of the lord justice of 
Ireland, Sir William Russell.' The ' Four blasters.' 

f. 1093. By Aongus O'Daly on the same subject. 



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f. III. By Fergal Mac Looee on the same. 

f. iiib. By Fergal Oge M'Keogh on the same. 

f. 112, 1. II begins the collection of poems composed for 
Felim, son of Fiach O'Byrne. The first is by Eochy 
O'Hosey. 

f. 113. By Aongus O'Daly. 

Ibid. By Giolla-iosa O'Daly on the history of Leinster, 
and in praise of the sons of Fiach. 

f. 1X4(5. By Mahon O'Higgin on the cessation of the 
war in Leinster and in praise of Felim. 

f. 115*^. By Cuconnaught O'Daly on the same. 

f. 1 1 6/5. By Donnell M'Keogh, welcoming Felim on his 
return from Ulster with auxiliaries ' to disturb the glory of 
the English.' 

f. 117. By Eochy O'Hosey, who endeavours to regain the 
lost confidence of Felim. 

f. 117^. By Donnell M'Keogh on occasion of the illness 
of Felim. 

f, 118. By John O'Rooney. 

Ibid. By Donogh on O'Byrne's fortress of Bally- 

nacor. 

f. 119. By Fergal Mac Looee. 

f. 121. By Donnell Carragh M'Keogh. 

f. 123. By Eochy O'Hosey. 

AT. 126, 127. Two poems by the same in praise of Rose, 
daughter of Fiach O'Toole. 

f. 129. By Thomas M'Keogh in praise of Torlogh, son of 
Fiach O'Byrne. 

Ibid. By Aengus O'Daly on the same. 

f. 130^. By Donnell, son of Ferganainm M'Keogh, to the 
same Torlogh. 

f. 131. By Aongus O'Daly on Felim O'Byrne. 

f. 13 13. By Donogh M'Keogh on the deaths of John 
O'Byrne and his sister Margaret, son and daughter of 
Fiach. 

f, 1323. By Aongus O'Daly on Cathair, brother of Fiach. 

f. 133. By Donnell M'Keogh on Edmond and Gerald 
O'Byrne. 

f. 134. By Donogh, son of Donnell M'Keogh, an attempt 
to reconcile the sons of Fiach O'Byrne and the sons of 
John, son of Redmond O'Byrne. 

f. 1343. By Niall O'Rooney on the son of John 0'B}'me. 

f. 135. By Donnell O'Lorcan in praise of Girald O'Byrne. 

f. 136. Begins the collection of poems composed for 
Brian, son of Fiach O'Byrne, consisting of only two poems; 
the first by Rory, son of Thomas M'Keogh. 

f. 137. By Donnell, son of Ferganainm M'Keogh. 



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f. 138. Pedigree of John, son of Hugh O'Byrne. 

f 138^. Pedigree of the tribe of Ballynakill, i.e. of James, 
son of Cahir, who was lord of Ballynakill. 

f. 1 39. Pedigree of the old tribe of Doon, and of other 
branches of the family of Ballynacorr More. 

f. 140. Poem of 240 lines by Dufiy O'Duigennan on the 
O'Neills, princes of Tirone, from Niall Oge, who com- 
menced his reign in 1390, to Hugh, Earl of Tyrone, who 
fled to Spain in 1608. 

f. 142. Poem by Eochy O'Hosey, written for Torlogh 
Luineach O'Neill {i.e. Hugh, last Earl of Tyrone), calling on 
him to summon the forces of Ireland against the English. 

f. 145. O'Dugan's Topographical Poem. Published with 
the next by Dr. O'Donovan for the Irish Archaeol. Society, 
1862. 

f. 15 13. O'Huidhrin's Topographical Poem, written as a 
supplement to the preceding (see No. 1286, p. 165). It is 
here falsely ascribed to Donogh M'Keogh. 

f. 157. Poem by Dermot Mac Ward (about 1689) addressed 
to some Cormac in defence of the Irian race, the ancient 
inhabitants of Ulster. 

f. 159. Poem by Teige Dall O'Higgin (about 1585) on the 
history and nobleness of the men of Oriel. Written for 
Cuconnaught Maguire, chief of Fermanagh. 

f. 161. Poem by John, son of Ror}' Oge O'Higgin (d. 1585), 
in praise of the same Cuconnaught Maguire. 

f. 162. Poem by Edmond O'Cassidy (about 1710) in 
praise of Brian, son of Cuconnaught ^laguire. 

1 64^. By the same on the return of Brian to Ireland. ' The 
O'Cassidys were hereditary physicians of the Maguires.' 

Ibid. Poem by O'Hosey in defence of himself to some 
• Son of Teige.* 

f. 1 66. By Owen Mac Ward on the deaths of the Earls 
O'Neill and O'Donnell (about 1653). 

f. 167. By Hugh, son of John O'Daly (about 1728), 
enumerating the most distinguished Irish chiefs who fell in 
the battle of Aughrim. 

f. 167^. Poem by Owen O'Daly (about 1689) on the 
superiorit}' of the O'Neills to the O'Mores. 

f. 168. By O'Dugan, giving the history of the descendants 
of Cathaoir More, who was king of Leinster in the second 
centur}'. 

f. 171. Elegy of Sorley Boy Mac Donnell, who fell at 
Aughrim. 

f. 1743. A satiric poem by Hugh O'Daly (about 1726), 
written against O'Luinin, an Irish bard who went to Dublin 
and changed his religion. 



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1289 fol. chart., 1745. 

*The Psalter of Tara, transcribed by Teige O'Naghtan, 
which contains the Book of Invasions, the Book 
of the Eoganachts . . . .' 

The title ' Psalter of Tara ' is, as O'Donovan observes, a 
fictitious one, as writers are mentioned who flourished 600 
years after the desertion of Tara. 

The first 12 pp. not numbered contain a very minute 
table of the contents. 

p. 1-2 1 contain a prose account of the six ages of the 
world taken from Holy Scripture and the Fathers. 

p. 13, 1. 32, begins a poem by Donnchuach O'Huathghaile 
(see another copy, No. 1284, f. 1533). 

p. 21, 1. 24. A prose account of the contents of Flann's 
poem on synchronisms of Irish kings, with those of Assyria, 
Persia, etc. Flann of the monastery of Bute, Professor of 
Divinity, died a.d. 1056. 

p. 27. A metrical enumeration of the principal eras. 

p. 28, 1. 6. A table of the measures used by the ancient 
Irish. 

p. 28. Poem of 248 lines by Malmura Othva, beginning: 
Canam buna&ap na n^ae&il. Published in the Irish 
version of Nennius by the Irish Archaeol. Soc, p. 220. 

p. 29. The Leabhar Gabhala or Book of Invasions. A 
more ancient form, and more copious than that which was 
revised by Michael O'Clery (No. 1286), but agreeing word 
for word with the copy in the Book of Ballymote. 

p. 106. Catalogue of kings of Ireland to Roderic 
O'Conor. 

p. 125, s. f. List of kings of Ulster who dwelt in Emania 
with a poem on the same. 

p. 131. List of the kings of Leinster from Breasal Bealach 
to Dermot MacMorogh, with (p. 134) a poem en the same. 

p. 137. List of the kings of Connaught from Amhalgy to 
Roderic O'Conor, with a poem on the same (p. 139). 

p. 143. List of the kings of Munster from Eogan 
Taidhleach to Donnell O'Brien, with (p. 145) a poem by 
Shane O'Dugan on the same (see No. 1284, f. 120). 

p. 149. A tract on Irish Jurisprudence, entitled, 'Teagasg 
riogh,' i.e. 'the instruction of kings,' said to have been 
written by king Cormac, a.d. 213. A translation of some 
extracts from this is given in the 'Dublin Penny Journal,* 
vol. i. O'Donovan quotes from a MS. copy of Keating's 
History of Ireland, a statement to the effect that, when the 
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Chronicler or Recorder was present with this book, and 
sometimes security was demanded for the fulfilment of the 
duties of the position according to the laws given therein. 
Very few copies of Keating contain the passage. 

p. 175. A short poem headed 'The desires of Cormac,' 
followed by a prose account of the same monarch and of 
Fin Mac Cooil, the leader of his kems. 

p. 178. Poem giving a sketch of the history of the houses 
at Tara, followed by two modern poems, one headed 
' Caoilte lamenting the state of Oisin,' the other 'The 
advice of Finn to Looee.' 

p. 179. Leabhar Eoganach, or Book of Genealogies, etc., 
of the descendants of Eogan, son of Niall of the Nine 
Hostages. All this seems to have been copied from the 
Book of Ball\Tnote. 

p. 220. Leabhar Connachtach, or Book of Connaught, 
containing the pedigrees of the families sprung from Brian, 
brother of the aforesaid Niall. 

p. 246. Leabhar Fiachrach, containing pedigrees of the 
families descended from Fiachra, brother of Niall. There 
is a better copy in the Book of Lecan. 

p. 251. Leabhar Oirghialach, or Book of Oriel, containing 
the pedigrees of the families descended from the three 
CoUas who conquered Ulster, a.d. 333. 

p. 271. Leabhar Laighneach, or Book of Leinster, con- 
taining the pedigrees of the families of Leinster. 

p. 301. The Book of Muskerr}', containing the pedigrees 
of the families sprung from Cairbre Muse, who flourished 
in the third century. 

p. 313. Seanchus b-fear nAlban, or genealogical history 
of the men of Scotland. 

p. 319. Leabhar Ultach, or Book of Ulster, containing 
the genealogies of the ancient inhabitants of Ulster, com- 
monly called the Irian race and the Clann Rury. 

p. 35 1 . Leabhar Muimhneach or Book of Munster ; see 
Book of Ballymote. 

p. 397. Leabhar Sleachta Dairfhine or Book of the pos- 
terity of Dairfine. 

p. 409. The Topographical work called Dinnseanchus or 
history of hills, fortresses, etc. A better copy on vellum is 
noted post. 

p. 506. Auraicept na n-Eigeas, ' Primer of the Bards.' 

p. 551. Grammar of Ferkertne the poet. 

p. 571. Of the degrees of the poets. 

p. 588. Of the degrees of the church, 

p. 594. Of the degrees of the champions. 

p. 596. Book of the Ollaves or chief poets, containing 
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various rules for poetic composition. The foregoing part 
of the MS. seems to have been copied from the Book of 
Ballymote. 

p. 6 1 6. Poem ascribed to Oisin, in which he describes 
for St. Patrick the battle of Gabhra, fought about the close 
of the 3rd century. 'The site of this battle is still shown in 
Meath, a short distance north of the hill of Tara, where a 
stream still retains the name of Gabhra (Goura).' 

p. 621. A metrical treatise on the nature of letters and 
versification, called Leabhar Aiste Danaireacht. 

p. 625. A metrical treatise on Latin Prosody. 

p. 653. A prose dialogue entitled Comhluadar Fhinn agus 
Ailbhe, a curious specimen of old Irish proverbial sayings. 

p. 654. Poem enumerating the territories and townlands 
in Ireland. 

p. 659. A treatise on poetry, partly metrical, entitled 
Leabhar Filidheachta. 

p. 668. Poem on the history of the Picts. See Appendix 
to Pinkerton's History of Scotland for an account of this 
poem. 

p. 675. War between Con and Mogha. 

p. 735. The Battle of Clontarf, a.d. 1014. 

p. 741. Poem lamenting the death of Brian Boru who fell 
at Clontarf, beginning : Qnoip cainic cuicim 6piain. 

p. 744. Poem in the form of a dialogue between Mac 
Coisi, chief bard of the North, and Mac Liag, chief poet 
and secretary to Brian Boru, beginning: mapcuin &uic a 
lapla {rede ipapt)) peil. 

p. 751. Account of the dispute between king Dermot 
(a.d. 563) and St. Rodanus, in consequence of which the 
latter cursed the hill of Tara, and prayed that no king 
might thenceforward dwell in it. 

p. 755. Leabhar Ceart nan-Eigeas, 'the proper book of the 
poets,' a treatise on grammar and poetry. 

p. 848 Pedigree of O'Reilly, chief of East Breifny. 

p. 859. Pedigree of the family of Mac Brady, stated to 
have been translated from the Latin of Boethius Roe Mac 
Egan, a Franciscan, and of John Hackett, a Dominican, 
who wrote at Louvain. 

p. 862. Poem by Brian Roe Mac Conmee in praise of 
Ulster, beginning: lom&a uippim 05 Ullcarb. 

p. 864. Poem on the history of the palace of Emania, 
beginning: Gaiiiain alain dpup Ulcaib. 

p. 865. Poem giving the pedigree of the Hy-Manians or 
O'Kellys of Connaught. 

p. 872. Poem by Erard Mac Coisi, chief poet to king 
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Dun-na-sgiath, after Maelseaghlin's death in 1020. Be- 
gins : t)uppan map rat a t)fiin na P561C. 

p. 873. Leabhar Gabhala, as given in the Book of Lecan. 
This is much briefer than the copy compiled by O'Cler}-. 

p. 916. Leabhar Tairghiallach, or Book of Prophecies. 
All the poems in this have been already noticed in No. 
1285. 

p. 947. The Triads ; a collection of Irish proverbs and 
wise sayings. It begins with an enumeration of places in 
Ireland proverbially noted for some peculiarity. 

p. 958. Prophetic poem ascribed to St. Columcille (see 
No. 1284, f. 157. 

p. 960. Poem by Coircall Mac Cumain describing the 
wretched state of Ireland in his time. 

p. 961. Poem predicting the coming of the English, be- 
ginning : Qbaip liom a pooi peanDo. 

1290 fol. chart., c. 1740. 

Irish-English Dictionary by Teige O'Naghtan. 

At the end is a list of Irish and English names of plants 
and trees. * It contains a vast number of words, and is 
ver)' valuable as being the production of a very able Irish 
scholar, who was born in 1671, and lived during a period in 
which the ancient Irish language was perfectly understood ; 
but it is ver}' defective as a Dictionary, inasmuch as it very 
seldom gives any examples to elucidate the English inter- 
pretations of the various ancient words. Notwithstanding 
this defect it is a work of great authority, and the meanings 
given of Irish words may be relied upon as far as they go. 
O'Reilly copied the greater part of this work into his 
Dictionar)', but he does not tell us what words he took 
from it.' 

1291 fol. chart., 1755. 
Poems and Miscellanea. 

Transcribed by Hugh O'Daly for Dr. Sullivan in 1755. 

f. I. A romantic tale entitled Bruighean da Choga, de- 
scribing a war between Connaught and Ulster about a.d. i. 

f. 1 63. Life of St. Laurence the martyr. 

f. 26. Account of the 15 signs preceding the day of 
judgment. This seems to have been translated from the 
Latin. 

f. 31. Life of St. James. 

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f. 35. Life of St. Mary of Egypt, seems to be a translation 
from the Latin, The language is ancient. 

f. 44. Account of the creation of the world, etc. 

f. 55. Fragment of a poem on Irish chronology. 

f. 56(5. Poem on Irish history and genealogy, beginning: 
Qoibinn pin a Gipe dpO. 

f. 63. Historical poem, beginning: Q eolca 6ipean 
aipOe. 

f. 65. Poem of 236 lines by Mac Con O'Clery, addressed 
to Torlogh Luineach O'Neill, beginning : Sealbaft Gipean 
05 aicme "Neill. It enumerates the exploits of O'Neill's 
ancestors, and calls on Torlogh to recover Tara from the 
English. 

f. 69*5. Poem on the history and genealogy of the 
O'Briens by Teige Mac Dary (see a better copy in No. 
1 28 1, f. 121, where the poem is more properly ascribed 
to Maoilin Mac Brody). See the ' Four Masters,' a.d. 
1600. 

f. 74. Poem by Neidhe O'Mulvany on the history of the 
O'Conors of Connaught, beginning: 60I t)aTh peipiop 
cloinne Cuinn. 

f. 76. Poem by Donogh O'Mulconry on the kings of 

Connaught, beginning: GipOib a et^pi banba. 

f. 79. Poem by Maoilin O'Mulconry on the same, be- 
ginning: 'Dlfge y^i"^ eolup O'ollani. 

f. 83. Poem by Conaing Boy O'Mulconry on the tombs 
of Clonmacnoise and the kings interred in them, beginning: 
Q peilea5 laoch leice Chumn. 

f. 84^. Poem of 160 lines by Maurice O'Mulconry on the 
merits of Hugh O'Conor and the history of his family, 
beginning: Ni maipionn t)' 6ipinn ace Qo&. 

f. 87. Poem of 132 lines by Teige Mac Dary on the 
genealogy of the descendants of Con of the hundred 
battles. 

f. 893. Poem of 188 lines by Cormac, son of Carroll Mac 
Coinmidhe, on the downfall of the O'Neills, and on the 
death of Art O'Neill, beginning : paOa an puai5 pi ap 
pto§pm6e bpeag. The family of Mac Conmee (now 
Anglicised Mac Namee) were hereditary bards to the 
O'Neills. In this poem the bard laments that the blessing 
left by St. Patrick to the family of O'Neill has become null 
and void on account of the anger of God with them. 

f, 93. Poem of 104 lines by Ferflatha O'Gnimh (now 
Agnew) on the death of the same Art O'Neill, beginning: 
buai&pea& 061516 cdoi 6nriind. 

f. 965. Poem of 172 lines addressed by the same Ferflatha 
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f. 97^. Anonymous poem of 28 lines on the Royal palaces 
of Ireland, beginning: Se pig puipc '6ipionn analldin. 
Ascribed by some to O'Dugan, who d. 1372. 

f. 98. Poem of 216 lines addressed to Magennis (the son 
of Hugh) by Fergal Oge Mac Ward, beginning: Cpf uaicne 
im imp 5aoi&eal. 

This gives a sketch of the early Milesian history of 
Ireland, and of the families descended from the three sons 
of Milesius. 

f. 101. Poem of 144 lines on the instruction of a king, 
beginning: t)ia ma& mipe pf p^il. 

f. 103^. Poem of 176 lines on the contentions of the 
descendants of Niall of the Nine Hostages for the crown of 
Ireland, beginning : t)o riifni&ce t)ia na Deic n-aicne. 

f. 106^. Fragment of a poem containing 8 lines be- 
ginning: Caini5 peal a ap pic ula&. 

f. 107. Poem of 116 lines on the genealogies of the 
families of Munster-Eolius in Co. Leitrim and vicinity. 

f. 109. Poem of 124 lines by Fergal Oge Mac Ward on 
the battle (near Downpatrick) in which Brian O'Neill and 
many of the chieftains of the North were slain. Beginning: 
Leacc capat) 1 ccac 6piain. 

f. III. Poem of 216 lines on the exploits of (Sir) John 
O'Doherty (d. 1599). 

f. 115^. Poem of 80 lines, beginning: Q 65a glacup na 
h-aipni. The writer says that he is only a common soldier, 
and complains that he can procure no other employment. 

f. 116. A satirical poem of 48 lines by Teige Dall 
O'Higgin (fl. a. 1610), beginning: Sluag peipip cdinic 
t)oni C15. This is a satire on six of the O'Haras who 
forcibly took refreshments in his house. In consequence 
of this satire they returned and cut out his tongue, and 
otherwise so maltreated him that he died. They seem also 
to have murdered his wife and child. ' On the 30th June, 
161 7, an Inquisition was held in Sligo by which it was 
found that the six O'Haras (named) were attainted of the 
murder of Teige dall O'Higgin, his wife, and child. See 
O'Reilly's 'Writers' under 1610. 

f. 1 173. Poem of 72 lines in praise of women, beginning: 
C6t) plan lompdib t)0 na mndib. 

f. 1 1 83, s. f. A satirical poem of 312 lines by Torlogh 
Carrach O'Conor on Col. Jones (ab. 1641). 

f. 124. A romantic tale entitled, 'The pursuit of Sabia 
the daughter of Owen Oge ' ; the scene is placed in the 
reign of Cormac Mac Art (third century-). 

f. 151. Poem of 300 lines by Fergal Oge^Mac an Bhaird 



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in praise of Hugh Magennis and his ancestors, beginning : 
Luib50jic pineamne puil Ip. 

This was the Magennis, Viscount Iveagh, who was styled 
by English writers of the reign of Elizabeth, 'the politest of 
the Irish.' 

f. 157. Poem of 84 lines on the genealogy of the Clanna 
Rury. 

f. 1 5 83. Poem of 28 lines on the heroes who sprang from 
Magach the grandmother of Cuchullin. Published by 
Theophilus O'FIanagan in the ' Transactions ' of the 
Gaelic Society. 

f. 159. The Lamentation of Cuchullin over the dead 
body of his son Conlach. Published with translation by 
Miss Brooke in her ' Reliques of Irish Poetry,' Dublin, 
1789. 

f. 160. Poetical advice to women, consisting of 68 lines, 
by Hanlon Mac Egan, beginning: bpeagach pin a bean. 

f. 161. A disconnected poem of 68 lines, beginning: 
"Nf TTiaipenn Ceaiiiaip a t)-cuaic. 

f. \b\b. Poem in dispraise of beer, beginning: Q bean 
t)o nt an lionn. 

f. 162. Extracts from poems on different subjects. 

f. 1 62(5. A Fingalian poem, partly in the form of a dialogue 
between St. Patrick and Oisin, beginning : Ld btiinne aip 
Sliab puaiO. 

f. 163(5. Elegy by Andrew Maguire on the death of Conor 
Maguire, the last baron of Enniskillen (executed at White- 
hall, 1641). Beginning, Cp6i5 bo gpuaim an uaip pi 
aShdpa. 

f. 1 65*5. Poem in praise of a lady; beginning: Ld t)a 
pabup a gcacaip na ^ail^be. 

f. 167. Short moral poem, beginning: TTlaipc t)0 nt com- 
pd& gan clacc. 

f. 1673. Poem by Thomas Mac Clery, giving directions 
to avoid the gout. 

f. 168, Table of contents and a few lines addressed by 
the writer, who calls himself O'Daly Fionn, to Dr. 
Sullivan. 



1292 4to maj. chart., ff. 221. 

Annales et Miscellanea. 

(Inserted in the vol. is a description of its contents by 
Dr. Chas. O'Conor). 

f. 3 contains a short table of contents (in Latin) ending 
thus: 'Haec omnia monumenta zelo ac industria illustrissimi 



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ac reverendissimi Joannis O'Brien, Episcopi Clovnensis et 
Rossensis in Hibernia qui die xiii* mensis Martii, anno 
1769, Lugduni in Gallia obiit, comparata et in unum hunc 
codicem digesta fuerant.' 

f. 4 (anciently numbered 487) contains the 16 concluding 
lines of a poem in praise of some member of the family of 
the Geraldines. There follow 16 lines headed, in English, 
' the ensuing lines were composed in answer to a fals 
message.' 

f. 4^. A tract entitled, blog t)o feancup pil Ui-bpian, i.e. 
a fragment of the history of the descendants of Brian 
(Boru). (See another copy, No. 1281, f. 106.) 

f. I lb. Part of the history of the Burkes as taken from the 
book of the O'Mulconrj-s called Iris (ends imperfect). 

f. 15. Caicp^im Coip&ealbaig, i.e. the victories of 
Torlogh (O'Brien), being an account of the wars of the 
O'Briens, both amongst themselves, and against the English 
from the time of the English conquest to 1318, originally 
written by John Magrath, principal historian of the nobles 
of Dal Cais in the year 1459. Transcribed by Andrew 
Mac Curtin. There is a translation of this work (by Peter 
Connell) in the British Museum, and a copy of this is in 
the library of the Royal Irish Academy, where there is al§o 
a copy of the original Irish. O'Donovan states that the 
original vellum MS. was in the possession of Sir W. 
Betham. 

f. 113. (formerly numbered as p. 40) An imperfect copy of 
the Annals of Tigemach. Transcribed, as Dr. O'Conor 
shows, from the Bodleian MS. Laud., 488. On f. 139^, s. f. 
marg. is written, 'Tigernacus hue usque scripsit, et hoc 
anno quievit,' viz. an. 1088. 

f. 164 (formerly numbered p. 234) begins the * Chronicon 
Scotorum,' by Duald Mac Firbis (d. 1670), ending a.d. 
1 135. Autograph of Duald Mac Firbis. See O'Curry, 
'MS. Materials,' p. 128. 

The copy in the Stowe Library was transcribed from this 
(Bibl. MS. Stowensis i., p. 201). 

The last 4 pp. of the volume contain Annals from 1142 to 
1150, which O'Donovan says may be part of the 'Chronicon 
Scotorum.' 

1293 1 1" X 8", membr., s. xvi. 

The Annals of Kilronan, or of Loch Ce (Logh Kea), 
A.D. 1014 to 1571. 

There are 99 leaves of vellum and 36 of paper, many of 
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back, 'Tigernachi continuatio '; but O'Donovan claims to 
have shown that it is the Book of the O'Duigenans of 
Kilronan. O'Curry identifies it with the Annals of Loch 
C6 (MS. Materials of Irish History, p. 94 sqq^. The chief 
transcriber was Philip Bradley, and the date of his tran- 
scription 1588. There is a memorandum by David Duigenan 
that the book contained three leaves and five score of 
vellum. It has therefore lost four vellum leaves since this 
was written. 

The defects in the vellum are from the year 11 38 to 11 70. 
Here six leaves of paper are inserted, but they are blank. 
Again there is a defect from 1316 to 1462. Here 22 paper 
leaves are inserted ; the first six of which are blank. The 
entries on the remaining leaves are very scanty, and are 
repeated twice. After 1462 the writing is in different hands. 
There are also 4 paper leaves inserted after the first folio, 
on one of which the contents of the first page have been 
copied by John Mac Namee, 1698, that page having even 
then been almost illegible. On another of these leaves 
another copy of the same is written by Eugene O'Curry, 
1842. 

The last page in the volume is wholly illegible. 

In addition to the paper leaves enumerated above there 
are 4 after the year 1061, but there is there no chasm in the 
original 

O'Curry discovered the continuation of these Annals to 
the year 1590 in the British Museum, Clar. xlv. 4792, and 
his copy of this is inserted in the present volume. 

The work was edited by W. M. Hennessy in the Master 
of the Rolls' series in 1871. 

1294 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Caithreim Toirdhealbhaigh, or victories of Torlogh 
O'Brien (see No. 1292, f. 15), 3 vols., pp. 438. 

These volumes also contain pedigrees of various branches 
of the O'Brien family which have been already noticed in 
Nos. 128 1, 1291, and the following poems. 

Vol. 3, p. 401. Poem by Maoilin Oge Mac Brody on the 
history of the O'Loughlins of Burren, beginning: O 
ceacpap gluaipit) ^^loi&il,' composed in the year 1594, 
followed by a prose account in English taken from the poem 
and written by the transcriber of the volume, Maurice 
Gorman. 

p. 415. Poem by Hugh Boy Mac Curtin commemorating 
the noble descent and patrimony of Torlogh O'Loughlin 
Burren, beginning : Cpann op gach coiU cpaob eamna. 



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p. 423, 1. 9. List of ancient Irish words with explanations. 

p. 425. Poem by Maoilin Oge Mac Brody on the genealogy 
and history of the O'Gormans of Clare, beginning: t)6opai6 
ponna pliocc Cacaoip. The transcriber of these volumes 
was Maurice O'Gorman. 

1295 fol. chart., 1728. 

The Book of Ballymote (incomplete copy). 

The original vellum Book of Ballymote, written about 
1400 and formerly (1688) belonging to Trinity College, is 
now in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, to which it 
was presented by the Chev. O'Gorman in 1785. The text 
has been published in facsimile by the Academy under the 
editorship of Dr Robert Atkinson. 

The present copy was made in 1728 by Richard Tipper, 
of Mitchellstown, in the parish of Castleknock, of whom 
O'Reilly says, in his account of the contents of this MS., 
that ' to the industry of Tipper, the Irish scholar and anti- 
quarian, is indebted for many copies of valuable antient 
MSS., which he made from originals that are either not 
extant or are locked up in libraries from the public' 

The numbers in brackets are those of the pages of the 
facsimile. 

p. I begins an account of the six ages of the world. 

p. 12. The poem of O'Huathgaili concerning the de- 
scendants of Noah, T?ei&i5 X>am a t)e t)0 niih. 

p. 20. The synchronisms of Flann Mainistrech, followed 
(p. 26) by the poem, T^m mac bel poga na pig. 

PP- 32-35 contain matter missing from the vellum book 
after folio 8. 

p. 82, 12 begins the history of the kingdoms of Ireland. 
Incipit bo plaicuipaib Gapion. 

p. 89 (4sa) begins with the end of a poem on the Boroma 
tribute. 

p. 90, s. f. Gilla Coeman's poem : Gipiu apt) imp na pig. 

p. 100. List of the kings of Ireland from Laogaire to 
Roderic O'Conor. 

p. 103. Gilla Modubda's poem on the succession of the 
Christian kings of Ireland. Only 46 lines are given, and 
1. 45 begins with Ne6i (for t)eac of the vellum). Space is 
left for the rest of the poem. 

pp. 109-130. Lists of the Christian kings of Ulster, 
Leinster, Connaught, and Munster, with poems on the 
same. 

p. 131. Cormac's instructions to his son, with the in- 
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pp. 136-140. The Triads. The portion missing from the 
vellum after p. 66 is found here supplied from another copy. 

pp. 141-377. Genealogies of the various tribes and 
families of Ireland (p. 247, the Will of Cahir More). 

pp. 378-390. Translation of Nennius on the history of 
the Britons and Picts. 

On p. 390 is the date 1728, with the name of the copyist 
Richard Tipper. 

p. 391 (233 a 8, 212-232 being omitted), prose account 
of four saints, sons of Owen Mac Murrogh. This tract, 
imperfect in the vellum, is here complete, ending at the 
bottom of 394. 

p. 395 (247, the History of the Jews being omitted). 
Story of Conchobar. 

p. 397. Story of the death of Nathi or Dathi, with the 
poems of Torna Eiges and Dorban on the cemetery at 
Cruachan. 

pp. 399-461 are bound at the end of the volume. 

p. 399. Names and epithets of the Irish kings. 

pp. 409-411. Extracts from the Book of Glendalough, 
containing notices of the Attacotti, the poem, Ip op 5lan 
ip neam im gpeim, and an account of the wonders of 
Ireland. 

pp. 411-436 (257 a 46-266). Account of the death of 
Aithirne, with other tales, as in No. 13 18. 

p. 438 (289, the Book of Rights being omitted). On the 
various kinds of metre. Ends p. 450 with the words Suipsi 
mallpo (= p. 295 a 32). 

pp. 451-461 are blank. 

pp. 462-590 (349-410). The Dinnseanchus. On p. 590 
is the subscription of the copyist, Richard Tipper, with the 
date 1727. 

PP- 591-594 blank. 

p. 595 (282). Bean Seanchus. History of famous women. 

pp. 605-622. The book of Oghams, p. 618 contains 
additional matter. 

1296 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Genealogies, Tales, Poems, etc. 

p. 3. (pp. I, 2 are wanting). Account of the creation of 
the world, etc. 

p. II. History of the Milesians. 

p. 16. Genealogies of the descendants of Ever or Ileber 
Finn, who inhabited the south of Ireland. 

p. 49. Genealogies of the descendants of Eogan, son of 
Olioll Olum. 



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p. 53. Descendants of Core, son of Looee. 

p. 60. Pedigrees of the McCarthys and other descendants 
of Callaghan Cashel. 

p. 78. Pedigrees of O'Sullivan More, O'Sullivan Beare, 
and O'Sullivan IMoyle. 

p. 80. Pedigree of Mac Gillicuddy and O'Coill. 

p. 81. Pedigree of O'Keeffe. 

p. 82, Prosodiacal rules in Irish verse (in a later hand). 

p. 83, Genealogies of the Hy-Neagh of Monster, divided 
into the O'Donoghoes, O'Mahonys, etc. 

p. 89. Rules of prosody continued from p. 82. 

p. 90. Poem of 364 lines by Cathan O'Duinin (fl. 1320) 
on the ramifications of the families of the Ibh Eachach of 
Munster. In this is given the pedigree of the O'Donoghoes 
for 27 generations, from Core, son of Looee, king of 
Desmond, a.d. 380, to Teige the Generous, a.d. 1320, for 
whose inauguration the poem was written. See O'Reilly, 

* Irish Writers,' p. 95. 

p. 97 to 134. Pedigrees of various Irish families. 

p. 135. A short account of English families in Ireland. 

p. 136. Table of Irish contractions. 

p. 139. Account of the different colonies that settled in 
Ireland, beginning with the antediluvian Ceasair. 

p. 214. Leabhar Oiris, or Book of Annals, attributed to 
Mac Liag, secretary to Brian Boru. 

p. 233. Leabhar na-gceart, or Book of Rights. There is 
another copy of this in the Book of Ballymote, from which 
it was edited by O'Donovan for the Celtic Society, 1847. 

p. 242. Poem by Andrew Mac Curtin foretelling the 
future state of things in Ireland, beginning: 5^ CU15 peirii 
luip Oa D-cugaft gpapuib t>e. 

p. 243. Romantic tale called Cue pionn Cpdga, or 

* The Battle of Ventry.' For an account of this tale see 
O'Curry, 'MS. ^Materials,' p. 315. It has been edited 
by Dr. K. Meyer. There is a copy on vellum in the 
Bodleian Library (Rawlinson, 487). 

p. 265. The battle of INIagh Mucruimh^ (about a.d. 195). 

p. 283. Poem on the coming of Conlaoch to Ireland, 
beginning : t)o ccnuig an bopb laoic. 

p. 284. Poem. The advice of the poor friar to his neigh- 
bour, beginning: ^tib a c^in 50 p^irii mo ceasapg uaimpe. 

p. 285. The battle of Cnuca. 

p. 303. The breach of Magh Muirthaimhne, or the death 
of Cuchullin. 

p. 340. Poem lamenting the expulsion of the Irish nobility, 
beginning: t)o cuala p5eala t)0 c^ap 506 lo me (anon.). 



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p. 341, s. f. A religious poem by Donnell Mac Dary Mac 
Bruodin, beginning : ^eall ]ie maoinib TnolaO t)e. 

p. 343. An amatory poem by Richard Burke, or De Burgh, 
beginning: pip na po&la ap nt»ul t)6a5. 

p. 344. Poem beginning : Qp mbeanacc map bligim 6uic 
(anon.). 

Ibid. s. f. Poem by O'Daly Finn, beginning : Caoin cti 
p6in a &uine boicc. 

p. 345. Short religious poem by Aengus O'Daly Finn, 
beginning: Cpuag map acd mo colainn cpia6. 

Ibid. Satirical poem by John Roe O'Shehan against David 
O'Maliony, beginning: Ce paba me am mdipcip toeappcach 
beapm timeach. 

p. 346. Answer to the foregoing by Thomas Prundivill, 
beginning: ^o beapbca a maipcep Sedn ip XiQay pdigip. 
('This Thomas Prundivill seemeth to be the person for 
whom the whole volume was transcribed.') 

p. 347. A religious composition entitled, 'Dialogue be- 
tween the body and the soul.' Ends imperfect on p. 354. 

' The volume is in the handwriting of Desmond O'Conor, 
who is most probably the translator of Keating's History of 
Ireland.' 

1297 4to chart., c. 1715. 

Miscellanea, chiefly Poems and Romance. 

Transcribed by John Magauran, or Magovern, for Brian 

Maguire, who has written his own pedigree and praise on a 

flyleaf. Each tract is paged separately. 
I. — Life of Manusand Giolla-iosa, sons of Donn More Maguire, 
' exceedingly curious and valuable as illustrating the 
history of Fermanagh, and throwing light upon Irish 
manners and clanship in the 14th century.' 29 pp. 
p. 30. An amatory poem by Dermot Mac Muireadhaigh, 

beginning: Tllap peaca& a bean na mala sceapc gcom- 

&luice. 2 pp. 
11. — Life of St. Mogue, or Maidoc, 104 pp. He was first 
bishop of Ferns. According to O'Donovan he is still 
vividly remembered in the country of his birth (parish of 
Templeport, Cavan). This Life does not materially differ 
from that published by Colgan, but is more copious. 
The body of the narrative is prose, but several poems and 
extracts from poems are introduced, some of which are 
attributed to the saint himself, but are clearly later. The 
most remarkable are — 
p. ID. Sgeal oile aip Qo& t>aipi&e. Here the saint is 

called Aodh, Mo being a prefix (= my) often prefixed to the 



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names of saints, and the names of ancient ecclesiastics 
were always thus changed upon entering holy orders. The 
diminutive og was added for the sake of affection, and thus 
Mo-Aodh-og became Maodhog = Mogue. This name, says 
O'Donovan, was very common in Ferns about 50 years ago 
as a christian name, but it is now modified to Moses. 

p. 16. Poem of 104 lines, beginning : Ciop TTlao&ois 5011 
rneapacaft 

p. 27. Verses beginning: Coipj 1x1006615 1 t)cip bpea- 
can. 

p. 34. Verses (68) beginning: La t)a TTlaoSog pan 
luillecnn. 

p. 62. Poem of 40 lines, beginning: Ca Ifon inionn 05 
1000665 ni6p, on the relics left by St. Mogue. 

p. 66. Poem of 76 lines by Giolla Modhuda, beginning : 
Leac bonn a 6C15 500 pdca. This recounts the dues paid 
to the successors of St. Mogue. 

p. 69. Poem of 4 pp. on the life of St. Mogue, beginning: 
Seoncap Tnao&6i5 meabpaig leac. 

p. 74. Poem of 116 lines, beginning: coriipuinn "01006615 
pa mop ino6. This states how St. Mogue's dues in 
Leinster, Ulster, and Connaught were divided among his 
coarbs in the churches of Ferns, Drumlane (Co. Cavan), 
and Rossinver (Co. Leitrim). 

p. 77. Poem of 104 lines by Giolla Modhuda O'Cassidy 
on the judgments or curses left by St. INIogue on any of 
the Breifnians who should violate his churches, encroach 
on his lands, or dishonour his coarbs. Beginning : Gi6ep- 
bpeaca lilao6oi5 liifn. 

p. 85. Poem of 208 lines, beginning: t)inn an ciomna 
luaicep Imn. In this is given the Will of the saint in 
which he disposes of the relics referred to above (p. 62). 
His Breac or speckled garment he leaves to the church of 
Rossinver, his Ministir or portable shrine to Drumlane, his 
black crozier to Ferns, his two bells to Drumlane, his 
white crozier to Rossinver, and his Mac Ratha (.•^) to be 
placed over his tomb at Rossinver. 

p. 94. Poem of 180 lines by Giolla Modhuda O'Cassidy 
on the history and virtues of St. Mogue. 

p. 102. Poem of 64 lines ascribed to St. Mogue, in which 
he denounces vengeance on all who should violate his 
churches, beginning: Ulaips a paipe6cap mo cill cdi6. 

p. 103. Poem on the miracles by which St. Mogue 
lessened the powers of Fergal O'Rourke and his descen- 
dants, beginning: ITIaips Dan Comappa naoiti 5ap5, 
* Woe to him whose neigrhbour is a fierce saint.' 



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III. — A romantic tale entitled: Bruighean Chaorthuinn or Palace 
of the rowan trees, composed about the 15th century. 
20 pp. 
IV. — Another tale entitled : Eachtra an Ghiolla deacair, ^\^ pp.^ 
describing a chase by Finn Mac Cooil and his militia 
through Dromcollcoille (now Dublin). 
V. — Another describing a chase by Finn Mac Cooil in Con- 
naught, entitled, bpuigean c6ipe Copuinn, 8 pp. Finn 
and his heroes are detained by magic in the caves of 
Keish Corran (caves well known to travellers). 
f. 5. Poem written by an Irish priest in Spain, bidding 
farewell to Ireland, i^ pp. This is followed by a ludicrous 
account of the clann of Thomas Mac Lobuis by Robert 
Nugent, 4 pp. By the clan of Mac Lobuis are here meant 
the English plebeians who obtained possessions in the time 
of Cromwell. 
VI. — Historical tale entitled, Qoi&ea6 pipt)ia&, 18 pp. 

f. 10 (numbered 9). A short religious poem by Bona- 
ventura O'Hosey, beginning: Cpitip accl bpac ap mo bdp. 
VII. — A romantic tale entitled, Gaccpa clomne pig no Tliopuai&e. 
Adventures of the sons of the king of Norway. The 
scene is placed in Greece, Holland, etc. 62^ pp. 
VII. — Another romantic tale entitled, Gaccpa an macaoirii moip 
mac pi§ na "heappaine. Adventures of the great 
youth, the son of the king of Spain. The scene is in 
Ireland, and the supposed time the 3rd century. 21 pp. 
f. 116. Romance entitled, bpuigean beag na li-Qbinnne, 
i.e. the small enchanted palace of Allen. The actors are 
Finn Mac Cooil, Oisin, Oscar, etc. 9-^ pp. 
VIII. — Romantic tale entitled Gaccpa "Rit)ipe na leorhan. Ad- 
ventures of the knight of the lions. The hero is a 
French knight. 134 pp.; ending imperfect. 
IX. — Another romance, entitled Gaccpa an amabdin liioip. 
Adventures of the great Oaf. 38 pp. ; ending imperfect. 

1298 11" X 8", membr., s. XV. 

Genealogical and Historical Collections. 

The first 69 folios (numbered for the most part by 
columns) contain pedigrees, partly metrical, of sundry 
ancient Irish families. (The metrical parts are : 190, on the 
O'Kellys of Hy-Many; 194, on the same; 196, by John 
O'Dugan (d. 1370) on the descendants of Niall of the Nine 
Hostages ; 210, by the same on the history of the O'Kellys 
of Hy-Many ; 213, an alliterative composition by the same 
in praise of Teige O'Kelly ; 221, by the same, on the 



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history, etc., of the kings of Meath, transcribed by Lucas 
O'Dallan ; 227 begins with a fragment of a poem on the 
famous women of Ireland ; 228. a poem addressed to a chief 
named Eogan (apparently Eogan O'lNIadden, of whose ex- 
ploits an account is given in 206) ; 232, on the virtues of St. 
Kieran and on the history of Clonmacnoise, beginning : 
paicep cofingi ciapan ; 236 to 238, on the history of the 
O'Kellys of Hy-Many. 

This concludes the first part of the volum.e, which 
originally formed a distinct volume, and seems, says 
O'Donovan, to be a fragment of the Book of Hy-Many 
(Leabhar Hy-Maine), described by O'Reilly in his 'Irish 
Writers,' p. cxxi. The MS. described by O'Reilly was then 
in the possession of Sir W. Betham, from whom it was 
subsequently purchased by Sir Thos. Phillips. The next 
folio (formerly the outside one of a volume) has no writing 
on the recto. That and the following folio (both much in- 
jured by damp) contain the concluding part of a romantic 
tale. 

p. 244 (as numbered, but really p. 143, most of the pre- 
ceding numbers being of columns). A historical tale en- 
titled, Oige Cuin cetjcacaig. Death of Con of the Hundred 
Battles. 

p. 246. Some account of Con's grandson, Cormac. 

p. 248. A romantic tale, entitled : Oige TDuipceapcais 
itiic Gapca. Death of Muirchertach INIac Erca, said to be 
given as told by the saints Cairneach, IMocteus, and Kieran. 
'We learn from it that St. Cairneach cursed the royal house 
of Cletty on the Boyne, and excommunicated king IMuir- 
chertach by ringing his bells and by other ceremonies, and 
that he also condemned the hill of Cletty to perpetual 
sterility. This the saint did at the request of Muircher- 
tach's queen.' 

p. 254. Notice of the battle of Clontarf. 

Ibid., col 2. An ancient poem enumerating the heroes 
who fell at the battle of Clontarf, beginning : bpobap asup 
bpian banba. 

p. 256. Account of the burial of Brian Boru, 

p. 258. Birth and labours of Hercules. 

p. 300. Romantic tale about Sir Guy, Earl of Warwick 
and Bocigam (Buckingham .'*). 

p. 348. Romantic tale about Bibus, son of Guy, Earl of 
liamcuip, a territory divided from Scotland by a small 
river. 

p. 364. Romantic tale about Giallchadh, king of Ireland 
(a.m. 3389, according to O' Flaherty), and his son Nuada. 



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p. 376 (begins what was formerly a distinct volume). 
Account of the civil wars of the Romans. 

p. 418. U&acc ITIofiain, or the Testament of Moran 
(chief judge to king Feradhach Fionnfachtnach, about a.d. 
90). 

p. 422. Translation of that part of Giraldus Cambrensis' 

* Hibernia Expugnata,' which treats of the Geraldines. 

p. 432. Account of the finding of the Holy Cross. 

pp. 457-460. A fragment of another MS. containing the 
concluding part of the account of the Trojan war which is 
perfect in the Book of Ballymote. On the last column it 
appears that the transcript was furnished in 1479. 

This volume, with Nos. 1302-1317 and 1319-1321, was 
presented by Sir John Sebright ; they originally belonged 
to Edw. Lhwyd, whose autograph appears in this and some 
others. Many have also an impression of Lhwyd's seal in 
red wax. 

1299 1 1" X 8", membr., s. xv (.?). 

Medical and physiological, etc. 

p. I. Medical treatise, beginning, 'Vita hominis est 
triplex et cetera.' ' The contractions are exceedingly 
difficult and intelligible only to those who have made them 
* their particular study.' The first 25 pp. contain a physio- 
logical discourse on the functions of the brain, heart, and 
other organs, chiefly from Galen ; but other physicians are 
also quoted, p. 25^, s. f., begins a treatise on diseases, 
chiefly from Galen. Ends imperfect ; p. 34. 

p. 36. Poem on the history of Ardbraccan, beginning : 
6ip5i& puap acollcanai5 (in a later hand). 

p. 38. A tabular classification of diseases. 

p. 39. Treatise on Astronomy on the Ptolemaic system, 
transcribed 1443 ; see p. 56. 

p. 57 (in a diff"erent handwriting). A treatise on nature, 
beginning : ' Natura est principium motus et quietis.' The 
several sections begin with Latin headings, thus p. 6ia, s. f., 
'Sicut Plato quod tria fuerunt principia rerum.' p. 63a, s. f., 

* Etiam declaravimus iuvameantum uniuscumque membri 
cecundum quod sufficiebat nobis.' p. b^b, s. f., 'Et eciam 
membra uertutis nutritiva et operationes sunt neccisaria in 
essi animalium et non generativa.' p. 66, ' Due sunt 
potencie cognosive in homine, sensus et intellectus.' 
p. 69. 'De actionibus ocultis naturi taractatur hie' p- 71, 
' De foirmis meidis.' 



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1300 4to, s. xviii. 

Annals of the Four Masters, Part I. (from a.m. 2242 
to A.D. 1 171), 2 vols., 4to. 

The ' Four Masters' were Michael, Conary, and Cucogry 
(or Peregrine) O'Clery, and Ferfeasa (or Fergus) O'Mulconry. 
The designation ' Four Masters ' was given to them by 
Colgan in the Preface to his ' Acta Sanctorum Hiberniae,' 
and was, perhaps, suggested to him by the fact that 
' Quatuor Magistri' had been long previously applied by 
the medical writers of the middle ages to the Four Masters 
of the medical sciences (O'Donovan). Previously to Colgan 
the work had been called ' Annales Dungallenses,' having 
been compiled in the convent of Donegal, a Franciscan 
foundation. The work was undertaken under the patronage 
and for the use of Fergal O'Gara, Lord of Moy O'Gara and 
Coolavin, Co. Sligo, the original dedication to whom, in 
the handwriting of Michael O'Clery, is in the copy in the 
Royal Irish Academy. It was begun 22nd Jan., 1632, and 
finished loth August, 1636. In the same copy is the 
original testimonium signed by the superiors of the con- 
vent, in which are enumerated the works collected and 
used by the compilers, which were, the Annals of Clonmac- 
noise. Annals of the Island of Saints, on the Isle of Rive 
[these two only came down to 1227], Annals of Senat Mac 
Magnus on the lake of Erne (now called the Ulster 
Annals), Annals of the O'Maolconarys, Annals of Kilronan, 
compiled by the O'Duigenan, also the Annals of Lecan, 
compiled by the Mac Firbises. For the later parts of the 
work are mentioned also the Book of Cucogry O'Clery 
(1281 to 1537), the Book of Maolin Og Mac Bruodin 
(1588 to 1603), the Book of Lugad O'Clery (1586 to 1602). 

These two volumes were transcribed by Hugh O'Molloy, 
from the autograph in the possession of Chas. O'Conor of 
Belanagare for Dr. John O' Fergus, in the year 1734-5. 
They are paged continuously, vol. i., ending with p. 536 ; 
vol. ii., containing pp. 537 to 1023. Prefixed to the first 
volume are copies of the dedication and the testimonia. 

1301 fol. 11" X 7", chart., s. xvii. 

Annals of the Four Masters, Part II. (1335 to 1608). 

This is an original copy, that is to say, it is for the most 
part in the handwriting of Conary O'Clery, the hands of 
the other two O'Clerys, however, appearing frequently 

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throughout the volume (O'Donovan, Introductory Remarks, 
p. xviii.). 

There is a considerable quantity of inserted matter in the 
handwriting of Roderick O'Flaherty, author of ' Ogygia,' 
to whom the Annals were lent and explained by his tutor, 
Duald Mac Firbis, the last of the hereditary antiquaries of 
Lecan. 'His insertions are very valuable, for two reasons, 
because the work from which he took them is no longer 
extant, and because we have his authority for the meaning 
of many now obsolete terms.' We next find the volume in 
its present imperfect state in the possession of John Conry, 
of Dublin, in 1724 (see Abp. Nicolson's account of Conry's 
MSS. in his Irish Historical Library). After Conry it came 
into the possession of Dr. John Fergus, or O'Fergus, of 
Dublin, who had it bound in 1739. 

The first fol. is numbered 687, the last 11 50, but there is 
some irregularity in the numbering. 

The Royal Irish Academy possesses what is apparently 
the original autograph of the entire work, ' being the very 
copy which passed from the representatives of the O'Gara 
family into the hands of Chas. O'Conor.' It was presented 
to that body in 1831 by Dr. Geo. Petrie, who had bought it 
at the sale of Col. Burton Conyngham's library. 

No doubt, as O'Donovan observes, each of the Four 
Masters made a copy, of which he afterwards disposed, and 
he adds, that ' it will yet be discovered that there is another 
copy at Louvain, which O'Clery made for the use of Colgan, 
who first sent him to Ireland to collect materials for his 
'Acta Sanctorum.' 

The text of the Annals was first published complete by 
Dr. John O'Donovan, who added an English translation 
and a large body of learned annotations. 7 vols., 4to; 
Dublin, 185 1. 

1302 fol. membr., s. xvi., ff. 7. 

A treatise on diseases, and particularly fevers. 

Beginning : ' Morbus est cum membra actionis sui {sic) 
naturalis temperamenta egrediuntur '; impf. 

This agrees, word for word, with the tract mentioned 
above (No. 1299, p. r^h). 

This and the following 12 items are in a case. 

1303 fol. membr., flf. \o. 
Discourse on the Ten Commandments. 

p, 11^. A brief history of the Creation and the patriarchs, 
from the Old Testament. 



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1304 fol. membr., s. xv., ff. 15. 
The finding of the Holy Cross. 

' Incipit Invencio ste. crucis.' Transcribed by Teige 
O'Riordan, a.d. 1475. 

1305 fol. membr., ff. 16. 

Fragment of the Uraicept na n-eigeas or Primer of 
the Bards. 

Giving declensions of nouns, conjugations of verbs, etc, 
with examples from early Irish poets, see No. 1289, p. 506. 

In a cover made up partly of two half leaves of a Latin 
Missal, and partly of mutilated leaves of Irish MSS. 

1306 fol. membr., s. xv., ff. 12. 

Medical. 

Part of a treatise on the operations of various medicines, 
written in syllogistic style. The first question proposed is 
* Does pepper act according to the active power in warm- 
ing .'' ' Imperfect at the beginning. 

1307 4to chart, et membr. 

Two Irish metrical glosses, viz. O'Dugan's Foras 
Focal, and that by Rev. Patr. O'Cuirnin, be- 
ginning : Oeipbf'iup Oo'n ea^a in t,\^\. 

Written in 1698 by Eoghan Mac Gilleoin for the use of 
Mr. Lochlin Campbell. 8 ff., chart. 

This is enclosed in 2 leaves of vellum, containing part of 
the story of the finding of the Holy Cross. 

1308 4to memb., ff. 10. 

I. — The Dialogue of the Two Sages. 

A contest between Neide and Ferceirtne for the position 
of Ollamh. It has an interlinear gloss, and an account of 
the tract precedes it. 

II. — p. iO(5. Rules for various kinds of versification. 
Ends imperfect. 

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1309 4to membr., fF. 8. 

Fragment of Biblical History. 

Beginning imperfect with Moses ; ends perfect with the 
Babylonian captivity. Written by Teige O'Riordan, A.D. 
1474. Followed by notices relating to the Diocese of 
Limerick, and a list of Irish dioceses in a later hand. 

1310 4to membr., fF. 7. 
Medical Fragment. 

(First and last page illegible.) 

p. 2. A treatise from Galen and Aristotle on the pro- 
perties of matter and the subdivisions of the medical 
science. 

p. 9. On the nature of the human soul. 

p. 12. On diet (in a later hand). 

1311 4to membr., ff. 6. 
Fragment of a Grammatical Treatise. 

(Agrees, so far as it goes, with the treatise in No. 1289). 

1312 4to membr., ff. 4. 
Medical Fragment. 

In Materia Medica and the proper doses. 

1313 4to membr., ff. 8. 

Medical Aphorisms, Latin and Irish. 

The Aphorisms in Latin with explanations in Irish. 
Inc., ' libat te Deus fili amantissime a devio errorum.' 
The last 3 pp. contain the first two sections of Hippocrates' 
Aphorisms, with explanations in Irish. 

1314 4to membr. 
Miscellaneous Fragments. 

1. Fragment of the account of the combat between 
Cuchullin and Ferdia at the ford of Ardee ; fF. 2. ! 

2. Fragment of a treatise on simple and compound 
medicines. fF. 6 ; much mutilated. 

3. On prosody, etc. i^ fF. 



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1315 fol. membr., ff. 112. 

Medical and Miscellaneous. 

pp. I to 4 (much injured by damp) contain an explanation 
in Irish of Latin medical terms. 

p. 5. Explanation of the ten Predicaments. 

p. II (in a comparatively modern hand). The Rosg or 
Battle Ode, said to have been addressed to the champion 
Goll in the battle of Maghra. Published by Miss Brooke 
in her 'Reliques of Irish Poetr}\' This copy differs in many 
words from hers. 

p. 13. Ode addressed to Hugh O'Neill, chief of the 
Northern Hy-Niall, enumerating the rights and duties of 
the king, beginning: Cecpc 506 pi cu p6il t)0 clanaib 
Neill ndip. 

Amongst the duties are, not to remain one year without 
giving battle or taking a spoil, and to make Lagenians pay 
him the Borumean tribute. O'Donovan thinks the O'Neill 
addressed was the celebrated Hugh, who lived in the reign 
of Elizabeth. O'Curry assigns him the date, a.d. 798, and 
says the poet was Fothaidh na Canoine. This copy is in a 
comparatively modem hand. 

p. 14. A tree of philosophy giving the classification of 
the sciences and the names of their inventors. 

p. 15. Alphabetical treatise on Materia Medica. 

p. 70. Fragment of a Latin grammar in the Irish language. 
This only extends to the third declension of nouns, but 
copious examples are given, the Latin nouns being trans- 
lated into Irish. Published by Dr. Whitley Stokes for the 
Irish Archaeol. and Celtic Society, under the title, * Irish 
Glosses, a Mediaeval tract on Latin Declension,' Dublin, 
i860. 

p. 78 begins a medical treatise on diseases. 

p. 123. On the preservation of health. 

p. 184 (in a comparatively modem hand). Another 
medical treatise on various kinds of food, classified first 
according to taste, and secondly according to substance, 
whether vegetable or animal. The heads of the chapters 
are given in Latin. O'Donovan thinks the treatise is a 
translation of or commentary- on a work by the physician 
Isaac. 

1316 fol. membr., s. xiv. 

Brehon Laws and Miscellanea. 

This and the following number were formerly bound to- 
gether, the vellum and paper being mixed. The old paging 
is in brackets. 



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p. I. Fragment of a medical work on the effect of medi- 
cines, 14" X 10", flf. 5. The folios, having at some former 
time been folded in two, are much injured in the middle. 

p. II. Portions of the Seanchus M6r. Treatises on the 
laws relating to divisions of tribes in a territory, also those 
relating to bees, to mills and watercourses, of the seven 
grades of poets; part of the Cain Aigillne ; the Corns bescna, 
etc. The text is accompanied with a copious interlinear 
gloss. At the top of p. 11 Edw. Llwyd has written his name 
and the words ' Liber 2"' constat fol. 28.* 

The Seanchus M6r is said to have been compiled by three 
Kings, three Brehons, and three Bishops in the time of St. 
Patrick, who was one of the three bishops. The heading 
in this MS. is in a modern hand, which O'Donovan thought 
to be that of Duald Mac Firbis. There are three distinct 
fragments, in all, 26 ff., 14" x 10". At the bottom of p. 36 
is a memorandum in Irish, written by Hugh, son of Conor 
Mac Egan, in the year 1350, which he calls the second 
year of the plague. A second memorandum containing a 
prayer for preservation of himself and friends through this 
plague, is dated Christmas night, and in it Hugh Mac Egan 
says that he wrote this * in his own father's book.' 

p. 67. A historical fragment. Begins impf. with an 
account of the demolition of Conaing's Tower on Tory 
Island, which is followed by an account of the blinding of 
king Cormac Mac Art, and of the expulsion of the Desii 
from Meath. 

p. 683, 1. 12. A religious legend about a soul released 
from purgatory, with a short poem repeated by the 
* brightened ' spirit. 

Ibid. 1. 40. Account of the royal road of Alexander the 
Great. This is followed by a memorandum stating that 
this was written in the winter in which Donchadh 
O'Kennedy assumed the Archbishopric of Cashel. This 
archbishop died a.d. 1252. 

p. 69. Death of Cuan, son of Ailchin. 

Ibid, b, 1. 35. Life of Michael the archangel. In the style 
of a sermon. Begins : Milia milium ministrabant ei de- 
cimilies ; proceeding then in Irish. 

p. 71. A fragment of 8 ff. in smaller folio, 12" x 9V, 
containing first, * The Dialogue of the Two Sages ' (see 
No. 1308). 

p. 78a. s. f. On the seven degrees of the poets; ends 
impf. 

pp. 87, 87*, 2 ff. 8" X 6", containing a fragment of the 
Latin text of Ezekiel, beginning ch. xxviii. 15-16, followed 
(without a break) by ch. xxxv. i sqq. The 2nd folio begins 



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with ' undique,' ch. xxxix. 17, and continues to xl. 6. The 
verso passes to ch. xliv. i. The latter part is illegible. 

pp. 88, 88*. One folio of a MS. on genealogj' and history, 
the first page is almost illegible; the second treats of Cairbre 
Liffechair, and of the descendants of king Cahir Mor. 

p. 89. A fragment of a book on Civil Law in Latin; i folio. 

p. 91. f. I. Treating of genealogies. 

p. 93. f. I. Fragment of the history of Troy. 

p. 95. f. I. Fragment of a sermon on Marj' Magdalene. 

p. 97. Account of the deluge and the early history of 
the Jews, including (p. 388) a poem on the succession of 
the patriarchs, beginning : Qchaip caich cuinipi5 niThi an 
pi uapal ain^lit)!. At the end a printed Calendar. 

p. 103. f. I, mutilated. 

p. 105. The Heptads ; imperfect at the beginning. 

1317 fol i3"x 8", chart. 

Glossaries and Miscellanea. 

pp. 1-8. Consists of small fragments. 

pp. g, 10. Fragment of a medical treatise. 

pp. II, 12. Fragment of a Glossary. 

p. 13 (gi). 14 ff. The Glossary- of Cormac, Abp. of 
Cashel (d. a.d. 903), transcribed for Donogh by a scribe 
named Fland, who, on p. 114, writes, 'O Donnchadh, it is 
a great shame for thee to ask me to write on St. Finnain's 
day, I Fland.' The glossar)' ends p. 115; the first two leaves 
are much mutilated. 

Cormac's Glossary was edited by Dr. Whitley Stokes 
('Three Irish Glossaries,' London, 1862. He calls this 
copy Codex C). On the verso of the last folio is a letter from 
Dongalach O'Riardan to O'Kennedy, on behalf of a poor 
man to whom, it would seem, O'Kennedy had refused to pay 
his wages. 

p. 3g(ii6). 2 ff. Fragment of another Glossary, entitled, 
t)uil laicne. It only extends to the letter G. A transcript 
of this by O'Curry is in No. 1338. 

p. 43 (120). 8 ff. Another Irish Glossary on a largei 
scale, defective at the beginning. It wants all of A, and 
B and part of C. The part containing S, T, U is much 
injured and mutilated. Examples are given to establish 
the meaning of the words. This is O'Davoren's Glossary, 
written a.d. i56g, copied (according to O'Curr)') by Duald 
Mac Firbis. Published from a vellum MS. in the British 
Museum by Dr. Whitley Stokes. 

P- 59 (135)- ff- 9- A short account of Adamnan, 8th 
Abbot of lona ; followed by an imperfect copy of the Visio 
Adamnani, with Latin and English translations. 



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P- 75 (153)- f- ^- Poem on the family of O'Dowd of 
Tireragh. Imperfect. 

P- 77 (155)- ff- 27. Another copy of Cormac's Glossary 
(edited by Dr. Whitley Stokes, Codex D). The handwriting 
is that of Duald Mac Firbis (O'Curry). There are correc- 
tions and insertions by a later hand. 

p. 102 id. a. I. (178). Fragment of an etymological tract, 
extending only to the letter C. It begins; Incipit discreptio 
{sic) de origine Scoticae linguae. There is a perfect copy of 
this Glossary in No. 13 18. 

p. 105 (181), ff. g. An imperfect copy of the ' Uracept' 
ofKinfaela; see No. 1289. 

p. 131, ff. II. Fragment of the Irish Law Glossary re- 
ferred to by Duald Mac Firbis in the preface to his (MS.) 
genealogical work as his * Law Glossary,' and in his hand- 
writing. This fragment treats of the laws relating to poets. 
There is a transcript by O'Curry. This is followed by a 
single-leaf treatise of Irish genealogies, in No. 1338. 

p. 157 (229), ff. 76. A copy of the historical and topo- 
graphical work called the Dinn Seanchus (see Book of 
Ballymote). 

1318 fol. 12" X 9", membr., ss. xiv., xv. 

The Yellow Book of Lecain and Miscellanea. 

The numbering is by columns, of which there are some- 
times three in a page. 

Col. I, 2, and 125-128. Fragment of the Life of St. 
Fechin of Fore. 

O'Donovan remarks that Ussher was in error when he 
stated in his Primordia that the Irish name of Fore was 
Baile Leabhar, ' Town of Books.' The local pronunciation 
of Baile Fhobhair, he says, sounds to an illiterate Irishman 
like Bail' leabhar. 

There is annexed a transcript by O'Curry. 

Col. 3-87. A good copy of Cormac's Glossary (see 
No. 1 3 16, p. 91). This is the text called B by Dr. Whitley 
Stokes. 

Col. 88-122. A perfect copy of the etymological tract 
mentioned in No. 13 17, p. 102. 

Col. 123, 124, one leaf containing the beginning of a 
romance called Bruidhen Da Derga (see col. 716 infra). 

Col 128-216. Duanaire or Book of Miscellaneous Poems, 
written by Seanchan, son of Maelmuire O'Maelchonaire in 
1473 (see col. 210). Most of the poems are by Teige 
O'Higgin. 

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(see another copy, infra col- 957). There is also a copy in 
the Leabhar Breac. 

Col. 221. Incipit Regula Mochuta Rathain ; in metre. 

Col. 227, 1. 8. Rhapsody of the Irish prophet Bee Mac 
De. 

Col. 2283, 1. 17. The sayings of St. Fursa of Peronne. 

Col. 229a, 1. 42. The wise sayings of Flann Fina or 
Alfred, son of Oswy, king of Northumbria. 

Col. 233. Poem of 96 lines by Flann Fina, describing 
things that he saw in Ireland. Translated by O'Donovan 
in the ' Dublin Penny Journal,' vol. i., p. 94. It begins : 
TJobeat) a n-inip pmD pdil. 

Col. 234, 1. 3. Testamentary precepts of Morand Mac 
Moen, chief Brehon of Ireland, to his monarch, Feradach 
the Just. 

Col. 236. The Triads ; enumerating the three most re- 
markable fairs, lakes, mountains, etc., in Ireland. See 
No. 1289. 

Col. 244. Description of the Banqueting Hall of Tara, 
with a plan and a list of the persons who sat at the feast, 
and the parts of each beast allotted to the different classes. 
Published with translation in the ' Transactions ' of the 
Royal Irish Academy, vol. xviii., 1839, in a Memoir on the 
remains at Tara Hill by Dr. Geo. Petrie. 

Col. 245. A poem on the same subject. 

Col. 247. Short account of the twelve Apostles. 

Col. 248. Poem ascribed to Cormac Mac Cullinan, bishop 
of Cashel. giving a number of proverbs ; beginning: 6ocaip 
c6ille coipceacc, followed by an account of an apple tree 
planted by this Cormac, and still to be seen in the time of 
the writer, but not in O'Donovan's time. 

Col. 249. Sketch of histor)' of the Jews from Abraham to 
David. 

Col. 281. Account of the battles and death of Congal, 
king of Ulster. 

Col. 310-320. Tale entitled, 'The tragical fate of Muir- 
cheartagh mhic Erca.' Of this some account is given in 
the paper on the Hill of Tara above referred to. Part of 
cols. 317, 318 is blank. From a memorandum of the scribe 
at the end it appears that it was written by Morogh 
O'Cuindilis, * the second year after the coming of the king 
of the Saxons (Richard II.) to Ireland, who left it without 
coming to terms of peace.' He notes that there was a 
great plague on men and cattle in the same year. 

Col. 320, 1. 14. Poem ascribed to Columcille, beginning: 
Tn'oenapon bom ip m pliab. Published in the Miscellany 
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Col, 321. Historical tale entitled, pled &1jiti na T1-56& 
agup each Tlluige TJdcha, i.e. the Banquet of Dun na 
ngedh and Battle of Moira (fought a.d. 637). Published 
by the Irish Archaeological Society. 

Col. 332, 1. 45. The first rann composed by Mac Liag, 
laureate of Brian Boru. 

Col. 333. Names of the officers of the Fiana Eireann or 
Irish Militia under Finn Mac Cooil. 

Col. 335. Short account of St. Cumain Fota, followed by 
a metrical dialogue between him and St. Comgan. 

Col. 336, 1. 6. Metrical prayer by St. Mael Isa O'Bral- 
laghan (fl. s. xi.). 

Ibid., 1. 17. Litany addressed to Jesus. Attributed to St. 
Colga, or Colchu Mac Ua Dianechda, Lector of Clonmac- 
noise, ob. 789. Beginning: Qceoc ppic a ihu noib. 
Translated by O'Curry in the ' Irish Ecclesiastical Record,* 
vol. i., p. 4 sq. 

Between 336 and 337 is a small scrap of vellum containing 
inter alia the statement that 'this year a swarm of butterflies 
came into lar Connaught, so that they left not a leaf on any 
oak tree in O' Flaherty's country.' 

Col. 338, 1. 4. Another very ancient litany addressed to 
the Holy Trinity, beginning: O Deus Pater omnipotens, 
Deus exercituum, miserere nobis.' The rest is Irish. There 
is a copy of this in the Bodleian Library. 

Ibid, b, 1. 4. List of Archbishops of Armagh from St. 
Patrick to Giolla Mac Liag or Gelasius. 

Ibid, b, 6g. Short genealogical account of the Clan 
Breasail. 

Col. 339. Account of the rights and privileges of the 
chieftains of Muscraighe. 

Col. 340. A prophecy fathered on St. Moling, headed 
boile TDolins, beginning: acbepim lib a Laigmu. 

Col. 341. Account of the marriage of Eogan Mor and the 
birth of Oilill Olum. 

Col. 343, 1. 31. Various extracts. 

Col. 344, 1. 31. Account of celebrated trees of Ireland 
prostrated by a storm in the year 665. 

Ibid., 1. 54. Account of St. Bee Mac De. 

Col. 345, ff. 6. Fragment of the Tale of Tain Bo Flioghais. 
(In O'Donovan's time one leaf of this was in another 
volume). There is another copy in No. 1287, p. 347. 

Col. 365-368. A short account of the brother and five 
sisters of St. Patrick. 

After col. 368 is inserted a letter (in English) written by 
Thaddaeus Roddy of Crossfield, Co. Leitrim, in the year 
1700, about Irish Antiquities, Books, etc. (chart, if. 9). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 331 



Published in the ' Miscellany ' of the Irish Archaeological 
Society. On the last page is a criticism by Chas. O'Conor 
of Belanagare. 

Col. 370 begins a fragment consisting of 8 ff . In a note 
at the foot of 380, 381 we read: .... Leobap bui&eleacain 
Ginm an leabaip po. TDeipi Cippuait) mac Cai&5 puai6, 
i.e. 'The Yellow Book of Lecan is the name of this book. 
I Kirroe, the son of Teige Roe.' Some words seem to have 
preceded leabap, but only two or three letters are traceable. 

Col. 370 A Romance headed: Incipit t>o impam chupaig 
TTlaelOun, i.e. 'The navigation of the coracle of Muldoon.' 
See W. Stokes, Rev. Celt. ix. p. 447. 

Col. 391, 1. 16. A Romance entitled : impum Sn^bgupa 
Ggup mic Rasla.' (^Ibid. p. 14.) 

Col. 395, 1. 37. A Romance entitled : Impum t)pum mic 
pebuil (published by Prof. Meyer, Grimm Library , No. 4). 

Col. 400, 1. 26. 6accpa ChonDla puaib mic CumD 
Checchachaig, 'The Adventures of Conla Roe, son of Con 
of the Hundred Battles'; published by Windisch in his 
Grammar, Ends imperfect on col. 400, after which several 
lines have been erased. At the bottom is the memorandum, 
' Iste liber in se continet centu Ixv* folia.' 

Col. 401 begins a fragment consisting of 9 ff., and con- 
taining that part of the Dinnseanchus, which relates to the 
hill of Tara and Aicill and all down to Sliabh Mairge. 
There are also three small slips of vellum inserted. 

Col. 437. A fragment consisting of 10 ff. of a Medical 
Treatise dealing with Wounds and Ulcers; Diseases of the 
Nose ; of the Teeth and Mouth ; of Hernia, etc. 

Col. 477. Fragment of a commentary on the seventh book 
of the Aphorisms of Hippocrates, f- 7. The penultimate 
page gives the name of the scribe ' Gillapatrick Albanach,' 
and the date a.d. 141 3. 

Col. 500 begins the Leabhar Ollamhan, which comprises 
the Uracept ; an account of the Ogams, etc. (ff. 18^) 
written in 1408. The scribe has written (in Irish) several 
curious notes at the bottom of some of the pages, e.g. 
col. 508, 'methinks, O school, it is well I have gotten the 
candle from you by scheming.' Col. 518, 519, 'This is a 
page I wrote on St. Nicholas' night, and all the school idle 
except myself, and may God forgive this to me and to the 
woman that gave me light, i.e. Sheela.' Col. 520, 521, 
'This is a bad page, the worst of all, and bad luck to the 
woman who is in fault who set my mind from one land to 
another.' 

Col. 549 begins a beautiful copy of the Dialogue of the 
Two Sages, with a copious interlined gloss. See No. 1 308. 



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Cols. 570-572 contain a catechism, beginning with the 
maxims of Fursey. 

Col. 573-958 is probably a part of the Yellow Book of 
Lecan (ff. 99). It contains the following tracts : — 

Col. 573. The Cam b6 Cuail^ne, beginning imperfect, 
with Conpoipc obaip, pep pene. I'lnds imperfect at the 
bottom of col. 619. 

Col. 620. Account of the heroes who flourished under 
Oiliol and Meave, king and queen of Connaught, and their 
battles and Tain Bo's or cattle spoils. See Irische Texte, 
ii. 2, pp. 189, 225, 241. 

Copies of these tales have already been mentioned under 
No. 1287, but the present MS. is a superior copy. 

Col. 662, 1. 13. Account of the Patriarchs from the Old 
Testament. 

Col. 680 begins the Amhra Columcille, written by Dalian 
Forgaill, containing also a long preface and a copious inter- 
lined gloss. See No. 1288, f. 54. 

Col. 700 s. f. A homily called Teanga Bithnua, giving an 
account of the creation of the world, of hell, and of various 
places, animals, etc., in the East. Probably a translation. 

After 705 four cols, are left unnumbered. 

Col. 707 (as numbered), 1. 29, Gaccpa clepech Colum- 
cille, * The Adventures of Columcille's clerics.' 

Col. 716. A historical tale entitled, Cogail bpui&ne t)a 
&eap5, 'Destruction of Bruidhean da Dearg,' which was 
the palace of king Conary I., who was burned in it by a band 
of invaders headed by three native desperadoes (a.d. 60). 

Between 731 and 732 are four paper leaves, one of which 
contains an account of Brian Boru, of the forts, monasteries, 
Round Towers, etc. The others are almost unintelligible. 

Col. 740. Incipit t)o Suiftiuguft Cellaich Cempa, said to 
have been recited at Tara in the days of Dermot Mac 
Fergusa Ceirbheoil by the mythical Finta, who lived from 
before the deluge to the 6th century. 

Col. 749, 1. 20. Story called Loingeas Mac n-Uisleand, 
'The expulsion of the sons of Uisleand.' This is the most 
ancient form yet discovered of the Tale of Deirdre. Pub- 
lished from this MS. with a more modern version by 
Theophilus O'Flanagan in the ' Transactions' of the Gaelic 
Society, 1808. Also by O'Curry, in the Atlantis^ iii. p. 387. 

Col. 754 begins an account of the plundering of the 
Lagenian palace of Dinn Righ (a.m. 3682 according to 
O'Flaherty). The site of this palace of Dinree is still to be 
seen near the river Barrow, not far from Old Leighlin, 
where it is shown on Mercator's Map of the Barony of 
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Col. 756, s. f. Story entitled, eppna6 1:151 buicheat), 
'Groans of the House of Buichead.' Buichead is said to 
have flourished in the 2nd centur)\ 

Col. 759, 1. 5. Historical tale entitled, pie& bpicpent) 
I loingep mac n-t)uilnt)epTnaic, 'The Banquet of Bricreann 
and the banishment of the sons of Duildermot.' There is a 
very ancient copy of this in the Leabhar na hUidhri (R.I.A.). 
(Irische Texte, ser. i., p. 164.) 

Col. 765, s. f. Story entitled, Cochmopc bee pola, 'The 
courtship of Bee Fola,' a beauty who flourished in the 
middle of the 7th century. See O'Grady's Silva Gadelica, 
p. 85. 

Col. 768, 1. 36. List of the chiefs of the Fiana Eireann, 
or Irish Militia, under Finn Mac Cooil. 

Col. 770^, 1. 24. Account of the taking up of Enoch and 
Elijah into heaven. 

Col. 772, 1. 40. Stories from the life of David, king of 
Israel. 

Col. 776, 1. 47. Account of the deaths of Curai Mac 
Daire, of Caherconry.and of the celebrated beauty Blathnaid. 

Col. 780, 1. 27. Poem of 78 ranns by Flanacan, son of 
Ceallach, king of Bregia, beginning: Innit) peel pcailcep 
naipic. It tells the days of the week on which many 
catastrophes happened in Ireland. 

Col. 781, 1. 43. Short account of the battle feats of Cu- 
chullin. 

Col. 782. Short account of the Assembly of Druim Ceat. 
For a full account see No. 1288, f. 54. 

Col. 783, 1. 44. Account of the death of Niall of the Nine 
Hostages. 

Col. 785, 1. 21. Elegy, consisting of 15 ranns, on the 
death of Niall, by his foster-father Torna Eigeas and his 
foster-brother, beginning : In con Oo cefgrntp oo'n Odil. 

Col. 786. Account of Enna Kinsellagh, the murderer of 
Niall. 

Col. 786, 1. 46. A historical tale entitled, ' The story of 
Cano, son of Gartnan and of Credh, the daughter of 
Guair^.' 

Col. 795, 1. 21. A story about Guaire Aidhne, king of 
Connaught in the 7th century, and the saints Cumaine Fota 
and Caimin. 

Col. 796. Story about St. Colman Mac Duach (patron 
saint of Kilmacduagh) and king Guair6. This is the story 
which accounts for the origin of Bothar na Mias, near 
Glencolumbkille, Co. Clare. 

Col. 797, 1. 12. Story about king Guair6 and Mac Telene, 
a Munster man. 



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Col. 798, s. f. Story about Mac Da Cerda, son of Mail 
Ochtrach. 

Col. 800, 1. 34. Story about Eochy Righ-Eigeas, chief 
poet of Ireland, and Fiachna, son of Boetan, king of Ulster. 

Col. 802. Stories about Bee Mac D6 (saint and reputed 
prophet), and 1. 38, about Dermot Mac Cearbhail, king of 
Ireland, in the 6th century. 

Col. 803, 1. 22. Account of the conversion of Constantino 
and the finding of the Cross. 

Col. 805, 1. 13. Account of the first satire composed in 
Ireland by Cairbre for Breas Mac Ealadan. 

Col. 806, 1. 7. Story about Salemon, king of Greece. 

Col. 807, 1. 8. Account of the beheading of John the 
Baptist, followed by a short poem on the four Herods by a 
poet named Bran. 

Col. 808, 1. 9. Account of the three persons in Ireland 
who spoke immediately after their birth. 

Col. 810, 1. 40. Description of the Banqueting Hall at 
Tara. See Petrie's account of Tara Hill in the Trans. 
R.I.A., vol. xviii., 1839. 

Col. 811, 1. 23. Poem on the sons of king Cormac. 

Ibid., s. f. A short note on the dates of St. Patrick's birth, 
arrival in Ireland, and death. 

Col. 812. Account of the Passion of our Lord. 

Col. 839, 1. 19. Life of the Blessed Virgin. 

Col. 844, Account of the fall of the Angels and the ex- 
pulsion of Adam from Eden. 

Col. 849. Account of the death of John the Baptist, and 
of the miracles wrought by his head. On col. 851 is a 
request to the reader to pray for the scribe Mac Firbis. 

Col. 852-857. A tract entitled, 'Dialogue of the soul and 
body.' 

Col. 857 fin., the scribe has recorded his name and the 
date of his writing, 'A prayer for Gilla losa, son of Donogh 
More Mac Firbis, who wrote this book in the year 1380 A. D.^ 
Lecan was the seat of the Mac Firbises who were hereditary 
bards to the O'Dowds, but whether this is a part of the 
particular book called the Leabhar Buidhe, or Yellow Book, 
cannot be certainly proved. The handwriting is not the 
same as that of the fragment earlier in this volume. 

Col. 858. A short account of St. Columcille and of Aidan, 
son of Gabhran, king of Scotland. 

Ihid., 1. 23, begins a tract entitled. Precepts of Gregory of 
Rome. 

Col. 860. Account of the life of the same Pope. 

Col. 863, 1. 38. 'Instructions of king Solomon.' 

Col. 869, 1. 9. Life of Michael the Archangel. The two 
following pages are not numbered. 



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Col. 86g3 contains a poem of 15 ranns on the 17 wonders^ 
which appeared on the night of Christ's birth. At the 
bottom of this page is a memorandum by a later Mac 
Firbis comparing his own writing with that of the scribe oF 
the MS. This is followed by a note written by Charles 
O'Conor, a.d. 1770, at Dublin. 

On the same page, col. 2 (left blank by the original 
scribe), is a notice in English by Edmund Burke : ' These 
last words written when the manuscript was sent to Ireland 
in 1776, E. Burke.' 

This 1776 is obviously an error for 1770. 

On the next unnumbered page begins an account of the 
death of Dermot, son of Fergus Ceirbheoil, in prose and 
verse. See O'Grady's Silva Gadelica, p. 72. 

Col. 875, 1. 28. Account of the migration of the tribe 
called Ciarraighi into Connaught. 

Col. 876, 1. 6. Tale entitled : Cochmapc GDatne. The 
Courtship of Edwina, a famous beauty in the reign of 
Eochy Airemh. 

Coi. 877, I. 28. A historical story entitled, poca coca 
Cnuca 1 geineaiiiam pint) riiic Curiiaill, ' Cause of the 
battle of Cnucha and the birth of Finn Mac Cumhaill.' 

Col. 878, 1. 47. A legend about the Dagda and others of 
the Tuatha De Danann, told by Hugh, abbot of Assroe, 
near Ballyshannon. 

Col. 880. Tale entitled : Cochmapc Luame -| ai&ea& 
Qchaipne, ' Courtship of Luan and death of Athaime.* 

Col. 885, 1. 26. On the birth of Conchobar. 

Col. 886, 1. 48. An ancient story entitled, * The birth of 
Cormac O'Quinn.' 

Col. 889, 1. 26. Legend entitled, Gchqia Chopmaic i 
Cfp Caippngipi -] ceapc clafDim Copmaic, 'Adventures of 
Cormac in the Land of Promise and the right of the sword 
of Cormac' See Irische Texte, iii. i, p. 185. 

Col. 898, 1. 10. Historical Tale entitled 'The Death of 
Crimthana, son of Fidach, and of the three sons of Eochy 
Moyvaine.' 

Col. 902, 1. 41. Historical Tale entitled, Adventures of 
Eochy Moyvaine. 

Col. 906, 1. g. Legend about the Irish Druid Mogha 
Ruith Magus, said to have assisted Simon Magus in opposing 
the Apostle Peter. 

Col. 907. Account of the cities in the North of Europe in 
which the Tuatha De Danann taught magic and other 
matters before they came to Ireland, and of some remark- 
able monuments which they brought with them. Followed 
by a poem on the same subject, a copy of which is published 



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in Halliday's edition of Keating's ' History of Ireland,' 

vol. i., p. 202. 

Col. 908. Short account of Finnachta, kingof Connaught, 
who abdicated and embraced a monastic life, followed by a 
poem called his baile or prophetic rhapsody, beginning : 
Cicpa t)in m bonn bepg. 

Col. 909, 1. 12. Account of Cruachain, the royal palace 
and pagan cemetery of the kings of Connaught. O'Donovan 
states that on visiting the locality of Croghan, in 1837, he 
was able to identify at once the grave of Dathi, last pagan 
monarch of Ireland, by means of the description here given. 

Col. 910, 1. 4. Poem by Torna Eigeas, the tutor of Niall 
of the Nine Hostages, on the names of the pagan kings of 
Ireland buried on Croghan, beginning : Qcd puOpa pi pint) 
pdil. This is followed by an account of the pagan burial 
places at Tailtean (Teltown), in Meath ; of Brugh na 
B6inn^, near Slane, in the same county, and of the pagan 
cemeteries of Munster. 

Col. 911, s. f. Story entitled, Compepc TTlonjain, 'The 
birth of Mongan' ; followed on col. 912, 1. 30, by another 
story in which Mongan is stated to be (by metem.psychosis) 
Finn Mac Cumhaill. 

Col. 913, 1. 42. Another story of Mongan. 

Col. 914, 1. 24. Mongan's bails or prophetic rhapsody. 

Ibid., 1. 49. A tale entitled, Adventures of Connla, son of 
Con of the Hundred Battles. 

Col. 916. Story of Mac Liag, chief poet of Brian Bora. 
Valuable as explaining the ancient topography of the 
mountainous district called Sliabh Echtghi, lying between 
Loughrea in Galway and Feakle in Clare. 1. 30 begins a 
poem by Flann Mac Lonain on the scenery of the district, 
beginning : Qibinb aibinO Gccgi dpt). 

Col. 917, s. f. Story about Flann Mac Lonain. 

Col. 919, 1. 31. Poem beginning: Co nei5i buib ^epi 
■ulcGi (anon.) impf. Edited by Mr. O'Looney, Proc. R.I.A. 
Irish MSS. Ser., vol. i., pt. i,, p. 190. 

Col. 920. Copy (imperfect at the beginning) of the tract 
treating of the seven orders of Bards, with a copious inter- 
lined gloss. 

Col. 938, 1. II, begins a short historical tale entitled, 
The death of Mac Con (monarch of Ireland in the 3rd 
century). 

Col. 939, 1. 8. The battle of Almhain (now Allen, Co. 
Kildare), where king Ferghal was killed, a.d. 718. 

Col. 942, 1. 8. The battle of Bealach Duin Bole (Dunbolg, 
Co. Wicklow), A.D. 594. A marginal note by Charles 
■O'Conor of Belanagare gives the date of this battle as 599. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 337 



Col. 945, s. f. The battle of Magh Rath (Moira, Co. 
Down), A.D. 634. This has been published (from a later 
text) by O'Donovan, for the Irish Archaeological Society, 
1842. 

Col. 949, 1. 40. Stor)' entitled, In ceop naigean, etc. 

Col. 951, 1. 8. A story of Finn Mac Cumhaill, entitled, 
bpuigeon acap ; and col. 952,1. 34, another anecdote of 
the same. 

Col. 951, L 34. Anecdote of the Steward of the King of 
Scotland. 

Col. 953, 1. 38, Historical tale entitled, * Death of 
Fothad Airgtheach.' He was killed by Caoilte in the battle 
of Ollarba. 

Col. 955. Historical tale entitled, 'Death of the only 
sonofAife.' This was Connlaech, son ofCuchuUin, who 
was killed unwittingly by his own father. A more modem 
account of this occurrence was published by Miss Brooke in 
her ' Reliques of Irish Poetry.' 

Col. 957,1. 12. Regulations for keeping Sunday, said to 
have been brought from Rome by Conall, son of Caelmaine. 

On this MS. see Curr}-'s Lectures on the MS. Materials 
of Ancient Irish History, pp. 190, 191. ^ 

The whole volume has been reproduced in facsimile by 
the Royal Irish Academy and Trinity College, under the 
editorship of Professor Robert Atkinson. 

1319 4to et fol. membr. et chart. 

Miscellanea. 

This volume is made up of various fragments, some 
quarto, some small folio, of various ages, and treating of 
diiferent subjects. 

The first 82 pp. are on paper, and contain a translation 
of some Latin work treating of the Passion of Christ, with 
pious meditations. On p. 29 is inserted a fragment consisting 
of four leaves, and containing an account of the martyrdom 
of St. Catherine. On p. 45 is a fragment of a religious 
poem. The rest of the volume is vellum. 

The next fragment beginning with p. 83 consists of 3^ 
leaves of a medical work treating of boils, etc. (small folio). 
Half the first leaf has been cut off", and the first page (not 
numbered) is wholly illegible. It appears to be of the 15th 
century. 

p. 90. Fragment consisting of eleven leaves, small folio, 
of the same age as the last. Contains a curious account of 
the Belgic and Tuatha De Danann colonies, and a very 
circumstantial account of the battle of Magh Tuiredh 



338 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



(Moytura), fought between these colonies near Cong, where 
many of the monuments here mentioned still remain. On 
p. 99, col. 2, line ib, the scribe has given his name, Cormac 
O'Cuirnin. 

p. 99, col. 2, 1. 21. Account of the Passion of Christ. 

p. III. Fragment of the tale called Breisleach Mhor 
Mhuighe Muirtheimne, i.e. the great defeat of the plain of 
Muirthemne in which Cuchullin was killed. 

p. 119. Fragments consisting of 27 leaves, 4to, treating 
of the early history of Greece, of Jason and the golden 
fleece, p. 127 begins the destruction of Troy. This con- 
sists of two fragments, circa 1400. The first corresponds 
with Dares Phrygius, ed. Meister, from end of cap. 2 to 
,cap. II inch, and from cap. 14 to middle of cap. 19, but 
with much additional matter ; the second begins with the 
end of cap. 20 and continues to cap. 44. See Book of 
Leinster and Stokes' Irische Texte, Leipz. 1884. This 
fragment is separately bound in a cover consisting of leaves 
of vellum, containing some ancient writing. 

p. 171. Nine leaves belonging to the great Book of 
Lecain. 

The great Book of Lecain was in this Library in 1688; 
when the first extant Catalogue of MSS. was compiled (the 
same Catalogue, a copy of which was supplied to Bernard 
for his ' Catalogus '). At that time these nine leaves were 
wanting; see Bernard, No. 257. It seems to have been 
carried to France in the reign of Jas. IL, and in 1787, 
through the Abb6 Kearney, of Paris, it was presented to 
the then recently founded Royal Irish Academy, in whose 
Library it is now preserved. By a singular fate, the nine 
leaves which were missing in 1688 have found their way to 
the shelves where the remainder of the book formerly 
stood. 

p. 172. An account of the Britons translated from 
Nennius. Imperfect at the beginning. 

p. 174a, 1. 83. The Wonders of Britain, from Nennius. 

p. 174^, 1. 35. Account of the origin of the Picts. This 
tract was published with a translation by Chas. O'Conor of 
Belanagare, in Pinkerton's 'Enquiry into the History of 
Scotland.' 

p. 175. Names of the 28 cities of the Britons. 

Ibid., col. a, s. f. A short account of the Division of the 
World between the sons of Noah. 

p. 175^, 1. 12. Account of the origin of the Picts. 

p. 176^,1. 15. Poem on the origin of the Picts, beginning: 
Cpuichuich oit> t)up popslaim. 



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p. 177c, 1. 8. Poem on the origin of the Gael by Mael- 
mara of Faban, beginning: Canum bunabup na n-^aeiDel, 
see No. 1289, p. 28. These poems are printed in the Irish 
version of Nennius, published by the Irish Archaeological 
Society. 

p. 178. Dialogue between St. Columcille and a young 
man at Carrie Eolairg. 

p. 179. Instructions of Cormac Mac Art to his son 
Cairbre Lifeachair. 

p. 181. col. 4, 1. 15. The Proverbs or Wise sayings of 
Fithil, who was judge to king Cormac. 

p. 183, col. 2, I. 17. The Irish Triads. See No. 13 17; 
col. 236. 

p. 185. The Dialogue of the two Sages without the gloss. 

Between pp. 187 and 192 are inserted two leaves in small 
folio and in a different hand from the larger folio, contain- 
ing :— 

p. 188. Pedigree of the Muinter ^lurchadha, or of the 
O'Flaherty, and an account of the tribes and territories in 
O'Flaherty's country. 

p. 189^. A romantic tale entitled, The Death of Maccaoin 
More, son of the king of Spain. According to the story he 
was killed by Oscar, grandson of Finn Mac Cumhaill. 

p. 195. An imperfect copy of the Uracepht na n-Eigeas, 
or Primer of the Bards, small folio, written by different 
hands. On some pages, left blank by the original scribes, 
the following interpolations appear : — 

p. 235. A poem on Aengus Magrath, composed by 
William O'Finain. 

p. 237. A religious poem, beginning : Olc cuisceap 
cigluicce t)e. 

p. 238, 1. 18. Pedigree of O'Conor from Hugh, son of 
Dermot, up to Heremon, son of Milesius (in a comparatively 
modern hand). 

p. 2513. Pedigree of O'Shaughnessy from Giolla dubh, 
son of Dermot, up to Eochy Moyvaine. 

The Uracepht ends p. 278. 

p. 279 to 301. Fragment consisting of 12 leaves, small 
folio, containing a Catalogue of plants, minerals, etc., used 
in medicine. The last four pages are nearly illegible. 
PP- 303-316 are absent; p. 302 and 317 have obviously 
been for a long time the outside leaves of the fragments to 
which they respectively belong. 

p. 317. Fragment consisting of 8 ff., quarto. The sub- 
ject is medicine, but the writing is much injured by dirt 
and damp. 

Z 2 



3+0 CA TALOG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



pp. 334-349. Copy of the Tain Bo Coailgne, ff. 9, 4to; 
imperfect. 

pp. 350-397. Imperfect copy of the work entitled, 60506 
gall le 5cio6alaib, 'The war of the Galls with the Gaels,' 
containing an account of the principal battles fought be- 
tween the Danes and the Irish, ending with that of 
Clontarf. See Dr. J. H. Todd's edition. 

pp. 397^-435. In double columns, surrounded with lines 
in red ink; the capitals similarly coloured. 

p. 397*5, col. I. Short account of St. Ciaran of Cluain 
Beoain. 

Ibid., col. 2, 1, 20. Anecdote of St. Moling. 

p. 398a, 1. 17. Anecdote of St. Fursey of Peronne. 

Ibid,, 1. 34. Another anecdote of St. Moling. 

Ibid., s. f. Anecdotes of Oena and Guaire Aidhne, king of 
Connaught. 

p. 399a, 1. 15. Anecdote of St. Cathusach of Mayo of the 
Saxons. 

Ibid., 1. 27. Genealogy of Joseph from St. Matthew's 
Gospel. 

p. 400. Account of the Passion of our Lord. 

p. 420. Short account of St. Columcille and Aidan, king 
of Scotland. 

p. 4233, 1. 20. Precept of Pope Gregory. See col. 858. 

p. 4283. Pedigrees of Irish saints, beginning with St. 
Patrick. 

p. 433. Some account of the reign of Charlemagne, a 
fragment. 

p. 435. Invention of the Holy Cross, 4to, ff. 15. 

p. 463. A historical tale, entitled: Gapna& cige buice6a, 
' The distress of the house of Buicedha.' 

p. 466, 1. 9. Account of Manannan Mac Lir, and of the 
death of the poet Athairne of Binn Edair {i.e. Howth). 

p. 468. A list of battles fought in Ireland. No dates. 

p. 471. Account of the invasion of Britain by the 
Fomorians, a race of pirates so called in early Irish history. 

p. 474. Account of the death of Conall Cearnach, the 
most celebrated of the heroes of the Red Branch. 

p. 477. Part of the tale entitled, Cogail bpufsne ba 
t)eap5a, ' The destruction of the fort of Da Dearga.' See 
No. 1318, col. 716. 

pp. 482-485. Fragments of three poems treating of the 
Clann Donnell. 

pp. 486, 487. Fragment treating of the meanings and 
derivations of grammatical terms, perhaps belonging to the 
Uraccpht na n-Eigeas. 

pp. 488-491. Fragment of the Life of Christ, with some 
account of the Apostles. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 341 

1320 fol. 

A Latin and Irish Dictionary by Richard Plunket of 
the Order of St. Francis. 

The preface is dated Trim, 12th Sept., 1662; fol. inter- 
leaved. 

The author states in his instructions for the reader that 
his authorities for the hard words were ' Michael O'Clery, 
Archbp. Flathri O'jNIulconry, Doctor Keating, Parrthas an 
Avania, and an old vellum MS. in which I found a copy of 
the Foras Focal, and particularly Michael O'Clery's Sana- 
san Nua and the old vellum aforesaid, also Ceilidh na 
h-iosgaide leithe Mac an lolair, the Madadh Maol and 
some lists of hard words, with many other authorities which 
I do not now remember and the common language for the 
greater part of the rest.' 

This copy was transcribed (not very accurately) for 
Edward Lhwyd, who has added various notes. He used 
it in preparing his 'Archaeologia' for the press. See another 
copy, post. 

1321 4to membr., s. xvi. 
Two Medical Fragments ; ff. 35. 

The first fragment, which ends on p. 48, treats on fevers, 
boils, hernia, paralysis, dropsy, palpitation. On p. 26 is an 
entry to the following effect : — ' This is the sum for which 
this book is pledged to John O'Cannavan, viz. two ounces, 
which he gave to the wife of Donnell O'Cannavan, in the 
presence of Maudlin, the daughter of Kennedy, and two 
bonnas (groats), which he asked of me again at the door of 
Nichol. O'Haroon's forge a quarter of a year afterwards, 
being 8 pence and two ounces in all.' p. 49 begins the 
second fragment. At col. i, line 18, is the heading, 
' Sextum Capitulum de ulceribus in auribus,' and 49, 2, 1. 22, 
the heading shows that this, ' On diseases of the nose,' is 
the 3rd tract of the 3rd book. p. 52, 2, 1. 21, the 4th tract 
begins, ' De passionibus oris.' p. 53, 1. 45, begins, 'De 
Dolore Dencium.' p. 60, 2, 1. 43, begins the 5th tract, 
* De Cummunibus.' See No. 13 17. 

1322 4to maj. membr., ff. 36, s. xvi. 

The Dinn Seanchus. 

This work treats of the names of Irish lakes, mountains, 
etc. Transcribed by John O'Keenan, but with no indication 
of the date except that it was before Christmas, and that 



342 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



John O'Mulconry was sick at Ardkyle. O'Donovan says 
this John O'Mulconry kept a celebrated school at Ardkyle, 
near Six Mile Bridge, Co. Clare, in the reign of Elizabeth, 
and was the writer of an Ode addressed to Brian na Murtha 
O'Rouark, who, according to Lord Bacon, was, at his own 
request, hanged with a gad according to his own country 
fashion. 

The work is supposed to have been first written about 
the year 550 by Amergin, son of Amalgaidh, chief poet to 
king Dermot, son of Fergus Ceirbheoil, who died 565, but 
this copy and all the others in this library have been 
enlarged by subsequent writers, some of whom lived in the 
nth century, as Cuan O'Lochain, the chief lawgiver of 
Ireland, who was killed in the year 1024. 

1323 4to min. membr., s. xvi. (.?) 
Treatises on Materia Medica. 

The first consists of 30 ff. and 2 fragments of leaves, and 
contains a list of plants, trees, gum, etc., alphabetically 
arranged. It wants the beginning, and commences with 
' Carduus benedicte,' but is perfect from that to the end. 
O'Donovan says it seems to be a translation of a little work 
on Materia Medica, which issued from the Medical School 
at Montpelier in 1303. At the bottom of pp. 32, 33 is an 
inscription in the ' Ogum Craobh ' character. 

The second tract, beginning 65, consists of 25 fF., and 
treats of the manner of preparing plants, etc., for use. It is 
not arranged alphabetically. On pp. 81 and 100 appears, 
in a later hand, the name of Dermod O'Sheil. The family 
of O'Sheil were hereditary physicians from a remote period. 
On the margin of several pages appears the name of John 
M'Namara, described more fully on p. 82 as 'ofTorthill, 
near Castle-president, one of his Majesties Attorneys at 
Law, sworn lawyer in Tilliscourt, London.' * This John 
was well known in Dublin as a collector of Irish MSS.' 

This book was bought at Vallancey's sale in 1792. 
It is in a brass mounted binding with the arms of James I. 
on the sides, but it is clear that this binding originally be- 
longed to a different book. 

1324 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Historical Pieces. 

This book is in the handwriting of Maurice Gorman. 

The first 22 pp. contain part of the Annals of Innisfallen 
from 1 120 to 1 158. The continuation to 1183 (17 pp.) is 
placed by error of the binder at the end of the volume. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 343 



p. 23 begins extracts from the Leabhar na g-ceart or 
Book of Rights. 

p. 36, 1. 7. Account of the tributes paid by the Danes and 
people of Leinster to the king of that province. 

p. 38. List of kings of Munstcr from Cormac Cas and 
Fiacha Muillecthan to Donnell Mor O'Brien. 

p. 46. Some account of the early history of the Jews, 
followed by a sketch of the early history of Ireland and of 
the travels of the Milesians before their arrival here ; also a 
synchronism of the Irish monarchs and events with the 
monarchs of the world in the handwriting of Dr. O'Sullivan. 

1325 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Religious Pieces. 

PP- i~55- The Psalter or Rosary of the Blessed Virgin, 
with an explanation and instructions for performing the 
devotions. 

p. 55, 1. 12. Of the 12 Golden Fridays of the year on 
which it is most beneficial to fast on bread and water. 

p. 57, 1. 3. Of the miracles of St. Jordanus. 

p. 59, 1. 16. Of the advantages of hearing Mass. 

p. 61. O'Daly Fionn's poem in praise of the Blessed 
Virgin, beginning: Soigceac balpaim bpu Ttluipe. Un- 
finished. 

pp. 64-257. A treatise on the Mass, entitled Eochair 
Sgiath an Aifrinn, i.e. 'the key-shield of the Mass,' by 
Geoffrey Keating, d.d. Preceded by a preface which 
occupies pp. 64-91, in which the author enters into a con- 
troversy with Luther and Calvin. Dr. O'Conor mentions 
3 copies of this work in the Stowe collection (vol. i., 
pp. 157, 192). 

pp. 258-357. Another work by Dr. Keating, entitled, Cpf 
iDiopgaoice an bdip, 'The three sharp arrows of Death.* 

p. 358. ' Speculum Peccatoris.' 

P- 573> 1- II- Miracles of the Blessed Virgin. 

P- 579> 1- 7' Life of St. Thomas k Becket. 

P- 5 95 1 1- 16. Life of St. Margaret, daughter of Theo- 
dosius. 

p. 607. Life of St. Alexius. 

p. 613. A controversial poem by Bonaventura O'Hosey, 
guardian of the Irish friars at Louvain. See another copy 
in No. 1297. 

p. 621, 1. 9. A religious poem, beginning: t)ea5 nao 
t)-cdini5 mo c^apma. 

p. 625. Poem in praise of the Blessed Virgin, beginning: 
TTlaips 6itjlcap o'lnsm Qnna. 



344 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



p. 628, 1. 7. A religious poem, beginning: Naomca an 
obaip iOTnpd& be. 

p. 629. A moral poem, beginning: TTlaips itieallup 
TTiuipn an c-paoguil. 

p. 635, 1. 9. Dialogue between the body and the soul. 
Ends on p. 645, and is followed by a copy (in a later hand) of 
' Plearaca na Ruarcach,' with Dean Swift's translation of it. 
See Scott's edition of Swift's works, vol. xiv., p. 141. This 
is followed by a letter in English verse, written in 1720 to 
Dean Swift. These occupy 4^- pp. not numbered. 

The transcriber of this volume (excluding the last men- 
tioned pages) was Stephen Rice, 17 14. 

1326 4to membr., s. xvi. 
Medical Treatises (imperfect). 

Lettered on the side ' Sillanus de Nigris in Almansorem.' 

pp. 1-16. A Treatise on Materia Medica. 

p. 17. On Diets, ' Isac in dietis particularibus.' 

p. 20, 2, 1. 8. A short treatise on Anatomy, taken from 
Lopos, Hippocrates, and Apollonius; ends impf. p. 26. 

pp. 27-132. Treatise on the nature and treatment of 
Diseases, in a hand apparently of the middle of the i6th 
century. 

p. 133 begins a fragment of a treatise on Materia Medica 
arranged alphabetically, but it wants all before 'Aristotle* 
and all after * Consolida minor.' 

The names of some hereditary physicians appear in the 
margin, viz. p. 141, ' Gilla na naomh O'Fergusa is the 
owner of this book' (about s. xviii.), and p. 143, 'William 
Oge O'Callanan ' asks for the prayer of the reader (about 
s. xvii.). Both the O'Ferguses and the O'Callanans were 
hereditary physicians. 

p. 146. Some person began to write the genealogy of 
O'Cannavan, one of the hereditary physicians of West 
Connaught. 

1327 4to chart., fF. 83, s. xviii, 

Gacrpab Conmll 5"^^"i^» ^•^- The exploits of Conall 
Gulban (son of Niall of the Nine Hostages). 
There is a better copy in No. 1284. 

1328 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Miscellaneous Tracts. 

: p. I. On the rights and privileges of poets in general, 

and of each of the seven classes in particular. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 345 



p. 39. Description of the Banqueting Hall at Tara. Both 
these tracts were copied by Maurice Gorman from MSS. 
belonging to Sir John Sebright, which are now in this 
Library. The second has several notes by Vallancey of no 
value. 

p. 52. An Irish satirical poem, beginning : Qicmb &am 
homo pia haoi, with an interlined gloss by Vallancey, who 
has also written notes on the opposite pages, comparing 
Irish words with those in other languages. 

p. 58. Twenty-one questions proposed by Finn O'Baoisgne 
or Finn Mac Cumhaill to Aloy, daughter of king Cormac. 
Ex. ' What is more numerous than grass } Dew, said the 
maid.' 

p. 59. A copy of the Teagasg Riog, or Instructions of 
king Cormac to his son. There are older copies in this 
Library. 

1329 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Historical Tracts. 

Transcribed by Maurice Gorman. 

pp. 1-75. The Battle of Magh Leana, fought between Con 
of the Hundred Battles and Eogan Mor, king of Munster. 
See No. 13 17. 

pp. 76-80 blank. 

p. 81-147. The Battle of Magh Mucraimhe. See No. 
1296. 

pp. 148-152 blank. 

p. 153. The Battle of Clontarf. See another copy, No. 
1289. 

p. 172 blank. 

p. 173. Elegy of 28 quatrains on the death of Brian 
Boru. 

The preceding seven volumes were bought at Vallancey's 
sale in 1792. 

1330 4to chart., flf. 304; 1689-1709. 
The Historical Books of the Old Testament. 

The historical matter only. 

Transcription commenced 1689, completed by Rev. 
Thaddeus Macnamara in 1709. 

1331 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Vocabularies, etc. 

I. Copy of an Irish vocabulary compiled in 1706 by Rev. 
Fras. Wallis, Lecturer in Divinity in the College of St. 



346 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



Anthony of Padua, belonging to the Irish Franciscans of 
Louvain. This is a reversion of O'Clery's vocabulary of 
difficult Irish words ; the easy words being in this arranged 
first, pp. 142. 

pp. 145-152, Explanations in metre of several ancient 
< Irish words, beginning: peat) amm b'lnipin lap pin. 

pp. 153-164. The words in the preceding poem explained 
in dictionary order. 

pp. 164-168 blank. 

pp. 168-324. The more modern form of the Uraicepht 
or Primer of the Bards. The Uraicepht is said to have 
been originally written by Fortchern (fl. A. M. 3950). 
The present copy is in the handwriting of the scribe who 
copied the Annals of the Four Masters for Doctor Fergus. 

1332 fol. chart., c. 1700. 
Keating' s History of Ireland. 

Transcribed by Maurice O' Conor, who commenced the 
transcription in 1699. 

1333 4to membr., s. xv. 
Medical. 

p. I. After a few verses on Teige, son of Roderick 
O'Conor, follows a table of Latin abbreviations used in the 
work. 

p. 5. Commentary on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates. 
Wants the first 13 Aphorisms and a little at the end. 

pp. 79-104. Another fragment of a medical treatise, fF. 13. 
The last page is illegible. 

1334 4to maj. membr., ff. 28, s. xv. vel xvi. 
Medical Treatise. 

The first leaf is mutilated. The first page gives an Irish 
explanation of some Latin words for colours, etc., but is 
nearly illegible. 

p. 3 commences a treatise on diseases, ending imperfect 
on p. 20. 

p. 21. Alphabetical list of plants, minerals, etc., used in 
medicine, with account of their properties and the manner 
of preparing them. Defective from near the beginning of 
the letter C to the end of P ; complete from that to the end. 
This is the same work that is mentioned above No. 1324. 
This copy is beautifully written, and many of the capitals 
were adorned with silver. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 347 



1335 4to chart., a.d. 1697. 
Tales, etc. 

The first two pp., not included in the pagination, contain 
in a later hand a satirical poem written against Dr. Whaley, 
an astrologer and almanack maker in Dublin in the 17th 
century. 

The second leaf contains on the recto the title of the first 
stor>', entitled, TDeiplino agup an SpiopaDa, with the name 
of the owner, William O'Linchy, and the date 1697, and on 
the verso the conjugation of two Irish verbs (continued on 
the recto of the following page). 

p. I begins the tale of Merlino and the Spirit, which is 
headed by a spirited drawing of two knights on horseback. 
Ends p. 23. 

p. 24. Tale entitled Orlando and Melora, also preceded 
by a drawing. Ends p. 71- 

After p. 71 are 27 leaves left blank by the original scribe, 
on which Edward Lhwyd has written ■ notes for his 
Archaeologia. 

p. 73. A short Irish Grammar (in the Irish language) in 
the same handwriting as pp. 1-71, with the name of Wm. 
O'Linchy, and the date 1696 on the title. 

p. 96. Brief and plaine rules for the reading of the Irish 
tongue. In the same handwriting. 

1336 4to membr., ss. xv., xvi. 
Brehon Law Tracts and Miscellanea. 

The penmanship is beautiful, and many of the capitals 
are ornamented with red, green, and silver. In some of the 
initial letters grotesque figures of animals are introduced. 
There is a copious gloss. From a note at the bottom of 
p. I we learn that the volume belonged to Duald Mac 
Firbis in 1666. A notice at the bottom of col. 161 informs 
us that this part of the volume was transcribed by John 
Mac Egan of Ormond, and from other memoranda at the 
bottom of cols. 193, 194, and the top of col. 223. It 
appears that it was transcribed in Leinster, and belonged to 
Edmond O'Doran, who was hereditary Brehon of that 
province. In the mem. on 193, 194 the scribe excuses his 
bad writing by the badness of the ink and the coldness of 
the weather, which was Christmas time. This tract ends 
on col. 254; the next three columns being left blank and 
numbered as one. 

Col. 255-303. A Law tract (called the Sechta, or Heptads) 
in the same hand written in capital letters, with a copious 
interlined gloss. Ends imperfect. 



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Col. 304. The Bretha Comhaithchesa. 

Col. 311. Of taking possession of land. There are sundry 
whimsical remarks of the scribe (John Cosnavy) in the 
margin. It appears that he moved from place to place 
while copying the MS., some staves being written at Acha- 
Maw, some at Castle Fleming, etc. 

Col. 349. On the classification of tribes in a territory ; 
impf. (See Ne. 1316, p. 13.) 

Col. 351. (In a different hand.) Another copy of the 
Heptads ; the text in capitals, with a gloss and commentary 
in small letters interlined. 

Col. 393. Part of the Seanchus Mor, the text in capitals, 
with gloss and commentary in small letters interlined. The 
text corresponds with that of col. 12 to col. 60, and some 
defects of the copy may be supplied from this. 

The tract on landlord and tenant contained in No. 1316, 
pp. 15 sqq. ; in capital letters with copious commentary in 
small letters, 5 ff., apparently of the 15th century. In a 
memorandum at the bottom of 427, 428, the scribe laments 
the slaying of Turlogh Buidhe [O'Brien] by the son of 
O'Loughlin, and gives his own name; Carbry, the son of 
Shane [Mac Egan]. From a memorandum at the foot of 
col. 430, it appears that, when this memorandum was 
written, the tract consisted of 108 ff. 

Col. 431. A fragment consisting of 14 ff. of larger size 
than the preceding, with some small bits inserted in several 
places. It contains a commentary on various articles of 
the Brehon Laws, on rules of evidence, and of pleading, and 
gives very curious explanations of old words and phrases 
long obsolete. 

Col. 447. Laws relating to arson. 

Col. 449. The Cain lanamhna. On a piece of vellum 
inserted between the pages numbered 449, 450, and 451, 
452 is a short notice, in a different hand, of the reason why 
the Pope gave Ireland to the king of England. See above. 

Under this is a memorandum (in Irish) in the same hand, 
dated a.d. 1577, 'That is a bad little scrap for thf e, O 
Egan, from Gabrial, etc.'; and under this another in the 
hand of the transcriber of the whole tract: ' It is easy to 
know Gabrial's part here, whatever be the reason.' At the 
bottom of cols. 465, 466, is another memorandum in the 
handwriting of the same Gabrial who transcribed the whole 
of that page 'in a hurry and with a bad pen, a.d. 1577.' 

Col. 469. A Law tract, in a different hand, headed : t)ia 
pip cia ip bpeichearh in 500 ctjip, i.e. * To know who is 
judge in every cause.' It occupies 165 cols, closely written. 
At the bottom of 493, 494 is a memorandum showing that it 



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was transcribed by Aodhagan (probably Egan Mac Egan) 
in the year 1575. 

At the bottom of 501, 502, the scribe gives his curse to 
* Cormac, the blind, in the year 1575.' At the bottom of 
511, 512, he signs himself Egan, son of Conor. On a slip 
inserted between 515, 516, and 517, 518, the same scribe 
writes a note saying, ' Terrible news from the territory of 
Ely, viz. that Kian, the son of Teige, son of Donogh 
O'Carroll was killed by the O'Carroll (William Odhar), and 
many of his people along with him, and in my opinion this 
is but paying the tithes. I am Egan, son of Conor, etc' 
At the bottom of 550, 551, the scribe has written a Rann to 
commemorate the death of this Kian O'Carroll. From a 
note on 521, 522, and another on 552, 553, it appears that 
the plague was then raging in Connaught. 

Col. 634. A fragment of 3 flf. in a different handwriting, 
containing part of a commentary on the Brehon Laws. 

Col. 644. A short Law tract treating of theft and murder. 

Col. 645. A commentary on various passages of the 
Brehon Laws, illustrated by anecdotes. 

Col. 654. The Bretha Nemhidh. Ends on col. 670. 
On col. 653 is a law regulating the prices paid for building 
Churches, Penitentiaries, and Round Towers. ' This is,' 
says O'Donovan, ' the most valuable authority hitherto dis- 
covered for proving the origin and uses of the Round 
Towers of Ireland, on which so many modern sciolists have 
attempted to write. This sets the question at rest for ever.' 

Col. 673. Short extracts on various subjects, but mostly 
proverbial, and historical, and religious ; pedigrees of the 
Blessed Virgin and of Joseph, anecdotes of Irish saints, etc. 
At the end of col. 680 are the words, 'constat fol. 95,' in 
the handwriting of Mr. Lhwyd. 

Col. 681. Fragment consisting of 8 ff"., 4to, apparently of 
the 15th century. The first leaf was originally left blank, 
as a cover, but has since been written on in Latin. It 
contains a prayer written in the secretary hand of the time 
of Henr>' VIIL 

Col. 682. Poem on four remarkable trees in the East. 

Col. 683. A historical tale entitled Fleadh Bricrinn 
(see No. 13 18, col. 759). Ends imperfect at col. 710. 

Col. 711. Fragment consisting of 34 fi"., 4to. The writing 
appears to belong to the latter end of the 14th or beginning 
of the 15th century. The first page is illegible and not 
numbered. It begins with a fabulous account of the early 
history of Ireland as related by Fintan (see the Book of 
Invasions). This copy is much damaged. 

Col. 720. Account of the blinding of Cormac Mac Art, 



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monarch of Ireland, by Aengus Gai Buaibhtheach, i.e. 
Aeneas of the Poisonous Dart, followed by an account of 
the poisonous dart itself. 

Col. 724. Short poem on the history of Cashel, beginning : 
Caipil ac conbapo an6. 

Ibid., 1. 27. Account of the different territories in Ireland 
called Partry, followed by two anecdotes of the famous 
women Saobh, daughter of Oilill and Meave ; and Mada of 
Murresh. 

Col. 725. The principal wonders of Ireland. See the 
Book of Ballymote for a better copy. 

Col. 727, 1. 16. Anecdotes of Cormac Mac Art and 
Finn Mac Cumhaill and others. 

Col. 728. List of kings of the race of Cormac Cas, who 
governed Munster and all Ireland. 

Col. 729. List of patriarchs, apostles, and other persons 
mentioned in the Bible. 

Col. 731. Tract entitled, Seanchus na relec, i.e. History 
of the Cemeteries. It enumerates the most celebrated 
burial places in Ireland before the introduction of Chris- 
tianity. Ends col. 734, 1. II. 

Col. 734, 1. 12. List of women celebrated in Irish history 
as mothers or wives of illustrious personages. 

Col. 737. Pedigree of O'Dooley, chieftain of TertuUagh. 

Col. 738. Account of the revolutions, distances, etc., of 
the sun and moon ; of the different kinds of men, birds, 
fishes, etc., and of the diflferent orders of angels who visit 
the earth. 

Col. 740. Account of the plebeian tribes called Aitheach 
Tuatha, who were subjugated by Tuathal Teachtmhar in 
the first (?) century. 

Col. 743, 1. 13, of the genealogy of the Dalaradii, and 
the pedigree of O'Linchy, chief of Dalaradia. 

Col. 746. Story about the three Fothadhs, joint kings of 
Ireland. 

Col. 748, 1. 8. Description of the boundaries of Dalcassia 
or Thomond, as fixed by Oilioll Olum, king of Munster ; 
followed by an account of the Bolgic conquerors of 
Thomond. 

Col. 752, 1. 12. Derivations of the names and cognomina 
of celebrated Irish personages. 

Col. 753. Of the ancestors of several Irish tribes. 

Col. 754. Of the immediate descendants of Cede 011- 
gothach, and of other monarchs of Ireland. 

Col. 758. Description of the extent of the territories of 
Corca Laighe, of Tuath O'Conann, and of Tuath Ross, etc. 



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Col. 760. Pedigree of O'Coffey, a chieftain in Corca 
Laighe. 

Ibid., 1. 13. Pedigree of O'Driscoll (a chieftain who ruled 
over the whole of Corca Laighe). 

Col. 761. Pedigrees of the tribes called Gailenuga. 

Col. 767, 1. 5. Account of the rights, or dues, of the kings 
of Cashel. 

Col. 768, I. 8. History and privileges of Cashel. 

Col. 774. 'The Concord of Genealogies,' showing the 
progenitors in whom different Irish families met. 

Col. 778. Of the different orders of bards, their dues and 
privileges. 

Col. 782, 1. 17. Account of the birth of Cormac Mac Art. 

Col. 785. Of the twelve tribes of Israel. 

Col. 787. Anecdote of Cuacht, daughter of Caelbadh of 
Magh Ailbhe in Leinster, with short notices of other 
Leinster families. 

Col. 788. Of the kings of the race of Heremon, who 
governed Ireland, and some account of tribes who de- 
scended from Heber, and were located in the northern half 
of Ireland. 

Col. 790. A legendary anecdote of Manannan Mac Lir, a 
celebrated navigator from whom the Isle of Man is said to 
be named. 

Col. 793. Names and anecdotes of several persons famous 
in ancient Irish history. 

Col. 797. List of the stories in ancient Irish literature, 
which the poets were accustomed to recite for the amuse- 
ment of kings and chiefs. They had seven times fifty 
stories, that is, five times fifty chief stories, and twice fifty 
of an inferior kind. The chief stories related to demoli- 
tions, cattle-spoils, courtships, battles, caves, voyages, 
tragedies, banquets, sieges, adventures, elopements, and 
plunders. 

Col. 800, 1. 10. Account of the Bolgic king Eochy Mac 
Eire, the first who sat at Tara, and an account of Taillteann, 
Uisneach, and Tlachtga, places of ancient celebrity in 
Meath. 

Col. 801, 1. 10. Account of Laiseach Lannmor, the pro- 
genitor of O'More and other families of Leix. (This 
column from 1. 10, and those numbered 802-805, are in a 
later hand than the preceding). 

Col. 803, 1. 12. Interpretation of the ominous croaking of 
the raven. ^ 

Col. 806. Translation of Nennius' account of the Britons. 
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Col. 826c. The 17 characteristics of a good and a bad 
argument. In a later hand. 

Col. 827. Tale entitled, Tochmarc Ailbhi, i.e. the Court- 
ship of Alvia, daughter of Cormac Mac Art. In a different 
hand. 

Col. 831, 1. 12. An interpretation of the appearance and 
singing of the wren. The left side of this page was left 
blank by the original scribe, but William, the son of Donnell 
oge O'Duirnin, has written in it his name and a few obser- 
vations, A.D. 1670. 

The last fragment consists of 12 ff. and 3 half leaves. It 
is in a different hand from any of the preceding. 

Col. 832. The Amhra or Eulogium of St. Senan of 
Scattery Island, in the Shannon, composed by Dallan- 
Forguill, author of the Amhra Columcille. Begins : Senan 
foep pi& achaip. There is an interlined gloss. 

Col. 835, s. f. Prophecy ascribed to St. Fursey of 
Peronne, followed by another of the signs preceding the 
day of judgment. 

Col. 837, s. f. Of the qualifications of a good clergyman. 

Col. 8393, Pedigrees of Fithil Mac Fircoigat, Diarmait 
Mac Duind, and Oilill Finn Mac Domhnaill Dualbhuidhe. 

Col. 840. Account of the first Satire composed in Ireland 
(see No. 1291, f. 116). 

Col. 841, 1. 17, Account of the first sentence passed in 
Ireland, which was by Amergin, brother of Heber and 
Heremon. 

Col. 842. Short abstract of the tale of Cuchullin and his 
son Connlaech, the latter killed by his father unwittingly. 

Col. 843, 1. 27. Account of the tribute imposed by the 
Fomorians on the Nemethians. 

Col. 845, 1. 26. Account of the primitive inhabitants of 
Connaught. 

Col. 846, 1. 15. Account of Connia Mac Firceite, king of 
the Ernaans of Munster. 

Ibid. s. f. Two different pedigrees of Finn Mac Cumhaill, 
and a short account of the Fenian officers under him. 

Col. 847, s. f. Short account of the regulations made be- 
tween the Ultonians and the tribes of Tara. 

Col. 848. Names of persons who first established certain 
customs in Ireland, also names of the ranks in society who 
were entitled to keep certain dogs as the Milchu, Oirce, 
and Archu. 

Col. 849, 1. 20. Dinnseanchus of Sliabh Comolt, now 
Keeper Hill, Co. Tipperary. 

Col. 850. Of the different kinds of luck attending persons 
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Col. 851. Derivations of the cognomina of the three sons 
of Cearmach. 

Tbid., 1. 22, Table of letters which stand for numbers 
(quite different from the Roman numerals). 

Col. 852. Regulations of the Irish church according to 
the Testament of St. Patrick. 

Col. 856. Tale of the three Fothards. 

Col. 858, 1. 19. The fable of the birth of Romulus and 
Remus. 

Col. 859, 1. 19. Explanation of the word Nepc6ic, and a 
story about three Tuatha De Danann armourers (quoted 
from Cormac's Glossary). 

Col. 861, 1. 8. Tale about three celebrated characters of 
Munster, Cairbre Muse, Cairbre Baiscinn, and Cairbre 
Riada. In this is introduced an ancient poem ascribed to 
Cairbre Muse, beginning : po peap piaca peap t)a liach. 

Col. 863, 1. 7. Account of Shalmaneser, king of Assyria- 
Col. 864- Of the spreading branches of the race of Ir, the 
son of Milesius. 

Col. 870. List of the famous women of antiquity, be- 
ginning with Eve. (There is a perfect copy in the Book of 
Ballymote.) The last page is illegible, that preceding it 
nearly so. 

This and the six following numbers form part of the 
Sebright collection (formerly Lhwyd's). 

1337 +to et infra membr. et chart. 

Miscellanea. 

Though bound in quarto form, this volume includes 
fragments of books of various sizes and different ages. The 
first three leaves are not included in the pagination. The 
first of these is mutilated, and on the recto wholly illegible. 
On the verso it contains part of an Irish Law tract. The 
second and third contain part of a Latin Psalter, which 
seems to have had the two versions, namely, that of Jerome 
and the Vulgate, on alternate pages. The first page is 
almost illegible, but we can see that it contained Ps. Ixxi. 
9-21 a in Jerome's version from the Hebrew ; the following 
page contains Ps. Ixxi. 21^ to Ixxii. 8 in the Vulgate, 
with marginal glosses in Latin. The next leaf begins with 
Ps. Ixxiii. 3-170 in Jerome's version; the verso contains 
Ixxiii. 173 to Ixxiv. z a, with marginal glosses (illegible). 
(Incorrectly described by O'Donovan.) 

Passing to the numbered pages — 

p. I. A Law tract containing regulations regarding the 
seven degrees of chieftains. Of the first leaf, only a very 

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small fragment remains. At the top of p. i is a memoran- 
dum byEdw. Lhwyd, stating that the MS. consists of 218 ff., 
and that he purchased it from Agnew (hereditary bard of 
O'Neill of Clannaboy). 

p. 14, col. 2. A Law tract, entitled bpeacha Comaich- 
chepa, a collection of rural and pastoral regulations. On 
p. 14 is a classification of trees, with the fines to be paid for 
committing trespass on them. 

p. 15. Law tract, giving regulations for the Church and 
the laity. The fines to be paid for killing or wounding 
persons of various positions in Church and State are enum.e- 
rated. 

p. 19. Law tract, treating of treaties, covenants, witnesses, 
pledges, etc. 

p. 26. A beautiful and perfect copy of the Book of Ogams. 
Ends p. 35, 1. 38. 

p. 35, 1. 40. Poem by Finghin, son of Flann, for tribe of 
the Fir Arda, beginning: Q mo coimbin "Neill, cib t)0 t)6n 
ppi pipu Qpt)a. 

p. 37. A moral poem, beginning: t)ob6painn Comaiple 
t)om eh op QIC. 

Ibid., 1. 39. Another moral poem, ascribed to Cormac 
Mac Cullenan, first Archbishop of Cashel, beginning: 
6ocaip c6ille cloipceacc. Every line begins with 6ocaip. 

p. 38. Account of the first inhabitants of Ireland, as told 
by the fabled character Tuan Mac Cairill to St. Finnen. 
There is only one page of this here. There is a larger 
fragment in the Leabhar na h-Uidhri (R. I. A.). 

p. 39, 2, 1. 15. Short account of the musical notes used in 
chanting. 

p. 40, 1. 9. Short anecdote of St. Brendan. 

3id., 1. 24. Short article, * De prudentissimo Homine.' 

Ibid., col. 2, 1. 8. Poem said to be addressed to King 
Cormac MacArt by his chief judge, Fithil, after a feast, 
beginning: lit gua tti6. 

p. 41. A curious poem, treating of jurisprudence, ascribed 
to a poet of the name Dubh-da-thuath. Begins : t)ia m-bat> 
TTiepe bat) pig peil. 

p. 42. A story about Cormac Gaileng (son of Tiege, son 
of Kian, son of Oilill Olum), ancestor of the tribes called 
Gaileanga. 

p. 42, col. 2, 1. 18. A story about Cailleach Berse, a 
Banshee well known in most parts of Ireland. 

p. 43. A moral poem, beginning: Cappaic laac acup 
eich t)o bepcfp buai&. 

p. 44, 1. II. Astrological observations. 

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p. 45, I. 14. Fintan's poem on the number of Triocha 
Ceds, etc., in Ireland. 

p. 46. Account of the coming of Partholan. 

p. 47, 1. 13. Tale about Baile mac Buain, a celebrated 
Pagan character of Dundalk. 

p. 48, col. 2. De Conceptione Concubari filii Nessa. 

Ibid.^ 1. 18. A story about Guaire Aidhne, King of Con- 
naught, and Oeno Mac Hui Loighsi, Abbot of Clonmac- 
noise. 

Here O'Donovan's catalogue comes to an abrupt termina- 
tion. 

p. 49. Feircertne's poem in praise of Cersai Mac Duire. 
There is an interlinear gloss. In their present state the 
leaves are 7" x 5", but they are made up of two pieces sewn 
together with parchment, the upper 3" x 14", the lower 
3 J" X 10", with a pendant 10" x 2i", making the whole like 
an inverted L, containing a vocabulary of old words. 

p. 53. Amergin Glengeall's poem, beginning: TTIo coipe 
coip goipiach. With interlinear gloss. The leaves are of 
the same size as the preceding, and the second is similarly 
made up of two pieces sewn with silk. The first has also a 
defect supplied by a piece sewn with parchment. 

p. 59. On the origin of the Greek and Roman Laws. 

p. 60, Various short extracts. 

pp. 61, 62. A fragment of a glossary, 5" x 3^". 

p. 63. A glossar}-, alphabetically arranged, flF. 7. 

p. 76. Part of a glossary, L to S, chart., ff. 4. 

p. 84. On the diseases of horses, membr., f. i. 

p. 86. Explanation of some hard words in the Felire of 
Oengus, f. I. 

p. 88. The Uraiceacht Beag, or Lesser Rudiments, con- 
taining an explanation of legal phrases, ff. 12, impf., 7" 

p. 112. A Law tract, ff. 20, impf., 4J" x \y' . 

Not numbered : fragment on Law. ff. 10, 4" x 4". 

p. 152. The Dialogue of the Two Sages, with an inter- 
linear gloss. 

p. 157. Explanation of ancient Law terms, by Giolla na 
Naomh, son of Donslevy INIac Egan, chief Professor of Law. 

p. 167. A Law tract, in the same handwriting as the 
preceding, and forming part of the same booklet. Ends 
imperfect. 

pp. 173-184. Two Law tracts (not in the same hand as 
the preceding). 

p. 185. Another Law tract, with some glosses. 

p. 196. Beginning of the romantic tale of the Feis Tigh 
Canain. 

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pp. 197-202. A tract written in the Ogam Consaine. At 
the bottom of the first page is a line in the Ogam Craoibh. 
flf. 3, 6r X 4^. 

pp. 203-206. A Law tract. fF. 2, 6y y 4^". 

pp. 207-209. Fragment of a Law tract. 

pp. 210-213. Poem beginning: Qichne bam homa pe 
haei, with interlinear gloss. 

pp. 214-256. (The No. 244 is repeated in error.) Treatise 
on Law, s. xiv. (?), with some glosses, ff. 21, 8" x 5^'. 

pp. 257-260. Fragment of a tract on Law. ff. 2, 7" x 5". 

261-268. Another Law tract, ff. 4, 7^" x 6". 

pp. 269-284. Fragment of Law tract, ff. 8 (one apart), 
4jj X 4 . 

pp. 284 (number repeated)-303. A Law tract, containing 
explanations of Law terms and phrases, written on pieces of 
vellum of various sizes (some very small). 

pp. 331-352. Another Law tract (perhaps in the same 
handwriting). Paper, except the last leaf, which is vellum. 

p. 353. Legal text, with interlined gloss. 

pp. 355-357. Poem beginning: Coichet) bpacha coic- 
chmnca. 

p. 358. Introduction to the Seanchus Mor, which begins 
on the next page, and ends p. 398, on which Edw. Lhwyd 
has written * Constat fol. 218.' 7" x 5". 

pp. 399-413. A Law tract, containing laws promulgated 
by King Cairbre Liffeachair (s. iii.). ff. 7, 8" x 6". 

pp. 413, 414. Fragment of a Law tract. 

pp. 415, 416. Fragment of a Glossary. 

pp. 417, 418. On the Virtues of Aqua Vitae, etc. 

pp. 419-422. Another fragment of a work on Law. 

pp. 423-439. Treatise on Law ; impf. ff. 9, 10" x 7". At 
the top of 423 Edw. Lhwyd has written his name, with 
* Constat fol. 95,' and a memorandum in Welsh : ' 6. Kaw y 
Dalennae ereill gwedi kam-osod ynrhyw van a ralh.' 

pp. 437-439. Two fragments of Law tracts. At tho top of 
437, in Edw. Lhwyd's hand, ' C* fol. 95,' with a money 
account continued on the next page. 

pp. 440-454, s. xiv. (?) A Law tract, containing ancient 
maxims and phrases, with gloss and commentary. 

On p. 440 Edw. Lhwyd has written * 9 Const. 8 ff.' 

p. 455. (Verso of last leaf of the preceding) in a later hand. 
A decision made by the O'Dorans in a dispute about land 
between Gerald, son of Cathal Carrach, and Brian, son of 
Muircheartagh, and Donogh Mac Criomthein. The names 
of the witnesses are given, and the date 1561. Below this 
is an account of the boundary stones erected and mearings 
marked out. 



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pp. 456, 457. Two pages of a fragment on Law. 

pp. 458-466. Fragment of a Law tract. 7" x 5". The 
first page, which is illegible, is not reckoned in the pagina- 
tion. At the bottom of p. 459 is a memorandum by Edw. 
Lhwyd, recording that he bought this book (containing 
458-51) from Cormac O'Guirin, Co. Sligo, a.d. 1700. 

pp. 467, 468. Some explanations of words. 

pp. 469-492. Fragment of a Law tract. 

pp. 493-506. Law tract. P. 493 contains the ancient text, 
in large characters, with copious interlined gloss. What 
follows is commentary. 

p. 507. Begins another Law tract, which ends on p. 515. 

pp. 516-518. Two leaves of a Law tract, the last page 
(not reckoned in the pagination) not legible. Another 
smaller leaf, now numbered 518!, is inserted. 

pp. 519 and 519 {bis). A glossar}' of hard words. 

pp. 520-528. Notes on the Life of St. Patrick, with fre- 
quent interlined glosses. At the beginning of the volume 
are 4 paper leaves, containing a transcription of these 
glosses, in a cover addressed to Dr. John O'Donovan. 

pp. 528-533. Some account of Eochaidh Feidhlioch, 
monarch of Ireland. 

PP- 538-541. Fragment of a Law tract, containing ex- 
planations of terms, with occasional interlined glosses. At 
the top of 538 is written ' clerich 13.' 

p. 542 is the verso of what was formerly the cover of the 
collection, 543-564. l\ x 5^ (about s. xiv.). On p. 543 is 
the number 14. 

PP- 543-555. Dialogue of the Two Sages, \nth copious 
interlined gloss. 

PP- 555> 556- Historical memoranda. In the second 
column of 556 begins an account of Bishop Gondicra and 
his brother, in a later hand. This is followed, on p. 559, by 
a poem beginning: Cpe pocal ccgpdic piliD. 

p. 560. Poem beginning: t)ub 5illa Oub apm naipe, 
with interlined gloss. 

p. 563. Poem beginning: Ip rpuas in ceip a mbiaam. 
The two leaves that follow are not numbered ; the second 
formed (with 542) the cover of the collection. O'Reilly says 
they originally contained pedigrees of some family, adding 
that the first and last pages are illegible. These really seem 
never to have been written on, and the pedigree referred to, 
which is on the second page, consists of only eight steps, 
and does not seem to have ever extended further. But on 
these two inner pages paper has been at one time pasted, 
which contained neat writing, but now illegible. 

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separately numbered (the third, however, being passed over), 
and at the top of p. 565 is a memorandum, in Welsh, by 
Edw. Lhwyd, stating that he purchased this from Eoin 
Agniu, of Larne, Co. Antrim, in the year 1700. There is 
also the number 15. It is about 6^" x 5", and written about 
s. xiv. 

PP- 565-596. Etymology of the names of monarchs, 
heroes, poets, etc., of Ireland. Complete. After this, on 
596, is an explanation of Sainfiuin and Beltaine. 

pp. 596, col. 2,-601. On Alexander, Caesar, etc., with 
occasional glosses. 

pp. 601-603. Oi^ the death of CuchuUin (with occasional 
glosses). 

p. 603, 1. 13. Begins a vocabulary, ending p. 622. 

pp. 623-626. A glossary, alphabetically arranged. On 626, 
col. 3, begins another glossary, not so regularly arranged. 

p. 630, col. 2. Begins an explanation of Law terms. 

pp. 633-638. Another glossary, followed on 638, col. 2, 
by an explanation of Law terms. 

pp. 641-654. A Tract on Language, containing from 649, 
col. 2, s. f., an explanation of hard words. At the bottom 
is a scheme of the Ogam Craoibh. 

p. 654, col. 2, s. f., and p. 655. Originally left blank, now 
contains the beginning of the Uraicepht (in a later and very 
bad hand). 

pp. 656-660. Seems to be a continuation of the matter 
which preceded this later writing. It ends in the middle of 
660, col. I. 

pp. 661 and 668 are respectively the verso of the first leaf 
and the recto of the last leaf of the cover of a tract of 3 ff., 
^y X4" (662-667), which consists of a fragment of a voca- 
bulary. The other pages of these outside leaves, being 
illegible, are not numbered. They are also a fragment of a 
vocabulary. 

The remainder of the volume is paper, with the exception 
of a few leavfes at the end not paged. 

p. 669. Fragment consisting of 14 if. written at end of the 
17th century. It contains: 

p. 669. Poem on the O'Neills. 

p. 684. Genealogy of Mac Uidhilin or MacQuillan. 

pp. 686-693. A single loose leaf containing verses by Owen 
O'Gnimh, beg.: P05UP popcuin bon otge. Having been 
twice folded, and broken in one fold, it is numbered as 
eight pages. O'Reilly calls it illegible, which it certainly 
is not. 

pp. 694-699 (with the number 17 at the top of 695) 
contain : 



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p. 694. A poem, beg : Sioc liom t)0 cop acolla. 

pp. 697-699. Short Notes by the same scribe, Cathalus 
Mackonnrich, in 1696. 

pp. 700-706. A poem, beg. : Tnollacc ope a pip na pgeal. 

p. 707. Left blank by the first scribe. Contains some 
worthless matter in a later and very bad hand. 

pp. 708-809. A miscellaneous collection, written about 
1700. Containing: 

p. 708. The Romance of Bruighean da Coccae. 

p. 724. On the death of Ceat, son of Magart. 

p. 728. Story of Lugaidh Sruibh Dearg and Deibhforgill. 

p. 732. Account of Cathal Mac Fionguine, king of 
Munster. 

p. 743. Seel Mucci Mic Datho. See O'Curry, MS. Mate- 
rials, p. 486, and " Manners, etc.," iii., p. 372. Windisch, 
Irische Texte, Leipz., 1880. Also in the Book of Leinster. 

p. 749. Account of Ronan Mac Aodh, king of Leinster. 

p. 756. Story of Desmond, son of Aodh Slaine, Monarch 
of Ireland. 

p. 757. Story of the Tain b6 Reaghamhain. 

p. 759. Story of Liaduin. 

p. 761. Of the Fothards of Leinster. 

p. 764. (rightly 765). Poem, beg. : Qicbi tjaitipae bep 
mapa. 

p. 766. Poem, beg. : puoip bpeipni a t)iol t)0 peaglant). 

p. 769. Some commemorative verses. 

p. 771. Vision of Tunthal or Tundal : translated from the 
Latin. This is interrupted by the following : 

pp. 777-779. A folio leaf, folded in two, inserted, con- 
taining part of a poem. 

pp. 780-791. Two fragments of historical tales. 

p. 792. Vision of Tundal continued. Ends p. 809. 

p. 810. begins a series of genealogies of Irish families. 
The ink is extremely faint. 

Some leaves, very mutilated, are inserted after p. 844, but 
not numbered. 

After p. 868 is a small vellum fragment, and after this two 
separate fragments, each consisting of two leaves of vellum, 
not numbered. 

The second of these (of which only two pages are legible) 
contains part of a Latin chronicle ; the events recorded are 
of the 14th century. 

1338 

Transcript of the Glossaries, p. 39, and p. 131 of 
No. 13 17. By Eugene O'Curry, 1842. 



36o CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1339 13" X 9" membr., s. xii. (?) 

The Book of Leinster. 

This has been published in facsimile by the Royal Irish 
Academy, with Introduction by Professor Robert Atkinson, 
LL.D. 

The following is a summary of the contents. 

pp. 1-26. The Book of Invasions. Nearly all the poems 
in this are contained also in the Books of Ballymote and of 
Lecain. 

p. 27 a. I. Poem on the origin of the name Connaught ; 
see O'Curry 11. 10. 

p. 27 a. 36. Poem by Cormac Mac Culennain, beginning 
lappaiget) nee acai bam. 

p. 27, 354. Poem by Fland Manistrech on the names of 
the members of the ' Muintir na trom-dama.' 

p. 28 a. 52. Poem beginning: t)omun bucame, assigned 
here to Cormac Fili, but in the Book of Ballymote to 
Cinaed hua Artacain. Published by Petrie in his ' History 
and Antiquities of Tara Hill,' p. 188. 

p. 29. Description of the banqueting hill of Tara ; see 
Petrie, op. cit. p. 197. 

p. 29 ^. I. List of the remains of Tara. Petrie, ibid.y 
p. 136. 

p. 31 a. 38. Part of the poem of Fland Find Fina. 

Ibid. 43. Poem by Cinaed hua Artacain, beginning : 
pmnna bacap in Gmain. 

p. 32 a. 36. Poem by Gilla na naem hua Duind, be- 
ginning : Cuicet) Lagen na lecc ptg. 

p. 33 ^. 10. Poem by Cuan hua Lothchain, beginning: 
Cemaip bpe^, bale na pian. 

p. 35a. II. Poem beginning: pocapc pop cpobcib 
Con-Copbb. 

p. 35/?. I. Poem beginning: peiblimit) acaip 6cac. 

Ibid.^ 39. Poem giving an account of the Boruma tribute. 

PP- 37» 3^- Notes on various kinds of verses, metre, etc. 

pp. 39-42. Lists of kings of the various provinces of 
Ireland, and of the successors of St. Patrick. 

pp. 43-50. Poems in praise of Leinster and the men of 
Leinster. 

p. 51a. I. Concluding portion of the will of Cathar M6r. 

Ibid., 34. Story of the restoration of Tuathal Techtmar. 

Ibid. p. 38. Poem ascribed to Orthanach, beginning : 
TTla-pu t)e clamt) 6ct)ac aipt). 

p. 52/8. I. Story of Gormlaith, daughter of Fland. 

p. 53 a. I. Poem in praise of the clan Domnall. 

p. 53 )8. 7. Tale of the Tain b6 Cuailnge. 



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pp. 106-124. Prose tales of Conchobar Mac Nessa, 
Cuchulaind, Atherne, and Celtchar. 

p. 124^3, 34. Story of the death of Medb. 

p. 125 a. 24. Story of Derb-fhorgaill. 

p. 126 a. 30. Legends of three persons who spoke im- 
mediately after their birth. 

p. 127-150. Series of historico-topographical poems. 

pp. 150—170. The Dindsenchas poems and prose, con- 
tinued pp. 191-216. 

pp. 1 71-178. Account of the battle of Ros na Rig. 

p. 179. Fragment of Cormac's glossary. 

p. 181. Poems of Fland Manistrech. 

pp. 184, 185. Lists of kings of Meath and of Ireland. 

p. 187. Dialogue of the Two Sages. 

pp. 189, 190. Short miscellaneous pieces. 

pp. 191-216. The Dindsenchas continued. 

p. 217. History of the destruction of Troy from Dares 
Phrygius. 

p. 245. Fore-tales or rem-scila of the Tain Bo Cuailnge. 

PP- 309. 3'o. Beginning of the histor}' of the war of the 
Gaedhil with the Gaill, 

pp. 311-342. Genealogies. 

PP- 343-346. Precepts of king Cormac, and proverbs of 
Fithal. 

pp. 347-352. Genealogies of the Irish saints. 

PP- 355-376 (eleven leaves) are in the Library of the 
! Franciscan Convent. Dublin. They contain : 

PP- 355-365- The Martyrology of Tallaght. This is 
followed by other lists of saints, etc. 
, p. 375 a. 17. Account of the B6ruma tribute. 

' p. 376^3. 1. Poem by Fintan on the first inhabitants of 

Ireland, etc. 

PP- 377-394- Genealogies, etc. (including p. 385, the 
Will of Cathair Mor), s. xvi. (.?). 

p. 395. Part of a metrical glossary, s. xvi. 

p. 397. Another version of the war of Troy, s. xvi. 

pp. 409, 410. Fragment of the Battle of Magh Rath, s. xvi. 

1340 fol. 10" X 9", membr., s. xvii., flf. 36. 

A Collection of Poems. 

p. I. The first words are quoted where legible: Ouine Do 

cuait) t)o cup pioL 

ibid. Cpant) t)0 cuip amac moinap. 

p. 2. mo pseal t)o bi 05 t)ia na tJtiil. This folio is 
inverted with its companion (numbered i, 2), and comes 
after p. 10. 



362 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



p. 3. t)o cot)uil ap bpeap paipe. 

p. 4. Religious poem : . . . ap t)coil bocac pe coilTit)e. 

p. 5. Moral poem : t)obpipib cunt)pa6 apac. 

p. 6. Ceicpe cpoifi cpocca. 

p. 7. "Ruccat) baipe ap an Tnbocbacc. 

p. 8. Cugup 5pa& euccTnoni &eoip. 

p. 9. peapp bedsan cloint)i 'na clan. 

p. 10. blue an mac uipe Tnuipe. 

p. II. (inverted and numbered 2): Qcaim a Tieapbaib 
amoipc. 

p. 12. (numbered i): t)li5ceap t>on bpucaip beic umal. 
By Philip Bos [O'Higgin], 

ibid, (by the same) : TTlaips mac ipligean e petn. 

p. 13. (by the same): t)eant)act) a macap ap mac Tit)e. 

p. 14. beg. Ceapc oi&m bilep as bia. 

p. 15. 5^10 0151 map a ha&bap. 

p. 16. Cpeft) maip cpeibeap an eaglaip. 

ibid. Moral poem, the first words illegible. 

p. 17. Capa mna an cigi agon cini&. 

p. 18. Olc cuillim mo cuaipupbail. 

p. 19. beginning illegible: .... t>in me apip ap Ppeni 
pap ppaip. 

p. 20. Cpi 5luine gemelais be. 

p. 21. Ope acpeipeab apoigail. 
v^'ibid. Uapal c6cobaip an Choim&eg (by Donogh Mor 
O'Daly. 

p. 22. t)ia bom peiceam ap peipg nDe (by the same). 

p. 23. Qcaib cpi compuig am cion. 

ibid. La paoipe coppan coimgeab. 

p. 24. Qcpo bpaga beic abe. 

ibid. Oca pmb ap pligib. 

p. 25. Imba p6b bfpeac 50 bia. 

p. 26. Caimc an cpac nbna (by Macleaghlaim O'Higgin). 

ibid. TTlaipcc ceib cap coil aacap (by Teige Ballach 
O'Daly). 

p. 27. Olc loccap ap luag lei5ip (by Fergal, son of 
Donald roe Mac an Bhaird). 

ibid. Cpom an puanpa q\\ hpiol a&uim. 

p. 28. TTIicib bo cuibpeac a cuipp, 
V/\i\/^(^v*s<-ibid. Qmuipe mop, aiiiion pocuip ap pluag aipachc 
'^^ (by Donogh Mor). 

p. 29. Cpan copuib cpoc in coimbe. 

p. 30. paba beopaigeacb na nbaome. 

ibid. Ma beic poifipi bon piogain. 

p. 32. bean ba mac macaip lopa. 

p. 33. maic 1 maicpibeap buib. 

ibid, cuap paipgi poigibe 66. 



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p. 34. buailpift t)ia a buille buipe (by Philip Bos 
O'Higgin). 

p. 35 is nearly illegible. A fresh poem begins near the 
bottom. 

p. 36. TTlaipcc TTieallup muipn an Gpioguil. 

p. 37. paOa 5up haicigeaO eipe. 

ibid. Cpi ceacpap nio capuio anma. 

p. 38. TTIaic an pgeulaioe an pcpiopcuip. 

p. 39. CiG 00 peucpa& aipni eigm. 

p. 40. Qno maceipt) cpocuipe t)e. 

p. 41. CuccaO t)a eocaip t)on eaglaip. 

ibid. 5"^ 50 gcapcap capui& piup. 

p. 42. Seocc Ocpoigci mo cip t)ucai&. 

p. 43. t)eipea& caipoeapa coiiiaipearii. 

p. 44. 5obcap banact) o&alca. 

p. 45, Cogbam cpoc anoeas 06. 

p. 46. Ceio anmaic amuga. 

ibid. San tjominic pa &ucpacO (by Philip Bos). 

p. 47. Imoa peap puipgi 05 pan maipcpeag. 

p. 48. beginning illegible. 

ibid, beaj na papaoigeaft pan ppoinpiop. 

p. 49. "Ni bao&lac bpeicam 6a ai&ni. 

p. 50. . . . cunsnaTh larii caipOib. 

p. 51. 6ip0 pern culpa amic muipi. 

ibid. Ceicepn coilli clano aOuini. 

p. 52. 6n la coine 05 cloin a&uiih. 

p. 53. Gn 5ui&e apacpeioe cion. 

ibid. t)poiceaD na bpeaccac paip t)e. 

p. 54. TDaips nac molafi macaip t)e. 

ibid. Cuip poigioe pe peipg nOe. 

p. 55. longnaft 00 cop a colon. 

ibid. Uapal a cainm eoin bpuine. 

ibid. Ma hapt)a& huaill a &uine. 

ibid. Cpiup pi cainig 50 ceac nt)6. 

p. 56. 6ipt) peO mola& a itieic t)6. 

p, 57. Cpuag cpogbail a imp cuint). Written nth 
January, 1614, by Brian, son of Torlogh Fitzpatrick. The 
same who transcribed the whole volume, as appears by a note 
at the foot of the page. The poem is a farewell to Ireland. 

p. 58. beginning illegible, but from the legible part there 
is reason (says O'Reilly), to believe that the first line was 
Qnan copmac C151 ceariipac. 

ibid, puac copmaic ci§i ceariipac. 

p. 59. blank. 

p. 60. Cuille peapa ap Gipint) 015. This contains only 
the first thirty-nine ranns of this topographical poem ; then 
follow two blank leaves. A leaf has been torn out here. 



364 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



p. 6i. Le t)ip cuiyiceap clu laigean (by Murtogh O'CofFey 
on Hugh O'Byrne and Alexander M'Donnell). 

ibid. t)o cog me maicne OoTiiniiill (on the M'Donnells^, 

p. 62. t)ia Oom peiceam a^ F^^^PS nt)6. 

p. 63. Pedigree of the MacDonalds of Scotland. 

p. 64. Cuiiiimg focap hpiol gcolla. 

p. 65. Qipgialla apO mopa uaiple. 

ibid, eipt) pe peancup piol scolla, 

1341 fol. membr. et chart, s. xvi. (?) 

A Medical Treatise. 

The first 10 and last 8 leaves which are vellum appear to 
have belonged to one book, and to have been separated in 
order to serve as a cover for the intervening 144 paper 
leaves, which are of more modern writing. Of the vellum 
leaves, the first group treat of various symptoms and 
disorders, the last group of materia medica. Space is left 
for ornamental initials. A smaller vellum leaf is inserted 
at the beginning. It contains a fragment of a medical 
tract. 

1342 4to chart., a.d. 1748. 
Miscellaneous. 

Contains : i. A fragment of Keating's History of Ireland. 

2. The Vision of Merlino. 

3. On the coming of Antichrist. 

Prefixed are a table of contractions ; rules for finding the 
Golden Number, etc. 

1343 4to. membr., s. xv. 
Medical Treatises. 

1. On Diseases fF. 23. Imperfect at beginning and 
end. 

2. Alphabetical List of Plants, etc., used in Medicine, 
with account of their properties. The headings are coloured 
red, and space is left for ornamental initials, of which, 
however, only the first is supplied : ff. 30. At the end is the 
transcriber's name, Aedh Buide O'Leigin (Lane), and the 
date 1415. 

3. ' Hie incipiunt virtutes aque vite ardentis.' In the 
same hand as the preceding. 

4. Fragment of a medical tract, AT. 2. 

5. A Medical treatise on evacuations, phlebotomy, etc., 
ff. 15. Imperfect at the beginning. 

6. Treatise on Diseases, ff. 6. Imperfect at the end. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 365 



1344 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Miscellaneous Tales, etc. 

1. The Pursuit of Dermod and Graini, pp. 64. 

2. John O'Connell's Poetical History of Ireland, pp. 9^. 

3. John O'Dugan's metrical rules for finding Easter, etc., 
pp. 9. 

4. Adventures of Aongus, son of Firdeach, 33J pp. 

5. Tale of the Death of the sons of Usneach, 18 pp. 

6. Tale of the Death of the son of the king of Spain, 
killed in battle by Osgar, son of Oisin, 23 pp. 

7. The Tale of Bruighion Caorthain, 30 pp. 

8. Adventures of Mac-an-Fhiolar, 56 pp. 

9. The Death of the children of Tuirion, a story of the 
Tuatha de Danann, 40 pp. 

10. Adventures of Abhlaicce (daughter of the king of 
Scotland) and Carroll O'Daly. A modern composition, 
lb pp. 

11. The Parliament of the Clann Thomas; a satire on 
the Cromwellian Settlers. 22 pp. 

12. Dialogue between the Body and the Soul. 10 pp. 

13. Life of St. Margaret, 10 pp. 

14. Poetical account of the battle of Gabhra in Meath, 
in which the Fenian host was destroyed. Begins Imp Duin 
a Oipin, 8 pp. 

15. Poem beg. Qcaim liom puaica lom&a. 2 pp. 

lb. An Irish Grammar, in English, compiled from 
O'Molloy's Grammar, and another written in Louvain, 
A.D. i66g, 42 pp. 

17. O'Flaherty's historical and chronological poem on 
Ireland in Latin, 18 pp., beg. Ogygiae mihi carmen erunt 
primordia terrae. 

18. Three short poems by Donald O'Huallachan, 4 pp. 

19. Poem beg. Cnoc an aip an cnocpo ciapi. Imperfect. 
This is the beginning of a poem attributed to Oisin. 

1345 i2mo chart., s. xviii. 

A Collection of Ancient Historical Poems. 3 vols. 
Collected and transcribed by Maurice Gorman. 

It is not necessary to catalogue the contents in detail, the 
poems being all such as have been already mentioned as 
occurring in ancient MSS. This copy is of course more 
easily legible by an ordinary reader, the contractions being 
expanded. 



366 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1346 4to, min. chart., s. xviii. 

Miscellaneous, Verse and Prose. 

1. The lomarbaidh or Contention of the Bards, contain- 
ing poems by Torna Eigeas, Teige M'Daire, Lughaidh 
O'Clery, Robert McArthur, Hugh O'Donall, Boetius roe 
MacEgan, Anluain MacEgan, Fearfeasa O'Cainte, MacDer- 
mod, and Art Oge O'KeefFe, 42 pp. Imperfect. On the 
last page is written the pedigree of O'Moghain. 

2. Lamentation for the death of Philip, son of Hugh 
O'Reilly, 5 pp. 

3. Poem by Donogh O'Muirghiosa, beg. t)eac eoluip na 
heigpi aot), 2 pp. 

4. Poem by Fergal MacTomais, beg. maips t)0 nt beiniin 
t)a 6oi$, 4 pp. 

5. Poem by MacBroidin, beg. Cuippeab CuTnaom aip 
cloinn cdil. Imperfect, i p. 

6. Several pedigrees (' full of errors,' O'Reilly). 15 pp. 

7. Short extracts from poems, 2 pp. 

8. Poem by Giolla Brighide Mac Coinmhidhe, beg. 
Ceanppopc Gipent) Qpb TDaeha, i p. 

9. Pedigree of Magennis, 2 pp. 

10. Poem from the Psalter of Cashel, beg. puapap a 
Salcaip Caipil, i p. Imperfect. 

11. On singing, 2 pp. 

12. Poem beg. plan uaim aig oileipeachc ppabpaij. 
Here the transcriber signs his name, with date, ' Hugh 
O'Daly, 1726,' I p. 

13. Poem beg. loc beapj aon poga na hGipenb, 3 pp. 

14. Angus O'Daly's poem, beg. Gipb pem culpa a itiic 
TTiuipe, 2 pp. 

15. Poem beg. TTIaipcc lejip a ptin pip pem, ^ p. 

16. Poem beg. "Na beaca 50 ccoiriieut)ai& t)ia. 3 pp. 

17. Pedigree of O'Flaherty. 

18. Poem beg. Gipt) pe pencup pi6l Colla, 5 pp. 

19. Short extracts, 5 pp. 

29. John O'Dugan's poem on the kings of Leinster, 5 pp. 

21. St. Columcille's poem, beg. pia cpi cuiii t)0 pliochc 
an puai&, 2 pp. 

22. Verses beg. Coimne a &uine cm ^up cpe. i p. 

23. Maurice O'Daly's poem on the Fitzgeralds. 10 pp. 

24. Tract on the Ogams. 4 pp. 

25. Tuilgne O'Maolconaire's poem on the Lagenians. 

7PP- 

26. Some pedigrees, 2 pp. 

27. Fergal oge Mac an Bhaird's poem, beg. TTlop c6ip 
cdic aip epic Loigen. 4 pp. 



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28. Poem beg. TTlaips t)ap C0TnpaTiai& an colafi, i p. 

29. John O'Higgin's poem, beg. Cm ceancup a&mac 
naoipan. i p. 

30. Angus O'Daly's poem, beg. Ssel capsriiap do paimj 
pa cpiocaib pail, i p. 

31. Teige dall O'Higgin's poem, beg. Seapcmna ip &uic 
Q01& na lei 5 a bpaill, i p. 

32. Doighre O'Daly's poem, beg. Cia ap uaiple t>0 
LaigneacaiB, 2 pp. At the bottom of the second page is a 
pedigree of McGillikelly. Written by Hugh O'Daly in 1750. 

33. Life of St. Kevin, 21 pp. 

34. Poem by John O'Dugan on Hugh, son of John O'Daly. 
lonriiuin com cac t>ocap me. 3 pp. 

35. Pedigrees and imperfect poems, 18 pp. 

36. Poem by William, son of Baron Delvin, beg. t)ioinbu& 
cpiall 6 culcaib pail, ij p. 

37. Some imperfect pedigrees. i\ pp. 

1347 i2mo chart., s. xviii. 

Treatise on Versification, with Selection of Poems to 
illustrate the different kinds. 

1. English translation of the Prosody published in 
Molloy's Irish Grammar, ff. 39. 

2. Molloy's dedicatory poem in Irish, fF. 2. 

3. Poem by Flann, son of Owen M'Grath, beg. Golad me 
ap Ttieipge an lapla, ff. 6. 

4. By Giolla Brighide M'Coinmhidh, beg. Dean opum 
qi6cuipe a cpiofioiD, fF. 4. 

5. By Geoffrey fionn O'Daly, beg. pa n5nfompa6 
ThepDap mcRi6§, ff. 6. 

6. Poem beg. Do cuic a cloc ctiil D'6fpin, ff. 6. 

7. By Maolmuire O'Gearain, beg. Cuap pige pac 
cigeapna, ff. 4. 

8. ByEochaidh O'Heodhusa, beg. paDa I6icceap Garhum 
inaoncorha, ff. 4. 

9. Beg. mcc Capran cpiac na n-ech peang, ff. 3. 

10. Beg. inaip5 I61510P a ptin le mnaoi, ff. 2. 

11. Beg. Tllaips Do beip 5pa&a Do mnaoi, ff. 2. 

12. By Feanflatha O'Gnimh, poet to the O'Neills of Clan- 
naboy in the i6th century, beg. TTlo cpuag map acdiD 
5aoiDil, ff. 3. 

13. Beg. beannocc ap aninuin Gipionn, ff. 2. 

14. By Geoffrey fionn O'Daly, beg. Tllaipg nieallup 
muipn an cpaogail, ff. 6. 

15. Beg. lom&a ps^al maic aip TTlhuipe, ff. 4. 



368 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1 6. Dr. Geoffrey Keating's Eulogium on Teige O' Coffey, a 
harper, beg. Cm an cpaoi le peinnceap an cpuic, ff. 2. 
(This is not quoted as an example of versification). 

1348 izmo chart., s. xviii. 

* Clerii Reges et Sancti Hibernise,* 2 vols. 
Transcribed by Maurice Gorman about 1770. 

Vol. I. contains : 

1. a peim piogpai&e; or Regal Catalogue, by Michael 
O'Clery, pp. 95. 

2. Regal Catalogue in verse, by Giolla Caomhain 
O'Cuirnin, 

3. Another metrical regal catalogue, by Giolla Modhuda 
O'Cassidy. 

Vol. II. contains : 

1. Metrical Genealogy of the Irish Saints, by Eochaidh 
Eigeas O'Cleireachan, pp. 53. 

2. Pedigrees of the Irish Saints, in prose, pp. 114. 

1349 4to min. chart., c. 1700. 
Cormac's advice to his son Carbri. 

"Quae sequuntur, Hibernic6 scripta, ex antiquo codice 
membranaceo fideliter exaravit vir utriusque Scotiae His- 
toriarum et linguae peritissimus, D. Joannes Beaton." 

At the beginning of the volume are some immaterial notes 
in Welsh. 

This and the following seven items are part of the 
Sebright collection. 

1350 4to min. chart., s. xvii. 

Mirror of the Sacrament of Penance, by Dr. Hugh 
M'Cawell, pp. 271, impf. 

This work was printed at Louvain, a.d. 161 8. The 
author was afterwards titular Archbishop of Armagh. 

1351 4to min. chart, s. xviii. 

Poems and Romantic Tales, ff. 48. 

The Romantic Tales are: The Fray at Almhain, and 
Bruighean Eochadh Beg Deirg. 

The Poems are mostly Fenian, or such as are attributed 
to Oisin. The ms. is of little value. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 369 

1352 4to min. chart. 

Poem on the Life of our Lord, pp. 198. 
Wants the first leaf. 

1353 4to min. chart., s. xviii. 
Dr. Keating' s Key Shield of the Mass. 

Written in 1729 by Patrick Sanford. 

1354 4to min. chart., s. xviii. 
Keating' s History of Ireland, and Miscellanea. 

Keating's History occupies 162 flf. 
The miscellaneous contents are : 

Pedigrees of the most noted families of the ancient Irish. 

f. 207. Prophecies attributed to St. Columcille in three 

poems, viz. : f. 207, Ciucpa aimrip a bpeanain ; f. 208, 

aipiiti a booicin basais; f. 210, Gipb piom a bpoicm 
ba&aig. 

At the end is the date 1713. 
f. 211. t)eap5 puGcap Connuill Ceapnais- 
f. 212. Short poem, beg. Claoibceap an peapcbu&eap&a. 
f. 217. Poem attributed to Oisin, beg. TTlop anocc mo 
cuTTia pem. 

f. 219. John O'Connell's Account of Ireland, in verse, 
f. 229. Account of Ceamach O'Donneli (prose). 

1355 4to min. chart., s. xvii. 
Tales and Poems. 

Eochaidh O'Heodhusa's poem, beg. : 

1. Q ThoccoiTh bealbcp a nt>dn, i p. 

2. Poem, beg. Q clan lonsancac imiopccc Cem ip ip, 

1 p. 

3. The Romantic Tale of Peip cige Conoin, flf. 25. At 
the end is the name of the scribe, Cathal Mc Sherry, 1686. 

4. Part of O'Dugan's metrical rules for finding Easter, 
etc., f. I. 

5. Pedigree of O'Mulvey, f. i. 

6. Tale of the children of Lir and the death of Largnen, 
king of Connaught, ff. 10. 

7. Dialogue between body and soul, ff. 4. 

8. Poem by Aodh Mac Aingil (Hugh M'Cowell, after- 
wards titular Archbishop of Armagh), beg. Q pip peucup 
UGic on cnaim, 4 pp. 

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9. Poem, beg. La ba pabap ap maibm 50 pacanad, 

3PP- 

10. Story of the death of the son of the king of Spain, 
killed by Oscar, son of Oisin, 21 pp. 

11. Short poem, beg. 1 mbeula6 cille no a mb6ul 
poippi. 

12. Adventures of the sons of the king of na Hioruaidhe, 

ff. 37- 

13. The Feast of Fionn Mc Cumhaill and the Fenian 

host, imperfect, pp. 4. 

1356 4to chart., a.d. 1728. 

Poems, etc. 

Transcribed in 1728 by Stephen Rice. 

The lomarbadh ; or, contest between the bards of Munster, 
Connaught, and Ulster. 

This includes all the poems in No. 1281, and several 
others also, forming part of the lomarbadh, pp. 1-86 and 

153-197- 
pp. 89-151 are ten poems by Teige dall O'Higgin, Cor- 

mac O'Higgin, Eochaidh O'Heoghusa, William oge Mac 

an Bhaird, Donall son of Giolla na Naomh, Donall Chnuic 

an Bhilis, and O'Dugan. 

p. 197 begins a series of poems, mostly anonymous; but 
some with the names of O'Dugan, Mac Brodin, O'Mael- 
conaire, O'Duigena, O'Daly Fionn, Donogh Mor O'Daly, 
Maurice Oge Fitzgerald, O'Huallaghan. 

p. 262. 'A Dialogue between Nine Jurors and J. D[alton] 
at Mrs. White's house, before they enter the Court to take 
the Oath of Abjuration.' In English verse, beg. 'When 
learned authors hold it safe to swear.' 

p. 271. The Sgiathluireach of St. Columcille. Qingeal 
t)6 t)om &ion. 

p. 281. Dr. Keating's Cpi biopjaoice an bdip. 

p. 390. St. Fiech's Hymn on St. Patrick, with Colgan's 
translation. 

p. 401. St. Secundinus' Hymn on St, Patrick (Latin). 

p. 404. Three Hymns in praise of St. Columcille (Latin). 

p. 413. Hymn on St. Brigid, with Colgan's translation. 

p. 412. St. Kilian's Life of St. Brigid, from Colgan. 

p. 486. Hymn on St. Brigid (Latin). 

p. 490. Another from the Office of St. Brigid, printed at 
Paris in 1622. 

pp. 501-592. Miscellaneous Poems (but 511-515 is the 
beginning of a grammar, Irish and English). 



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p. 592. An Irish Grammar (in Irish). 

p. 626. An Irish Prosody (defective). 

p. 669. Things to be avoided in poetry. 

On p. 674 is a memorandum stating that the Grammar 
and Prosody were copied at Rome, 5th March, 1660, from the 
book of Tuileagna O'Maolconaire by Thomas MacMahon, a 
friar. Another mem. follows, stating that the present copy 
was made from M'Mahon's, 24th June, 1728, by Stephen 
Rice. 

p. 678. Two Irish epigrams. 

p. 679. Keating's 'On pgeal t)0 cpaift mag pail. 

p. 680. Conor M'Criomthain's song on Esther Lane. 

After 7 blank leaves ; 

Adventures of Leithin, flf. 6. 

The Getting of Cormac's Branch, ff. 4. 

1357 4to min. chart., s. xv. (.?) 

Medical Treatises. 

1. De Urina. In Latin hexameters, with Irish expla- 
nations. Begins, ' Dicitur urina quum fit in renibus una,' 
pp. 30. At the head of p. i and several other pp. is ' textus 
Egidii.' 

2. De Urina. Begins, 'Urina est colamentum sanguinis 
at humorum.' Proceeds in Irish, with occasional Latin 
headings. At the end is a table interpreting albus, lactea, 
etc. This is the same as in the preceding, but with further 
notes in Irish, pp. 27. 

3. De Urina. Beg., * Urina est colamentum sanguinis et 
est duarum rerum proprie significativa.' This consists of a 
series of Latin sentences interpreted in Irish, pp. 10. The 
last 8 pp. are in a later hand. 

4. De Febre. Begins : * Febris est calor innaturalis 
mutatus in ingneum.' This also consists of Latin sentences 
with interpretation in Irish, pp. 18 impf. 

5. Begins imperfect, ' Intelligendum quod quicunque fac- 
turus est longas itineraciones.' In Latin and Irish. This 
consists mainly of an explanation of medical terms, as 
* Alopecia est cassus capillorum cum ulceribus sive squamis 
et furfuribus,' 6 pp. 

6. Begins : [' Sjicut scribit Galienus octauo de iuuamentis 
membrorum.' On disorders of the eyes, ears, nose, stomach, 
etc. Latin and Irish. In three places a space has been left 
for the Irish explanations, which have not been supplied. 
28 pp. 

7. De hepate, de matrice, de partu etc., pp. 11. 

8. Begins : ' Ingeni uires modicis conatibus impar 

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materies onerosa premit perplexa figuris' . . . Latin and 
Irish, pp. 10. 

9. A short pharmacopoeia, pp. 11. 

10. A Medical Dictionary. Technical terms not medical 
are included, ex. gr. Astronomica, Grammatica. The expla- 
nations are in Latin and Irish, 39 pp- 

11. 'Quatuor sunt principia naturae, materia forma pri- 
vacio et anatia' (seu anadya). These are then explained 
and subdivided (Latin and Irish), 2 pp. 

12. The medical characteristics of the months of the year. 
In Latin verse, no Irish. 

1358 4to min. chart, s. xviiii. 
Laws, Poems, etc. 

1. The rights of the king of Cashel, extracted from the 
Leabhar na Ceart, ff. 2. 

2. Cathan O'Duinin's genealogical poem, beg. Gipct)i$e 
pe coiThneap bup ccac, ff. 6. 

3. Various pedigrees, mostly of the Munster tribes, ff. 75. 
At the end is ' Genealogia Familiae Sullivanicae quantum 
assecutus sum.' Probably written by Dr. Francis Sullivan. 

4. Treatise on the rights and duties of different ranks, 38 
pp. 

5. Law tract on the rights, etc., of the different orders of 
poets, 9 pp. 

6. Extract from ancient laws. At the end are a few lines 
in the Ogam Coll. 9 pp. 

7. Account of King Cormac Mac Art, 5 pp. 

8. Poem on the erection of Tara and the privileges of the 
kings, beg. t)aile na piog Certipac, 42 pp. 

9. Catalogue of the kings of Munster, 5 pp., followed by 
ID. John O'Dugan's poem on the same kings, 6 pp. 

11. Metrical catalogue of the kings of Meath, 4^ pp. 

12. Dialogue between Fionn and Ailbe, 3 pp. 

13. Angus Ceile D^s poem: Q&ani acaip ppuic aip 
plua$, 9 pp. 

14. Extract from the Psalter of Cashel, 3 pp. 

15. Three short poems on the history of Munster, 8 pp. 
The first, which occupies 4 pp., is signed Hugh O'Daly, 1745. 

1359 4to chart., a.d. 1766. 

O' Flaherty's Irish Grammar and Dictionary. 

I. An Irish Grammar, composed by the Rev. Father 
O Flaherty, lector in the Irish College in Rome in the 
year 1653, ff. 18. 

2. An Irish-English Dictionary by the same, ff. 77. 

Transcribed by Maurice Gorman, a.d. 1766. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 373 

1360 4to min. chart., s. xviii. (1742). 

Collection of Poems, pp. 304. Transcribed by Hugh 
O'Daly, A.D. 1742. 

Contains poems by the O'Dalys, O'Higgins, Mac an 
Bhairds, etc., and a few of those attributed to Oisin, par- 
ticularly two on the battle of Gabhra. There are also some 
more modern poems written about a.d. 1630, including the 
Si05Ui&e Roiiianac. 

1361 ' 4to min. chart., s. xviii. 

Poems and Dictionary. Written by Teige O'Neach- 
tan in the years 17 25- 1729. 

1. Poems by Teige O'Neachtan and his father John 
O'Neachtan, with copies of poems by the most esteemed 
bards, of which, however, there are more ancient copies in 
the Library. 

2. Copy of a Treatise on Irish Prosody. 

3. An Irish-English Dictionary, with two supplements, 
ff. 169. Probably the large folio Dictionary No. 1290 was 
compiled by the author from these three. 

4. Extracts and memoranda, fF. 4. 

1362 4to min. chart., s. xvii. (1691). 

Tales. 

A collection of the most ancient popular tales of Cuchullin, 
Conall Ceamach, Fergus Mac Roigh, Curai ^lac Daire, and 
others of the knights of the Red Branch. 

Written in Scotland by Caillain Campbell, 1691. 

This and the following nine items are part of the Lhwyd or 
Sebright collection. 

1363 Membr. et chart. 

Miscellanea. 

I. — Membr. 7" x 5", ff. 9, contains : 

p. I. Dialogue between Colimficille and Dalian Forgail. 

p. 3. Story of Conor Mac Nessa. 

p. 4. Law tract on the rights, etc., of the different 
degrees of bards. Imperfect. The last leaf seems to 
have been used as the cover of this booklet. The verso 
is wholly illegible ; the recto, scarcely legible, contains 
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II. — Membr., 5V x 4^", ff. 9. Historical matters relating to 
Meidhbh, Queen of Connaught. 

III. — Membr., 7" x 5", p. 36. Fragment of a vocabulary, f. i. 

IV. — p. 38. Poem beg. TTIaijis t)0 cuiyi bocpiop a bpain. 
p. 37. Poem beg. t)o bt mipe la hei5in (imperfect). 
p. 42. Birth of Conor Mac Nessa. 

p. 43. Story of Mongan, continued on pp. 40, 41, and 
then on p. 46. 

p. 45. Historical extracts. 

p. 56. Qualifications and qualities of man. 

p. 64. On the seven orders of poets (imperfect). 

p. 68. Fragments of laws. 

V. — Membr. A fragment treating of the discovery of Ireland 
by Ith. 

VI. — Leaves of different books, of no consequence. 

VII. — Fragment of a paper book, written a.d. 1700. 
p. I. Account of king David, son of Solomon, 
p. 7. Death of Philip the Apostle. 
p. 9. Death of Andrew the Apostle. 

p. 14. On the preaching of the Word of God by James, 
son of Zebedee. 

p. 20. Some account of St. Anselm (imperfect). 

VIII. — Fragment of an ancient vellum book, much injured by 
wet. 

p. I. Poems (some illegible). 
p. 39. Extract from St. Bernard, 
p. 57. The Uraicepht of Feirceirtne. 

IX. — The Book of Oghams of Cinnfaoladh. 

Fragment of a vellum book containing some ancient his- 
torical poems : 

Cpoin a heanbup aicme peapgup. 
tJpiGcpa 005016 Connacc Loijnec. 
60IU15 m 005016 clcnn Pep50ip. 
Cia anoip son oilc an ceaneac. 
Lmb 5an cpagaft emeac TJllcac. 
pm a cui5ea& epic Oppaigi. 
TTleanTna pibail ac pil Sogain. 
TTIapcain le mac Concobap. 
Gipbeg b'am conieapnain. 

1364 i2mo chart., a.d. 1717. 

Moral Tracts, Litanies, etc. 



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1365 I zmo chart., A.D. 1757. 

Poems, etc. 

, Contains bad copies of miscellaneous Irish poems, and 
an imperfect copy of an Irish grammar, originally written at 
Louvain. Copied by Teige M'Namara, a.d. 1757. 

1366 5" X 3^" chart. 
Tale of O'Daly and Genealogies. 

1. The romantic tale of Carroll O'Daly and Farbhlath, 
daughter of the king of Scotland, ff. 24. 

2. Genealogical tables of several Irish families, and of 
some of the first English settlers. 

1367 6" X i\" chart., a.d. 1701. 

Miscellaneous. 

p. I. Dialogue between Body and Soul. 

P- 55- Genealogical tables. 

p. 118. Carroll oge O'Daly's poem to Elinor Cavanagh. 

pp. 120-169. Some short poems written by John O'Sulli van, 
A.D. 1701. 

1368 6" X 4" chart., c. 1700. 
Miscellaneous. 

Chiefly in the handwriting of Edw. Lhwyd. 

1. An Irish-English vocabulary. 

2. ' Notes from Florence M'Carti's narrative of the origin 
of the Irish.' 

1369 7"x4"chart., c. 1700. 
Parry's Vocabulary, etc. 

The vocabulary (English and Irish) is in the handwriting 
of D. Parr)', and is classified under subjects. There is also 
included 'Mr. Robert Kirke's small Highland vocabulary' 
(7 PP-) ; the first chapter of Genesis in Irish, but with Welsh 
orthography ; a short list of persons in Scotland possessing 
ancient MSS. Also a copy of an old charter * communi- 
cated by Principal Dimlop at Glascow.* 



376 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1370 i2mo chart., a.d. 1704. 

Irish Grammar and Prosody (in Irish), pp. 174. 

Transcribed by John O'Sullivan from the Book of Tuilgne 
O'Maolconaire. A memorandum of O'Sullivan at the end 
states that it was communicated by Jeremiah Pepyat, a book- 
seller in Dublin. 

1371 i2mo chart., a.d. 1730. 
Irish Grammar, etc. 

Written by James Silk, a.d. 1730. (The grammar rules 
are in English.) 

Also, Dr. Keating's poem, beg. 015 bpeosac an cpiogal 
'p na huThlai& t>6. And a Tract on Penance: the Litany of 
the Blessed Virgin. 

1372 4to min. chart., a.d. 1668. 

Genealogies of the principal families in Ireland, both 
of the natives and of the early English settlers 
(imperfect). 

1373 4to min. chart., a.d. 1703. 
Collection of Poems. 

Transcribed by James Fergus, Feb. 1 70! . Contains Poems 
of which older and better copies are in other vols, in this 
Library. It includes Giolla Brighide O'Heodhusa's address 
to a friend who changed his religion, which is accompanied 
by a translation into English by Dr. M . 

At the end are English poems, viz. ' The paines of purga- 
torie fire '; the Lamentations of the Virgin Mary ' over the 
child Jesus lyeing in the manger,' * att her flight to Egypt,' 
' att the passion of our Lord Jesus.' 

1374 4to min. chart., a.d. 1722. 
Collection of Poems, etc. 

Contains bad copies of some trifling poems. On the Con- 
tempt of the World; the Story of the Great Fool ; six poems 
by diff"erent authors ; Dialogue between the Soul and the 
Body; and a fragment of an Irish Grammar. Written by 
Edmund Murray and Hugh O'Daly. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 377 



1375 i2mo chart., a.d. 1685. 
Collection of Poems, etc. 

Written in 1685 byCormac McPharlane. In some places 
hardly legible. At the end is ' A Net for Fishers of Men.' 
Copied from a tract printed at Douai in 1685, The preface 
is signed IrvinMcCulagh. 

1376 1 2mo chart., A.D. 1702. 
Collection of Tales. 

Includes : ' The Death of Cuchulin ' ; ' the Finding of 
Cormac's branch ' ; * the Feis tighe Chonain.' 

1377 i2mo chart., s. xviii. 
Genealogical Tables (imperfect). 

In the handwriting of Hugh O'Daly. 

1378 1 2mo chart., s. xviii. 
Poems and Genealogies. 

Contains a few pedigrees in the beginning, and some 
historical poems, of which older and better copies are in this 
Library. 

1379 i8mo chart., a.d. 1727. 
Poems, etc. 

Poem by James McCuairt (or Courtney) on the Battle of 
Aughrim, preceded by a fragment of a historical poem, and 
followed by a fragment of a religious tract. 

1380 i8mo chart., a.d. 1703. 

The Oxford Almanack for 1703, interleaved with an 
abstract of Irish Grammar and Prosody in Latin. 

1381 1 8mo chart., A.D. 1684. 

Collection of Poems. 

These poems are of little value; written in 1684 by 
Torlogh O'Reilly. 



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1382 4to chart., A.D. 1703. 
Poems, etc. 

By Donogh Mor O'Daly, Philip O'Higgin, Dr. Keating, 
and others. Written on the Continent about 1630 to 1650. 
Copies of these are to be found in another book written by 
the same scribe, John O'SuUivan, and previously described. 
Pp. 95-119 contain historical extracts in prose. The cover 
consists of a fragment of a theological treatise, 2 fF. vellum. 

1383 4to min. chart., s. xvii. 
Religious Tracts and Poems. 

Imperfect and much damaged by damp and smoke. 

1384 fol. chart., s. xviii. 
Miscellaneous. 

1. Fragment on the Creation of Adam, etc. 

2. Story of Suibhne Meann, with other historical extracts. 

3. Poem of fifty questions, beg. layipaisit) lib coecaic 
ceapc. 

4. Finghin M'FIann's poem, beg. Q pip cpiall cpiallup 
171 peel. 

5. Poem beg. pianna bacap m Gmain. Naming the 
various battles in which the most notable princes fell. 

6. Eochaid O'Kevin's Poem of forty questions, beg. 
Qppait) a eolca elga. 

These Poems are accompanied by an interlined gloss. 

1385 i2mo chart., c. 1700. 
Miscellaneous Tracts. 

1. A Catechism. 

2. Irish translations of Latin Hymns in the Roman Brev- 
iary, with some original moral poems, and some old historical 
poems, damaged by wet. 

This book formerly belonged to Rev. John Carpenter, 
afterwards titular Archbishop of Dublin. 

1386 fol membr., c. 1400. 
Treatise on Materia Medica, ff. 27. 

Alphabetically arranged. Some articles wanting. The 
spaces left (in the first 24 ff.) for ornamental initials have 
not been filled. The last 3 ff. are in a different hand, and 
seem to have belonged to a different book. In these no 
spaces are left for initials. 

At the end is a translation of a few of the articles (12 ppO* 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 379 

1387 fol membr., s, xv. (?) 
Brehon Law Tracts, fif. 16. 

Extracts from Laws of diflferent Breitheamhs, with com- 
mentaries written by a scribe named John MacAodhagan 
(or MacEgan). The MacEgans were hereditary judges to 
several ancient tribes. The first folio is numbered twenty, 
the numbering proceeding to thirty-five. 

1388 4to min. chart., c. 1600. 

The Aphorisms of Hippocrates, Latin and Irish 
(imperfect), ff 18. 

1389 4to min. chart., s. xviii. 
'Corhaiple Chaco, the Advice of Cato,' 6 ff. 

Written by Maurice Gorman. 

1390 Oblong chart., A.D. 1736. 

Collection of Poems, ff. 22. 

Contains bad copies of a few of the poems of Donogh 
Mor O'Daly and GioUa Brighide O'Heoghusa. Written by 
Hugh O'Daly in 1736. 

1391 fol. et infra chart. 

Miscellanea (a parcel unbound). 

I. I. Eleg}- on Donogh, who died 1738. Imperfect. 

2. O'Gearain's Elegy on the daughter of Owen, beg. 
p6ac opoTTi mgion eojain. 57 ranns: translated in Miss 
Brooke's Reliques. 

3. Elegy on the Lord of Hy Currin, Lieut.-General of 
Ireland, by John O'Conway. 29 ranns ; imperfect. 

4. Some pedigrees, imperfect, and two short poems on 
Teige Roe Mc Namara, the second by Andrew Mc Curtin. 

5. Poem ascribed to Columcille. 

II. Consists of 30 leaves in the handwriting of Maurice 
Gorman. It contains copies of some ancient poems and 
tracts, with interlined gloss. 

1. A satirical poem, beg. Qicneift 6am h6ma pe haoi, 
2 pp., 4to. 

2. Testament of Moran, son of Maoin, flF. 7. 

3. The precepts of King Cormac to his son Cairbre, 
ff. 16. 



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4. Proverbs or Aphorisms, fF. 2. 

5. John O'Maolconaire's poem, beg. puaip bpeipne a 
t)iol bo hpaoglan, \\.o, flf. 3. 

III. Arms of the 12 tribes of Israel. 

IV. Part of an Index and Glossary to some Irish book. 

V. A fragment in folio which appears to contain part of the 
Leabhar Gabhala, ff. 19. 
VI. Index to the Leabhar Gabhala. 

VII. Some loose unconnected leaves. 

1392 chart., f. xviii., in a case. 

Edw. Lhwyd's Papers. 

Contains i. 4to. Grammatica Latino-Hibernica. Written 
at Louvain, 19th September, 1699. A note is added : * Copia 
vera. Hanc grammaticam paulo mutatam Romae edidit 
Mollovius A. 1677.' This is doubtless the MS. grammar 
mentioned by Lhwyd, p. 299, pp. 51. Followed by a treatise, 
De Poesi, dated at the end 1706. 

2. Oblong 13" X 8". Explanation of Irish names of places 
addressed to Edw. Lhwyd ; also : the autograph of the verses 
addressed to him by Robert Campbell {ArchcBol. after the 
Preface), with a few other papers of no importance. 

3. 16" X 11". Fragment of a comparative vocabulary of 
Latin, Cornish, and Armoric, from Ob to the end of the 
alphabet. This is much less full than the comparative 
vocabulary in the Archceologia, yet many words are given 
which are not there. 

The Cornish is generally quoted with Lh. added. Some 
of the Armoric words appear to have been written by a 
Frenchman. 

This is followed by a list of Latin words from Nadir to 
the end of the alphabet, with spaces left for the insertion of 
Celtic and Armoric words ; but many of these spaces have 
never been filled. 

4. The Welsh Preface to the Archoeologia. 

This seems to be the copy handed to the printer, as it has 
on the margin directions to the printer. It only extends to 
the end of the third printed page. 

5. Two Armoric Vocabularies. 

The first 1 1 pp. (except for one line under B) begins with 
C ; the second (6 pp.), in a different hand, begins with Di, 
and does not proceed beyond Se. They differ very much as 
to the words included. The second was written by a French- 
man (the English is added by another hand) ; it contains a 
few of the words in the vocabulary printed by Lhwyd. The 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 381 



first contains words not in the printed book. It has a sup- 
plementary page to the letter G. There are 4 pp. of a Latin 
Armoric vocabulary containing only the letters P Q R S. 
There is included in this portion an imperfect copy of a 
charter relating to the Abbey of Strata Florida. 

6. Ms. The Irish Grammar, printed in the Archmologia 
(imperfect). Also 4 pp. of Notes relating to Irish Pronun- 
ciation and Orthography, written by Edw. Lhwyd. 

7. Various fragments of the Irish Preface to Lhwyd's 
Irish-English Dictionary, ArchcBologia, pp. 310 sqq. 

8. Part of the printed text of Lhwyd's Irish-English 
Dictionary*, with copious MS. notes and additions by 
O'Flaherty, author of ' Og}gia,' dated 23rd October, 1704, 
containing sheets L M N O P T Z, Aa to Ee. 

These notes have been used by Lhwyd in his Appendix. 

9. A sheet 61" x 32", containing on one side an Irish- 
Latin Vocabulary, and on the other a Latin-Basque Vocabu- 
lary. 

10. Appendix to the Irish-English Dictionary {Archoeologia, 
pp. 426 sqq.) 

1 1 . Various fragments. 

1393 4to, chart., s. xvi. 
Miscellaneous. 

1. Copy of an ancient tract on the derivation of the names 
of ancient Irish men of distinction, with some pedigrees, 
flF. 24. 

2. Poems: i. On William O'Farrell (d. 1460); 2. On 
Henry O'Neill (d. 1489). 

1394 fol. chart., s. xvii. 
Keating' s History of Ireland (in Irish). 

Transcribed by Fearfeasa O'Duigenan. 

1395 i2mo chart., s. xix. 

Index to O'Flaherty's Ogygia and to Ogygia Vindi- 
cated. (By Edw. O'Reilly). 

1396 fol. maj. chart., s. xix. 

Peter Connell's Irish-English Dictionary. 

Copied from the autograph MS. in the British Museum by 
Mark Prendergast, a.d. 1841. 



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1397 fol. chart. 

Keating's History of Ireland (in Irish). 

A copy of great accuracy and value, written by John 
MacTorna O'Mulconry, a contemporary of the author. 
Imperfect in some places, but its defects may be supplied 
by another copy in the handwriting of the same scribe. 

1398 A case. 

Dr. John O' Donovan's Papers. 

Fragments and copies of ancient mss. which have been 
quoted by O'Donovan in his Irish Grammar as authorities. 
Given by him in 1845. 

1399 4to chart., 1679. 

Romances and Poems chiefly relating to Finn Mac Coul 
and his heroes. 

ballon Congaill (begins imperfect). 

bpuigean eoca& beig beipj. 

Adventures of the Knight of the Lamp. 

Qn maOpamocal Sealg agup pmncopjup. 

Copuigeacc jpui&e gpiann polup. 

Story of Merlino Maligno. 

Story of King Arthur. 

Adventures of Melora, king of the world, and Orlando, 
king of Thessaly. 

Some short poems. 

Written, according to O'Reilly, by Michael O'Clery, or 
one of his co-labourers. Quoted by Dr. O'Donovan in his 
Irish Grammar, and by him deposited here in 1845, 

1400 

The autograph ms. of O'Donovan's Irish Grammar. 

1401 

Donald M'Firbis's Glossary of the Brehon Laws, with 
a copy alphabetically arranged. Transcribed by 
Eugene Curry in 1840. 

1402 

Vallancey's Prospectus of a Dictionary of the Language 
of the Aire Coti. Printed, with numerous ms. 
additions by the author. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 383 



1403 fol. chart., 14" x 10", s. xvii. 
I. Keating' s Three Shafts of Death. 

z. Keatlng's History of Ireland. 

1404 4to chart, s. xviii. 
Miscellanea. 

p. I. Life and adventures of TadgDubhO'Cronin (written 
by John Chambers, 1774). 

14. Dialogue between Oisin and St. Patrick. 

25. Poem entitled Qn cpealg. 

28. Poem by Oisin, son of Finn. 

30. Poem by Oscar, son of Oisin. 

36. Beating of James Poer na Sron. 

50. baspa Seamup aip ppainpeap (written by James 
Chambers, 1774). 

52. Poem by the father of Eoghain O'Keeffe on the death 
of his son. 

54. Qn pic 5doice Romanac, a poem on the Refor- 
mation, etc. 

59. Poem by Duine Elgin on the House of Hanover, the 
Battle of CuUoden, etc. 

60. The Answer (said to be by Wm. English, a friend). 

61. The County of Kerry, by Thomas Hassel. 

62. t)0 ceiUeat) 506 ball t)o colaic an aippmn. 
64. Four poems by Wm. Buinnean. 
68. Two poems by Jas. Cunsidin. 
75. Cpipnioiti mgion JoiH- 

95. Gaccpa booaicc an c6ca lachcna pon. 

96. Bruighin Caortain, a romantic tale. 
135. Poem by John O'Connell. 
145-15 1. A number of poems by different authors. 

152. Poem by John Lloyd. 

153. Poem by John Do Hora. 
156. Poem by Thomas O'Cunduad. 
p. 147 {his). Poem on Penance. By John Do Hora. 
p. 149 [bis). Poem by Tadg Gaodhalach, with translation^ 

by Oliver Daly. 

Several other pieces in prose and verse. 

1405 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Annals of the Four Masters, 2 vols. 

A correct transcript from the original MS. in the Library 
of the Royal Irish Academy. 



384 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1406 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

1. Life of St. Madoc, written by St. Evin, Archbishop 

of Leinster. 

2. Keating' s History of Ireland. First part. 

1407 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Book of Prayers for the use of the Catholics of Ire- 
land. 

Proposed to be printed with the title of Leabap 
Upnaijre le h-updiD Cacoiliceach na h-6ipeann 
(followed by the verse John xvi. 23). 

Included are the following printed pieces : 

1. The Irish Catholic Prayer Book, with English transla- 
tion (with some ms. corrections of the Irish). 

2. Acts of the Three Theological Virtues and Contrition 
Absolutely Necessary to Salvation, in English and Irish. 
(Rome, 1764.; Dublin, repr. by Bart. Corcoran.) 

3. The Testament of the Soul, by S. Charles Borromeo. 
Extracted from ' The Burning Lamp.' 

1408 4to chart., s. xix. 

Cogab ^cioibeal pe 5^^^"i^> ^•^- Wars of the Gaedhil 
with the Gaill. 

Copied in 1853 by Eugene O'Curry from a MS. in the 
Burgundian Library, written by Michael O'Clery. Edited 
with translation and notes by Dr. J. H. Todd, in the Master 
of the Rolls' Series, 1867. 

1409 4to chart., s. xix. 

O'Clery' s Irish Glossary. 

Copied by Thomas Connellan in 1871. 

1410 fol. chart., s. xix. 

The Tripartite Life of St. Patrick. 

Transcribed in 1 849 by Eugene O'Curry from the MS. in 
the British Museum. 

The first four pages (which are wanting in that MS.) 
supplied from the Bodleian ms., Rawlinson, 512, by W. 
M. Hennessy. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 385 

1411 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Tales and Poems, religious and otherwise. 

With table of contents- 
There were originally 544 pp., but pp. 129 to 156, 269, 270, 
and 311 to 478 are now wanting, and two leaves not num- 
bered are prefixed. 
The principal contents are as follow : — 

p. 54. Cac Cnoca. 

p. 86. Oigeab clomn Lip. 

p. 113. Oigea& clomn Cuipeonn. 

p. 156. Gaccpa TTIacaoTti an loloip. 

p. 201. Gaccpa Lonaccdm cpleibe Rippi. 

p. 223. Gaccpa Conuill gulban. 

p. 306. Poems by O'Daly. 

P' 359- Short hymns for Fridays before festivals. 

p. 383. Gaccpa TTluise TTIucpoiThe. 

p. 479. Cult) ponna ananbuain 'Gipecnn. 

p. 483. Tn6p longabdil anma pioj. 

p. 488. t)6anam cunncap a Cacail. 

p. 491. Cpt copoine accaipc S6amuip. 

p. 493. lomba pocap 05 pfoll M61II. 

p. 497. t)o c6ipnea& ceannup clann oCumn. 

p. 502. Q 6olca 'Gipeann atpoe. 

p. 506. t)eopai& ponna pliocc Cacaoip. 

p. 511. LdTfi &eap5 'Gipionn tji beacac. 

p. 514. Cofp ptjil le peapaiti ^aoibeal. 

p. 517. Cm leap mtiineab TTIaolniuipe. 

p. 520. Suipgeac pin a 'Gipe 65. 

p. 525. 5a^l-a P^Dla puil Conaill. 

p. 530. Caic nap gabaOap gaoiOil. 

p. 532. Ganna Galea caipbpe cpuai&. 

p. 536. Conall ctjinje cloinne N61II. 

p. 540. Qca pofi polla na P165. 

1412 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Miscellanea. 

f. I. Adventures and death of Carroll. 

f. \\h. Song of Mac Cochlan. 

f. 1 3 (p. 203, an old numbering). Ceapachc mgine juile. 

f. 19 (p. 212 bis). Story of the pig of Mac Daho (publ. 
by Windisch). 

f. 253. Story of the poet Athaime. 

f. 263. A story of the Cuchullin cycle, beginning, baoi 
aiceac poimmeac bo Ulaib. 
2 C 



3.86 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



f. 29. baoi T?i5 artipa aipe&a pop 'GipiTiTi .i. eochait> 
Tnaoi&meboin. 

f. lib. Genealogies. 

f. 36. Songs. 

f. 43 (in a different hand). Adventures of Merlino 
Maligno (dated 1777). 

f- 55- (P- 30 Adventures of the children of Dairin, 
and the children of Deirgthein, and the children of 
Luisrhdheach. 



1413 4to chart., c. 1780. 

Miscellanea, prose and verse. 



p- 


I . Life of St. Patrick. 


p- 


79- 


A Fenian tale. 


p- 


lOZ. 


Adventure of Merlino, King of Bohemia. 


p- 


117, 


Poems. 


p- 


126. 


Qn Ceansa beic-nua&a. 


p- 


155- 


Songs. 


1414 

iscellan 


lea. 


4to chart., s. xviii. 



Includes : Qn ceansa beic-nua&a : Qn bap agup an 
Ouine : Coch Cluoine copb : bpuigeab Caopcuinn : 
Ceopniom ingine Joil- 

1415 4to chart., s. xviii. 
A Collection of Songs, etc. 

Including an Irish translation of the Dies irae. Copied 
by Henry O'Brien, 1754. 

1416 6" X 4" chart., s. xviii. 

Miscellanea, prose and verse. 

Three small collections bound together ; the first (prose), 
72 pp. ; the second (verse), 66 pp. ; the third (verse), in a 
different hand, 64 pp. The latter part contains translations 
of some of the Irish pieces. The scribe of this was Patrick 
O'Hethr. The date appears to be 1795. 

1417 6" X 4" chart., 1782. 

The Battle of Ventry, with miscellaneous scraps, 
chiefly genealogical. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 387 

1418 6" X 4" chart., s. xviii. 

A Collection of Songs, dated 1770. 

Begins with p. 25, ends p. 282, but 223-228 are wanting 

1419 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Fragment of an Irish MS. of the year 17 14, in- 
terleaved with partial English translation, by 
O' Donovan and others. 

The first page is numbered 251, and begins imperfect, 

* CJ11 Riog 50 poinn inriieacuip.' 

Mac Coisi, cc. ' t)ji6nac olloiii t)'eip a pt.'^ 
Sean na cleipe cc. * Cm po beappap an Opeipne.' 
Teige Dall O'Higgin's Satire on the O' Haras. 
O'Mulconaire's ode to Brian O'Ruairc, King of Brefny, 

with interlined gloss by O'Rody, puaip Opeipne a t)tol t)0 

hpaoglont) (publ. in Hardiman's ' Irish Minstrelsy,* ii. 

p. 287). 

Poems about Teige O'Rody, by Mulconry, John Ballach, 

and others. With some other short poems. This volume 

belonged to Edward O'Reilly. 

1420 4to chart., s. xix. 

Mac Coisi's poem (from the MS. in the preceding 
No.) with translation and notes. 

1421 4to chart., s. xix. 

Papers of Edward O'Reilly. 

These consist of letters (in Irish), extracts from MSS,, 
etc. Inter alia is a translation of Teige O'Higgin's Satire 
on the O'Haras (in Peter O'Connell's handwriting, J. O'D.) 

There is also a copy of Keating's Ode on Teige O'Coflfy, 
which differs somewhat from that printed in Hardiman's 
' Irish Minstrelsy,' vol. ii., pp. 378 sqq., and has an additional 
stanza. It is in the handwriting of William Halliday, and 
was intended for the press. 

1422 4to chart., s. xix. 

Catalogue of the Irish MSS. belonging to Edw. 

O'Reilly (incomplete transcript). 

The original is in the Librarj' of the Royal Irish Academy. 
This transcript was made by O'Donovan; it contains less 
than a third of the entire. 

2 C 2 



388 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1423 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Miscellanea. 

A miscellaneous collection of pieces in verse and prose, 
made by James Chambers, 1774-1781. The pieces are 
mostly trifling and worthless. Near the end of the book is 
an account of the Battle of Ventry. 

1424 fol., s. xix. 

Transcripts of Brehon Law MSS. in the Library of 
Trinity College, Dublin, the Royal Irish Academy, 
the Bodleian, and the British Museum. 

These are reproductions by the anastatic process, made 
principally for the use of the members of the Brehon Law 
Commission. 

Vol. I. The Senchus Mor, with Commentary, and the 
Sechta or Heptads from T.C.D., No. 1336. 

Vols. 2 and 3. Other Law Tracts from T.C.D., No. 1336. 

Vol. 4. Law Tracts from T.C.D., No. 1316. 

Vols. 5, 6. Law Tracts from T.C.D., No. 1383. 

Vol. 7. Law Tracts from T.C.D., Nos. 1313 and 1318. 

Vol. 8. Part of the Senchus Mor from B. M., Harl. 432 ; 
the Cain Domhneach, and a tract on the classes of society 
from Clarendon, 15; treatises on fines for injuries to men 
and to cattle, and a specimen of pleading in a case of lands 
in dispute, with a fragment of the laws of Cormac mac Art, 
from Egerton, 90 ; the Heptads and the laws of cotenancy 
from a Bodleian MS., Rawl. 487, and the Breatha Neimheadh 
from B. M., Nero, 7. 

The preceding vols, were copied by O'Donovan. They 
are paged continuously 1-2236. 

Vols. 9, 10, II, 12 (to p. 1494). Copied from T.C.D. , No. 

1337. 

Vol. 12, p. 1498 (1495-1497 being blank). On the various 
classes of society, from the Book of Ballymote. 

Vol. 13. A miscellaneous collection of dislocated Codes 
from MSS. in the Royal Irish Academy, viz. 35, 5 ; 43, 6 ; and 
the Book of Lecan, fol. 176 a. 

Vol. 14. From T.C.D., No. 1363. 

Vol. 15. Of fines for insult, etc., to the privileged classes ; 
of the rights of the Ollamh ; of laws relating to property and 
succession ; of contracts, slanders, evidence, etc., from 
B. M., Egerton, 88. 

Vol. 16. Of evidence in cases of theft; of violation of 
sacred reliquaries, oaths, etc. ; of fines for cutting trees, 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 389 

etc.; of distraints ; and a Glossary of Law terms; fromB. M., 
Egerton, 88. 

Vols, 9-16 were copied by O'Curry, and are paged con- 
tinuously 1-2906. 

Vol. 17. The Cain larraid, from the Bodleian MS., Rawl. 
506 ; Cain Adamnain, from Rawl. 505 ; with the Conaire 
Fuighill, and other pieces, from Rawl. 502. 

Copied by O'Donovan, and paged in continuation of 
vol. 8, 2237-2491. 

1425 

Latin-Irish Dictionary, by Rev. Rich. Plunket, 1662. 

Copy of the original MS. in Marsh's Library, Dublin. 
Plunket was a Franciscan friar, of Trim, Co. Meath. It 
extends only to Transmeo. 

1426 fol. membr., s. xix. 

Copy of the Book of Lecan, made by Eugene O'Curry. 
(A fine specimen of Irish calligraphy). 

1427 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Copy of the Leabhar Breac, by O'Curry. 

1428 fol. chart., s. xix. 

Copy of the Leabhar na n-Uidhri, by O'Curry. 
(Imperfect, interrupted by his death.) 

1429 In a case, membr., ss. xv-xvii. 

A Collection of (14) Irish Deeds. 

These are deeds of mortgage, wills, covenants, deeds of 
arbitration, indentures, etc. Two are in Latin (14 and 26). 
See a detailed account of these by Dr. Todd, in the Pro- 
ceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, vol. vii., pp. 15 sqq. 
The deeds there numbered 9, and 15-24 are not in this 
collection. 15-21 were, at the date of Dr. Todd's paper, in 
. Eugene Curry's collection. For 22 and 23 see following 
number. There are two not mentioned by Dr. Todd. 



390 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1430 

Transcript and Translation of the preceding Deeds, 

by Eugene Curry. 

This transcript includes Nos. 15-21, which were in Mr. 
Curry's own possession. The original of 22 is in the British 
Museum (Egerton, No. 139, p. 179). That of 23 is in this 
Library. It is a judgment of four Brehons in a controversy 
respecting land, and is interesting as showing that, in 1560, 
which is the date of the document, the Brehon Law con- 
tinued to be practised (as indeed it was for at least 100 years 
after). 

1431 i2mo. chart. 
Grammatical. 

1. Teig O'Higgin, his Irish Grammar, containing obser- 
vations on the Letters, Abbreviations, etc., with a tract 
on Prosody. 

2. Giollabride O'Hessa, his Prosody. 

3. The Rule of the Ogham na Craobh. 

Great part of this book was copied, at Madrid, by Tuilgne 
O'Mulconry, in 1659. 

1432 fol. membr. 
Miscellaneous. 

1. Hymnus per Cuachbuidhe on Kill. 

2. Aireacapt Bardorum Hibernicorum Amergin Glanfionn 
[fl. A.M. 2934] et Ferchertne fille et Cheanfaoluidh ; seu 
eorum Principium et Fundamentum Doctrinae, cum Gram- 
matica Linguae Hibern. veteris. Totum Glossatum per 
Cheanfaoluidh filium Oillioll. 

3. Tractatus de Apostematibus, Paralysi et aliis ex 
Galeno ; cum usu Plantarum quarundam Hiberniae. 

1433 fol. membr. 

Book of Aicill, etc. 

1. Fragments of the Brehon Laws, with Glossary. 

2. p. 21. The Book of Aicill: Laws attributed to King 
Cormac mac Art ; with gloss and commentary. 

3. Law tract, by Cennfaela. 

4. The Leabhar Gabhala, imperfect, 16 fF. 

1434 fol. membr. 

Sermons by John O'Donslevy, on the Life of Christ 
and of the B. V. Mary. 

" In usum Audoeni O'Maolcluiche et Fraternitatis ejus 
Abbatiae de Foure in Com. Westmeath." a.d. 1041. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 391 

1435 fol. membr. 

Medical Treatises, by Pearce Nicholas and others. 

1436 fol. partim membr., ss. xv., xvi. 
Medical. 

Tractatus Varii de Medicina et Chirurgia inter quos 
Tract, de Virtutibus sive Potentiis humanis tarn spiritualibus 
quam corporalibus. In medio inseritur Fragmentum de 
Etymologia nominum Locorum in Hibernia, Prosaice et 
Metrice. 

1437 4to chart., s. xvi. 
Medical. 

1. Cordi Valerii dispensatorium. 

2. Libellus Medicamentorum, a.d. 1592. 

3. De Morbis et methodo medendi. 

1438 fol chart., s. xvii. 

Dictionarium Hibernico-Latinum vocum quae occur- 

runt in S. Scriptura. 

1439 fol chart., s. xvii. 
Keating (Geoffrey), Historia Hiberniae. 

1440 fol min. membr., s. xvi. 

Historia et Genealogia Familiae de Burgo, cum 
Picturis et Armis multorum Nobilium hujusce 
Familiae in membrana delineatis et Rhythmis 
in Lingua Hibernica. 

1441 loV' X 7*" membr. ilium., s, xi. (.?) 
Liber Hymnorum partim Latine partim Hibernice. 

1. Hymn of St. Sechnall or Secundinus in praise of St 
Patrick. ' Audite omnes amantes Deum.* 

2. Hymn in praise of St. Brigid (variously attributed to 
Ninnidh, Fiach, and St. Ultan). ' Christus in nostra 
insola.' 

3. Hymn of St. Cummain Fota. ' Celebra Juda festa 
Christi.' 



392 CA TAL OGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, 



4. Hymn of St. Mugint. ' Parce domine, parce populo.' 

5. Hymn of St. Colman Mac Ui Cluasaigh. 'Sen t)e 
t)onpe popt)once.' 

6. Hymn of St. Cuchuimne. ' Cantemus in omni die.* 

7. Hymn of St. Hilary in praise of Christ. * Ymnum 
dicat turba fratrum.' 

8. Hymn of St. Colman Mac Murchon in praise of the 
Archangel Michael. * In Trinitate spes mea fixa.' 

q. Hymn of St, Oengus Mac Tipraite in praise of St. 
Martin. * Martine te deprecor.' 

10. The Hymn * Gloria in Excelsis.' 

1 1 . The Magnificat. 

12. The Benedictus. 

13. The Te Deum. 

14. Hymn of St. Columba. ' Altus Prositor vetustus.' 

15. Hymn of St. Columba. * In te Christe credentium.' 

16. Hymn of St. Columba. ' Noli Pater indulgere.' 

17. The Prayer of St. John the Evangelist. ' Deus meus 
et Pater et Filius et Spiritus Sanctus.' 

18. The epistle of Christ to Abgarus. 

19. Hymn of St. Fiacc in praise of St Patrick. *5®naip 
Pacpuicc i nemchup.' 

20. Prayer of Ninine. 

21. Ultan's Hymn in praise of St. Brigid. 'bpigit) be 
bichmaich bpeo opbo.' 

22. Hymn of Broccan in praise of St. Brigid. 'T<li cap 
bpigic buabach bich.' 

23. Hymn of Sanctain. 'Q ceocb pTj nampa n-ainsel.' 

24. Hymn of St. Patrick (called St. Patrick's Breastplate). 
• Q compiug inbiu niupc' 

25. Lamentation of St. Ambrose. ' Adonai domine 
Sabaoth,' 

26. Orationes et Benedictiones a Gregorio Papa e Psal- 
terio collectae (interrupted by the following, and resumed 
on f. 29). 

27. Amhra Choluimb Chille, by Dalian Forgall. *t)ia 
t)ia t)op po5up.' Two leaves out of this are displaced, and 
come after 34. 

28. Adamnan's prayer. 

29. Two short Latin prayers. 

30. Hymn of St. Columba in praise of St. Kierain. 

31. Hymn of St. Laserian. ' Abbas probatus omnino.' 

32. Hymn of Mael Isu. * In ppipuc n6eb immunn.' 

33. Hymn entitled ' Ymnus Sancti Patrici,' beginning 
' Ecce fulget clarissima Patricii sollempnitas.' 

34. Hymn entitled * Ymnus Sanctae Brigitae ' (inTpraise 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 393 



of her), beginning ' Phoebi diem fert orbita plenum decoris 
gratia.' 

Three fragments — 1° Hymn of St. Philip; 2° De liber- 
atione Scandlani ; 3° De INIorte Columbae. 

Nearly all of these have prefaces partly in Irish and partly 
in Latin, and many (both Latin and Irish) have an inter- 
lined gloss. 

The contents of this MS. up to and including No. 18 were 
edited with translation and notes by Dr. J. H. Todd for the 
Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society, pt. i., 1855 ; pt ii., 
1869. The Irish hymns were edited with translation and 
notes by Dr. Whitley Stokes, in the second edition of his 
Goidelica, London, 1872. See also Windisch, Irische Texte, 
Leipzig, 1880. The entire collection has now (1898) been 
edited for the Henry Bradshaw Society by Rev. Dr. 
Bernard and Dr. Robert Atkinson. 



1442 4to membr. s. xiv. 

Fragment of the Arithmetica of Boethius, ff. 6. 

Inc. cap. xix. s. f. (p. 1336, ed. Basil, 1570), * Omnesque 
se triangulis antecedent.' Expl. cap. xxxiv. (p. 1355 med.), 
' contrarie quam in Arithmetica Medietate.' Written in the 
Irish character. (Sebright.) 

1443 fol. chart., a.d. i 697-1 699. 

Keating' s History of Ireland, translated into English. 

Transcribed by Humfr)- Moynihan and Tha. I\Io}'nihan. 
(Sebright.) 

1444 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland in the 
Lord Chichester's Government, a.d. 16 14, 
1615. 

1445 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Abridgment of Proceedings in Parliaments held at 
Dublin, Trim, Wexford, Drogheda, from 
II Hen. IV. to 11 Edw. IV. 



39+ CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1446 sh" X 4", s. xvi. 

Greek Canticles with musical notation in the style 
of Neumes, written about 1570. 

It is the musical notation of the Liturgy written for the 
use of a priest. 

1447 In a box. 

Records of the Corporation of Barber Surgeons. 

Contains: i. Charter of Queen Elizabeth, 1576. 

2. Grant of Arms by Ulster King of Arms, 1645. 

3. Charter of James II., 1687. 

4. Three Freemen's Rolls (membr.) 

5. Silver seal of the Corporation, 1673. 

6. Books for enrolment of apprentices and journeymen, 
beg. 1578. 

7. Book of Quarterage and entry of foreigners. 

8. Minute books, 1703, 1757, 1792, 1826. 

9. Book of Bonds, 1705. 

ID. Book of List of Brothers, 1758. 

II. Roll book, 1827. 

(Presented by W. D. Moore, A.B., M.B., 1849.) 

1448 8vo., s. xviii. 

An Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the 
Times. By the Author of ' Essays on the 
Characteristics,' etc. (Dr. John Brown), with 
large MS. additions, apparently by the Author. 

Presented by Chas. R. Elrington, D.D., 1836. 

1449 fol., s. xvii. 

The Breife for the Protestants of Ireland at Chester, 

1689. 

This is an account of moneys received and distributed 
monthly, from June to February. The total amount 
accounted for is ^2204 zs. Reversing the book we have 
' Names of the persons, condition and number of their 
family.' Prefixed to each name is the number of the certi- 
ficate, and the monthly allowance to each from June to the 
following April is recorded. The amounts vary from 5J. to 
£1, according to the number in the family, or the infirmity 
• 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 395 



of the person. Opposite some of the names are the names 
of other places, besides Chester, ex. gr. Holyhead, Ruthen, 
Wigan, Manchester. The total number of names is about 
1200. 

1450 4to, s. xvii. 

Rules and Orders for his Majesty's Court of Common 
Bench in Ireland, de Term. Paschae anno xxii°. 
Caroli II. 

1451 

Les Pseaumes de David, mis en rime francoise par 
Clement Marot et Theodore de Beze, Nouvelle 
edition reviie et corrigee. Par ordre du Synode 
Walon des Provinces-Unies assemblee a Dort au 
mois d'aoust 1721. A la Haye. Ecrit par moi 
Gilly en I'annee 1723. 

1452 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Receuil {sic) de Meditations et Prieres pour se preparer 
a la sainte cene, par divers auteurs. Avec les 
Pseaumes qui se chantent le jour de la ste. com- 
munion. A la Haye. Ecrit par moy lean Gilly, 
1722. 

Written in imitation of print. The Psalms have the 
music. (Fagel Library.) 

1453 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Spanish papers relating to discoveries in America in 
the 17th and i8th centuries, 63 pp. 

Begins with cap. 64 — ' De la Journada, y Nuevo Discu- 
brimiento, que el Capitan Pedro Fernandez de Quiros Hico 
4 la parte austral 6 incognita en este ano de mil Seiscientos y 
cinco, en demanda de las Islas que Uaman de Salomon.' 
After cap. 69 follows on p. 25, cap. 37 — ' Relaciones de las 
cosas que han ido sucediendo, en las provincias del Nuevo 
Mexico despues que fueron k poblarlas nuestros Espanoles, 
de que Fui por General Don Jaun {sic) de Onate.' 

P. 47 begins in a later hand an account of explorations in 
the eastern part of California to the river Colorado. By 
Fernando Corsa, S.J. (Presented by W. Shaw Mason.) 



39 6 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1454 4to chart., 1790. 

Enarratlones morborum anno mdcclxxxx prselec- 
tionibus clinicis tractatorum. By Dr. Robert 
Perceval. 

1455 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Sermons (3) and a Catechism (anon.). 

The second sermon was preached at Luton, in Bedford- 
shire, at the funeral of Mrs. Margaret Eresfeild, only daughter 
of Sir Thomas Eresfeild of Denne, Sussex, 28th May, 1651. 

1456 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Metaphysica (anon.). 

(Presented by Mr. McCartney.) 

1457 4to chart., s. xviii. 

Traites de Medecine et de Chirurgie, pp. 250. By 
Francis Bosquet, m.d. 1690. 

(Presented by Abraham Bosquett, Esq., 1786.) 

1458 5" X 3" chart., s. xvii. 
Discours et pensees morales de M. Donnont. 

Les discours prononc^s a Geneve, ff Dec. 1684 et 
-h Aoust 1686, et a Berne, \% Avril 1686. 

1459 fol. memb., s. xvi. 

Statuti et Capitoli della Confraternita Crucesignati di 
S*° Pietro Martire di Piacenza. 

1460 fol. chart., s. xix. 

A Collection of papers relating to the families of 
Butler and Dongan. 

1461 

Portfolios of Letters to Joseph Cooper Walker from 
Dr. Chas. O'Conor, Dr. Ledwich, Col. Beaufort, 
Alex. Knox, Isaac A. Eccles, and others, on 
literary and antiquarian subjects. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 397 

1462 

Minutes of the Committee for Printing the (revised) 
Book of Common Prayer. 

1463 19" X 12" chart., s. xix. 

Rev. Dr. Haughton's anatomical notes on the muscles 
of various animals, chiefly those that died at the 
Zoological Gardens, Dublin. 2 vols. 

The number of animals dissected was 150. 

1464 22" X 15", chart., s. xix. 

Tidal Observations taken by Captain Collison in 
Walker's Bay, 1851—53. 

(Presented by Rev. Dr. Haughton). 

1465 

Tidal Observations in the Arctic Regions by H.M.S. 
'Discovery,' 1875, 1876. 

(Presented by Rev. Dr. Haughton). 

1466 In a portfolio, s. xix. 

Tidal Observations in Ireland in 1850—51. 

The places are : Caherciveen, Castletown, Courtown, 
Cushendall, Donaghadee, Dunmore, Galway. 
(Presented by Rev. Dr. Haughton). 

1467 In a portfolio, s. xix. 

Tidal Observations in Ireland in 1850—51. 

The places are : Kilrush, Killibegs, Kingstown, Portrush, 
Rathmullen, Westport. 

(Presented by Rev. Dr. Haughton). 
1468 
Sun-heat Formulae, Latitude 0°. 

(Compiled and presented by Rev. Dr. Haughton). 



398 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1469 In a portfolio. 

A further collection of original papers relating to the 
United Irishmen, with some later correspondence 
of Dr. R. R. Madden. 

The greater part of this collection concerns the Sheares, 
and Emmet, and the history of their respective families. It 
includes also: A biographical memoir of Dr. W.J. Macneven, 
by his daughter, with letter from his son ; letters from Sir 
Wm. Napier and others respecting statements in Dr. 
Madden's work on the United Irishmen. 

A letter of Condorcet addressed to the President of the 
Electoral Assembly of Paris on his election to the Legislative 
Assembly in 1791. (Original). 

1470 In Madden's large portfolio. 

Recollections of ' Pamela' by Madame d'Espinay 
(daughter of the Comtesse de Bredi, the intimate 
friend of Mad. de Genlis) ; drawn up for Dr. 
Madden ; with other papers relating to the same 
lady. 

1471 

Minutes of Proceedings of Courts Martial in Wexford, 
1798— 1800. 

Also printed copies of proclamations of general officers 
and other authorities, and official bulletins of engagements 
with the rebels in May and June, 1798, 

1472 

Papers of Luke Cullen, the Monk of Clondalkin, on the 
Lives and Times of Men of 1798. 

(Given to Dr. R. R. Madden for use in the 2nd edition of 
his History). 

1473 

Box containing copies of the Vestry Accounts of St. 
Bride's, St. Michael le Pole's and St. Stephen's, 
1663— 1702. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 399 



1474 

Box containing papers on the history of St. Bride's 
Schools, with copies of various papers relating 
thereto, including the Account Book, 1783— 18 10. 

1475 

Box containing a history of St. Bride's Latin Schools,, 
with lists of the pupils who matriculated from 
them in Trinity College. 

1476 

Box containing copies of the Vestry Acts and Accounts 
of St. Bride's. 

(These four sets of papers were compiled and presented 
by Rev. W. G. Carroll.) 

1477 

Box containing Leases and other documents (200) 
relating to St. John's Parish, Dublin, from a.d. 
1249 to 1704, with an abstract of their contents. 
Deposited by the Prebendary and Churchwardens^ 
1852. 

1478 4to chart., s. xix. 

Copy of the Register of Baptisms of St. Bride's, 
Dublin, 1633— 1801. 

1479 4to chart., s. xix. 

Copy of the Register of Marriages of St. Bride's,. 
1 653-1 800. 

1480 4to chart., s. xix. 

Copy of the Register of Burials of St. Bride's, 1634- 
1801. 



400 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



1481 

Notes on the Antiquities of the several Counties of 
Ireland. By Captain T. Bigoe Williams. Partly 
prepared for press ; with lithographic and copper- 
plate illustrations, in four boxes. 

1482 

Printed proof of a work on the Antiquities of Leinster, 
chiefly Louth and Westmeath ; with MS. correc- 
tions and additions, pp. 192. By the same. 

1483 

Notes on the Antiquities of Fermanagh, Leitrim, 
Longford, and Tipperary ; with pen and ink 
drawings. By the same. Four volumes, small 8vo. 

1484 

A small volume of Miscellaneous notes. By the 
same; with drawings. 

1485 

Notes on the course of Offa's Dyke, and on the lake 
of Bala. By the same. 

1486 14" X 10", membr. s. xv. 
Plauti Comoediae. 

Mostellaria ; Menaechmei ; Miles Gloriosus ; Mercator ; 
Pseudolus ; Poenulus ; Persa ; Rudens ; Stichus ; Trinum- 
mus ; Truculentus ; Bacchides. Formerly belonged to 
George Dyer, to whom, according to Valpy, it was be- 
queathed by Askew. On the first page are the words, 
' Collegii Lemovicensis Societatis Jesu catalogo ascriptus.' 

Bought at the Phillipps' Sale, 1898. 

1487 chart., s. xviii. 
Spherical Geometry. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 401 

1488 chart., s. xviii. 

Observations on the taxes paid by the Irish to sup- 
port the Government 

1489 chart., c. 1700. 

Two books containing copies of Abp. King's letters 
when Bishop of Derry, 1699, 1702—3. 

1490 chart., s. xviii. 

Catalogue of some library unknown ("probably Abp. 
King's). 

1491 chart. 

Another Catalogue of books, under the heading 
"Anglia." 

1492 

Mathematical Papers of Sir William Rowan Hamilton. 

1493 
Correspondence of Sir William Rowan Hamilton. 



2 D 



402 CA TAL OGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 



ORIENTAL MANUSCRIPTS. 



1494 4to chart. 

Coptic. — S. Gregorii TheologI Liturgia, Coptic, with 
Arabic interpretation in the margin (Hunting- 
don). 

1495 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Ethiopic. — Victorii (Mariani) Institutiones Linguae 
Aethiopicae ad Jac. Ussher Arpum dicatae per 
Matthiam Passor Herbornensem, 1626. 

1496 8i" X 7" membr. 

Ethiopic. — An Ethiopic Missal, comprising the 14 
Anaphorae of the Abyssinian Church. 

1497 5" X 4" membr. 

Ethiopic. — Book of Devotions to the Virgin Mary» 
with pictures. 

1498 

Hebrew. — Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, 
according to the Samaritan recension, and in the 
Samaritan character. 

(Written in the year 1287 of the rule of the Ishmaelites.) 

1499 

Hebrew. — Book of Common Prayer in Hebrew, 
Dublin, 17 17. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 403 

1500 
Hebrew. — Formulae loquendi in lingua Hebraea. 

Taken from the first 10 Epistles in Buxtorfs Institutio 
Epistolaris Hebraica. 

1501 
Hebrew. — Rudimentum linguae Hebraeae. 

1502 4to ilium, s. xix. 

Hebrew. — Sepher Yalkut Melo Haqqedamoth ; a col- 
lection of Prefaces to editions of the Hebrew 
Bible. 

1503 3i" X 2, chart., s. xvi. 

Syriac. — Syriac Grammar of Gregorius Abu'l Faraj 
(Bar Hebraeus), written a.d. 1578, by Joannes 
bar Mardirus bar Samma in the convent of Mar 
Bar-Samma, ff. i— 236^. 

A metrical discourse on Perfection by the same, 
ff. 236<5-248. 

1504 chart , a.d. 1299. 

Syriac. — Syriac Grammar of Abu'l Faraj A. Gr. 
1610. A.H. 708= A.D. 1299. 

1505 5" X 4" ff. 207, partim membr. 

Syriac. — The Book of Kalilah and Dimnah, a Syriac 
translation from the Arabic ; ss. xiii., xiv. 

2. The Fables of Aesopus (83 in number) ; s. xvii. 

3. Various riddles with their solutions. 

4. A short section on the different ways of putting a 
question ; s. xiii. 

. Sayings of various Greek philosophers and poets ; 
s. xiii. 

2 D 2 



404 CA2AL0GUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

The Book of Kalilah and Dimnah has been edited 
from this MS. by Prof. W. Wright, Lond., 1884. 
For a fuller account of the book see his Preface, 
or Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, New 
Series, vol. vii., pt. i., Appendix. 

1506 4to chart., c. 1625. 

Syriac. — Liber Sermonum Rogation is selectorum e 
Sermonibus b. Mar Ephrem juxta ordinationem 
Mar Yaqira. 

1°. Sermo qui legitur in ecclesiis Nestorianorum 
feria secunda Rogationis et jejunii Ninivitarum. 
(Printed in the Breviarium Chaldaicum : Paris, 
1886. Vid. 0pp. Ephremi in. 651—660; 671— 

675.) 
2°. Sermo in Jonam et poenitentiam Ninivitarum 

(Vid. 0pp. II. 359-385, Bis abrumpitur textus 

per insertas antiphonas et responsiones). 
3°. Sermo alter qui recitatur feria 4* Rogat. Niniv. 

(Printed in the Breviarium Chaldaicum : Paris, 

1886.) 
4°. Varia fragmenta maximam partem in 0pp. S. 

Ephremi edita. 
5°. Hymnus Mar Jacobi. 

1507 4to chart., s. xvii. 

Syriac. — Book of the Garden of Eden, by Ebed 

lesu. 
2. Poems by Sergius Hahaya. About a.d. 1626. 

1508 410 chart., c. 1625. 

Syriac. — Discourses from the writings of Ephrem 
Syrus. 

1°. De humilitate et fide (0pp. iii. 644). 
2°. De resipiscentia (0pp. 11. 350). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 405 

3^. On a passage in Isaiah (0pp. 11. 344). 

4°. On the end of the world. 

5°. On the end of the world (edited in ' S. 

Ephraemi Syri Hymni et Sermones,' by 

J. T. Lamy, 11. 393). 
6°. De Amore Doctrinae (0pp. 11., 336). 
7°. De Monachis Solitariis, etc. (edited by 

Zingerle, Monumenta Syriaca ; Oeni- 

ponte, 1869, I., 4—12). 
8". Sermo Mar Ephremi ; no title. 
9°. De octo passionibus. 

1509 4to chart., 1625. 

Syriac. — i. The books of the N. T. not contained in 

the Peshitto, viz. the Pericope de Adultera ; 

2 Pet., 2 and 3 Joh., Jude, Apocalypse. 

(A transcript made for Archbishop Ussher by a monk of 
the Lebanon. This is the MS. from ■which the Pericope 
de Adultera in Walton's Polyglot is taken. See a full 
account by Dr. Gwynn in the 'Transactions of the Royal 
Irish Academy,' vol. xxvii., p. 269). 

1510 4to, s. xvi. 

Syriac. — Liturgiae. 

(The rubrics, colophon, etc., are in the Arabic language, 
but in Syriac letters.) 

Ordo Communis Liturgiae (impf.). 

Anaphora S. Xysti Papae Romani. 
Anaphora S. Dionysii (Barsalibi). 
Anaphora duodecim Apostolorum. 
Anaphora Simonis Cephae id est Petri principis 

Apostolorum. 
Anaphora Joannis Evangelistae. 
Anaphora Matthaei Pastoris. 
Anaphora Johannis bar Susanna Patriarchae. 
Anaphora S. Eustathii. 



4o6 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

Written in the year 1865, a.d. 1554, in the monastery 

of Michael the angel. There are alterations by 

a later hand. (Huntingdon.) 
(Four leaves of the first quire are missing). These 

are all contained in the Missale Chaldaicum ; 

Romae, 1594. 

1511 4to membr., ss. vii., ix. 

Syriac. — i. (s. vii.) Homilies of S. Severus, viz. 
Hom. 10, 38, 15, 18, 20, 22, 31. 

2. (s. ix.) Homily of S. Cyril Alex, on the Presen- 
tation of Christ in the temple. Homilies of S. 
Severus (25 and 31), with other homilies by 
writers not named. 

1512 fol. chart., s. xii. 

Syriac. — Dionysius (Jacob) Barsalibi ; Commentarius 

in Quatuor Evangelia. 
Written by Matthew, son of John, for his nephew 

Matthew, son of Bakhtitujar, a. Gr. 1509; a.d. 

1 198. 

1613 fol. 12^" xg", s. xviii. 

Syriac. — i. An Evangeliarium (Nestorlan, with pic- 
tures). Written in Tulu in 1787. 

2. Account of a letter written by the hand of Athan- 
asius, and sent down from heaven in the year 
1094 of Alexander (a.d. 783), about the first 
day of the week. 

1514 4to chart., s. xvi. 

Arabic. — i. Ussher (Ambrose). Prolegomena Ara- 
bica ; de origine linguae Arab, et de scriptis 
Arabicis. Sequitur Vocabularium Arabico- 
Latinum. 

2. Story of the sleepers in the cave, with Latin gloss 
by Amb. Ussher. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 407 

3. Christi Epistola ad Abg-arum, Arabice. 

4. Mohammedan Laws of Prayer. 

1515 4to chart., s. xviii. 

An Italian and Arabic Vocabulary; 2 tom. (Ouseley). 

(Belonged to Edw. Wortley Montagu, and is said to have 
been compiled by him.) 

1516 fol. chart., s. xvi. 

Specimen Arabici Dictionarii, hoc est, Dictionum 
Arabicarum Collectio et Interpretatio, etc. Opera 
et industria Guilelmi Bedwelli Hallingburiensis 
Angli. 

1517 fol. chart., ii^"x8". 

Arabic. — Extract (ihtasar) from the book * Tanbihul 
an^m.' 

(The author's name is undecipherable, having been 
painted in yellow, which has come oflf on paper inserted 
for protection.) 

The book consists of prayers and blessings for Mohammed. 
It is similar to the Dalail ul Khairat. The names of God 
and of Mohammed are painted throughout in various 
colours. At the beginning and end are four coloured 
pictures of merely geometrical pattern. 

1518 fol. chart., s. xvii. 

Arabic. — Fragment of a historical work, treating of 
Mansur. (Huntingdon.) 

1519 fol. chart., a.h., 1037. 

Arabic. — Astrological and Meteorological Treatises. 
(Huntingdon.) 

1520 fol. min. chart. 

Arabic. — Treatise on Mohammedan Law, by Shafi'i 
el Kadrisi. (Huntingdon.) 



4o8 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1521 fol. min. chart., a.h. 819. 

Arabic. — Treatise on Mohammedan Law (Tarshih ad 
Taushih) by Taj-ud-din al Subki. (Huntingdon.) 

1522 fol. min. chart., a.h. 1048. 

Arabic. — On Law, customs, etc., according to the 
four Imams ; compiled from Abu Bekr 'Abdulla. 
(Huntingdon.) 

1523 fol. min. chart. 

Arabic. — Shems-ud-din and Bahr-ud-din on Astro- 
nomy. (Huntingdon.) 

1524 fol. min. chart. 

Arabic. — Treatise on Inheritances. (Huntingdon.) 

1525 fol. min. chart. 

Arabic — History and Religious Precepts by disciples 
of Mohammed. (Huntingdon.) 

1526 4to chart. 
Arabic. — Grammar by Taftasani. 

1527 4to chart. 

Arabic. — 1°. Fragment of: The wonders of the 
world, by Kazwini. 

2°. On the Almocantars, by Abu Fadhail. (Hun- 
tingdon.) 

1528 i2mo chart., a.h. 1020. 

Arabic. — Treatise on the genuineness of the writings 
of Sheikh ibn ul Fariz, from the authority of his 
son, with some of his poems. (The original 
was written, a.h. 750.) (Huntingdon.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 409 



1529 4to chart. 

Arabic. — Medicina, seu Liber Spiritualis e Canonibus 
collectus, et continens homocanonem in quo 
veterum Synodonim canones ad certos titulos 
redacti sunt. 



1530 fol. chart. 

Arabic. — i. Treatise on Mohammedan Law by Jalal- 
ud-din al Suyuti, a.h. iooo. 

2. Achmed ibn 'Abdullah on Mohammedan Law. 

3. Treatise on Religious Philosophy and the miracles 

of Mohammedan Saints. 



1531 4to (min., 7" x 5") chart. 

Arabic. — Historia Josephi. 

Historia Ephremi Syri. 

Historia S. Basilii Magni. 

Historia Alartiani. 

Historia Jobi. 

Historia Abrami. 

Historia filiorum Jonadab. 

Historia S. Pauli Apostoli. 

Historia Captivitatis Babylonicae per Nebuch- 
adnezzar. 

De iMartyre Marina f. Dasii sub Diocletiano. 

Historia illusionis ef¥igiei Jesu Christi per 
Judaeos in urbe Tiberiade. 

Narratio de Euphrosina. 

Fragmentum Epistolaead Hebraeos (cap. i. 10, 
ad ii. 5). 

1532 fol. chart., a.h. 1145. 

Arabic. — Mutaleb ul Musarrat, 'the Entertainer/ 
a commentary on Arabic expressions, mostly on 



410 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

those found in the Koran. By Mohammed el 
Mahdi. 

An abridgment of Kitab Daldil ul Khairat, by Abu 
'Abdullah Mohammed ibn Soliman. (Presented by Geo. A. 
Ram, Esq., 1783.) 

1533 fol. chart., a.h. 1078. 

Arabic. — Kubaikah, a work on Turkish Law, by Abil 
Kasim Imam ud din 'abd ul Karim. 
(Presented by Geo. A. Ram, 1783.) 

N.B. — Several of the following books in Arabic, Persian, and 
other Oriental languages were purchased through Sir Wm. Ouseley 
in 1808 : — 

1534 A.H. 1 1 14. 

Arabic. — A Theological Essay, with interlinear Per- 
sian translation, pp. 54. (Ouseley.) 

1535 
Arabic. — Treatise on Navigation. (Ouseley.) 

1536 
Arabic. — Al Kdfi. A Theological Treatise. 

1537 6i"x4i", A.H. 1241 = A.D. 1831. 

Arabic. — The Koran. 

(Presented by Geo. M'Kay, LL.D. 1851.) 

1538 7" X4J", circ. s. xviii. 

Arabic. — The Koran. 

(Presented by S. W. Haughton, 1897.) 

1539 12" X 8". 

Arabic. — The Koran. 

(From the Library of Tippoo Sultan. Presented by the 
Hon. E. I. Company.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 411 

1540 \o\" X 7". 

Arabic and Persian. — The Koran, with interlinear 
Persian translation in red. (Ouseley.) 

1541 12" X 8". 

Arabic. — Commentary on the Koran by Ibn 'Abbass. 
(Presented by George A. Ram, Esq.) 



1542 i2i"xii". 

Arabic. — The Koran, beautifully written and illumin- 
ated, with marginal notes. 

(Taken at the capture of Delhi by Capt. Henderson, and 
bought for the Library by Provost Humphrey Lloyd.) 

1543 150" X 3", chart, seric. 

Arabic. — A roll containing the Koran, beautifully 
written in a very minute character, in gold and 
colours. 

1544 126" x2i". 

Arabic. — A turned box containing a roll of the 
Koran, very similar to the preceding, but only 
written on one side. 



1545 136" X 2" chart, ilium. 

Arabic. — A turned box containing a roll, on which 
are written certain chapters of the Koran, viz, 
I, 36, 48, no. III, 112. Chapters 36 and 48 
run through the whole roll. Exquisitely written 
and illuminated. 

' Cimelium Arabicum, cum Anno 1683 Vienna obsidione 
Liberaretur, miles Germanus, inter alia spolia detraxit 
cadaveri Turcici cujusdam militaris Ducis praecipui.' 



412 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1546 s. xvii. 

Arabic. — An Ephemeris, with directions for planting 
trees, observations on the planets, etc. (The 
copyist was Soliman ben 'Ali, 1653.) 
(Presented by W. Shaw Mason, 1810.) 

1647 

Three Indian Paintings, being portraits of 

1. Kutub Shah of Hyderabad. 

2. Prince Shahrukh Mirza, son of the Emperor 

Taimur Shah. 

3. Nawab Zufer Na,ib Khan. 

1548 fol. chart. 

Arabic and Persian. — The Surah ; an Arabic and 
Persian Dictionary, 2 vols. (Ouseley). 

1549 14" X 9". 

Persian. — Shah Nameh, with coloured pictures. 

(From the Library of Tippoo Sultan. Presented by the 
Hon. E. I. Company.) 

1550 fol. 

Persian. — Shah Nameh, lithographed. 

With elaborate coloured pictures, Bombay, a.h. 1272. 



1551 ii"x7i". 

Persian. — Shah Nameh, with pictures. 
(Presented by Harold Littledale, M.A.) 

1552 8vo. 

Persian. — Poem in eulogy of Shah Tahmasp, 

A.H. 1 144. 

(From the Royal Library at Shiraz. A fine specimen of 
Persian calligraphy and binding. Presented by W. Digges 
LaTouche, 1786,) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 413 

1553 8vo. 

Persian. — Fersi Nameh; or Natural History of horses, 
translated from the Sanskrit, and dedicated to 
the Emperor Jehangir. (Ouseley.) 

1554 
Persian. — Muferreh ul Kulub. Four stories from the 

Kalilah wa Dimnah, translated from the Hindi. 
(Ouseley.) 

1555 

Persian. — Sherah Nami Hakk. Commentary on the 

treatise on Ablutions and other conditions of 
prayer, by Sharaf uddin. Imperfect 

1556 8vo chart., pp. 79. 

Persian. — Pand Nameh, or Book of Advice (in verse), 
by Sheikh Ferid uddin 'Atar, with notes in 

Turkish. Followed by a grammatical treatise on 
the Persian language. (Ouseley.) 

1557 
Persian. — Insha, or Letter- Writer. (Ouseley.) 

1558 

Persian. — Badi ul Insha, or Rarities of Correspon- 
dence, a complete Letter-Writer. (Ouseley.) 

1559 7" X 4". 

Persian. — Hadika Sena'i; a poem, ff. 17, a.h. 930. 
(Ouseley.) (See Rieu's Catalogue, 549a.) 

1560 8vo chart. 
Persian. — The Gulistan of Sa di. 

(Fine specimen of binding. Presented by Geo. M'Kay. 
LL.D.) ^ 



414 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1561 8vo chart., s. xix. 
Persian. — The Gulistan of Sa di. 

1562 21^x15". 

Persian. — The Gulistan of Sadi, with extracts from 
other Persian authors, with Commentary in 
Persian, and an English translation and notes 
on part of the book, by Mr. Long. 
(Presented by Capt. Rich. Long.) 

1563 

Persian. — The Bustan of SaMi. 

(Beautifully written and finely bound, with the autograph 
of Edmund Burke, by whom it was presented). 

1564 

Persian. — The Bustan and Gulistan of Sa'di. 
(Presented by W. Digges Latouche, 1786.) 

1565 
Persian.^ — The Bustan of Sa'dl, Imperfect. (Ouseley.) 

1566 
Persian. — Ferhang-i Gulistan ; a Dictionary explain- 
ing difficult words and idioms in the Gulistan of 
Sadi. (Written for Mr. Andrews, a.h. 1190, 
A.D. 1786.) (Ouseley.) 

1567 
Persian. — The Sikander Nameh, or History of Alex- 
ander the Great. (Composed by Nizam i in the 

I2th century). (Ouseley.) 

1568 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Divan i Jami. Odes on various subjects, 
in imitation of Hafiz, by 'Abd ur Rahman 

Jami. 

(Presented by Geo. M'Kay, LL.D.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 415 

1569 

Persian. — Poem on Sufiism, by Jalal uddin Rumi. 
(Ouseley.) 

1570 

Persian. — A fragment of a mystic Poem. (Ouseley.) 

1571 4to chart. 

Persian. — The Quatrains of *Omar Khayyam. 
(Presented by Whitley Stokes, Esq.) 

1572 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Another copy of the Quatrains of *Omar 
Khay}^am. 

(Presented by Whitley Stokes, Esq.) 

1573 fol. 

Persian. — Anvar i Suhaili. A modernized version of 
the Kalilah wa Dimnah ; 2 vols. (Ouseley.) 
(See Rieu's Catalogue, 756a. This begins similarly.) 

1574 

Persian. — Select passages from the Koran, translated 
into Persian. (Ouseley.) 

1575 

Persian. — Odes by Shahi. 

(A beautiful example of calligraphy and binding.) 

1576 fol. min. chart. 

Persian. — Medical Treatises. 

1°. Khulasat ul Hikmat, or Essence of Medicine, 

by Hakhim Hamid, a resident of Dibalpur in 

the reign of Shah Jehan. 



41 6 ' CA TAL OG UE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

2°. Faras Nameh, a treatise on Farriery by the same. 
3°. Jalal ul Asma; a Vocabulary of Drugs, etc., by 
the same. 

(Presented by Major J. NicoUs, 1805.) 

1677 

Persian. — History of Joseph and Zuleikha, by Jami ; 
illuminated. 

(From the Royal Library at Shiraz. Presented by W. 
Digges Latouche, 1786.) 

1678 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Salasil azzahab, or the Golden Chain. 

Poem by Jami. 

(From the Royal Library at Shiraz; a fine specimen of 
Persian binding. Presented by W. Digges Latouche, 1786.) 

1679 

Persian. — History of Hindustan during the reign of 
the Emperor Jehangir ; 2 vols, (with paintings). 
(Ouseley.) 

1580 

Persian. — The Akbar Nameh, or History of Akbar ; 
2 vols. (Ouseley.) 

1581 
Persian. — Akhlak-i-Nasiri. A Treatise on Ethics, 
by Nasir ud din Tusi. See Rieu's Catalogue, 

441b. 

(Presented by Major Nicolls, 1805.) 

1582 

Persian. — Adab-i-Nemaz ; a treatise on modes and 
conditions of prayer. By Mohammed Mukim. 

(Ouseley.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 417 



1583 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Insha Abul-Fazl, or Letters (of Akbar), by 
Abul-Fazl. (Ouseley.) 

1584 
Persian. — Tarikh 'Abdullah Khan. Letters from 
Akbar to 'Abdullah Khan, written by Abul-Fazl ; 
dated A.H. 1 188. (Ouseley.) 

1585 4to chart. 

Persian. — A' in Akbari. The Institutes of Akbar ; 
2 vols. (Ouseley.) See Rieu's Catalogue, 248a. 

1586 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Tuhfat-ul 'Irakain, a poem by Khakani 

(Afzal ud-din Bazil), describing his journey 

from Shir\'an to Mecca. See Rieu's Catalogue, 
560 b. (Ouseley.) 

1587 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Kitab i Khusrau wa Shiiin, by Hatifi, with 
pictures. (Latouche.) 

1588 4to chart. 

Persian. — Kadiri's abridgment of Nakhshabi's Tuti 

Nameh, or Tales of a Parrot. (See Rieu, 753 ; 
Ethe, 424.) 

1589 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Divan i Hafiz. Contains, in addition to 

the shorter poems, the IVIughanni and the Saki 

Nameh. The first two pages adorned and inter- 
lined with gold and colours. 
2 E 



4 1 8 CA TALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1590 7" X 5i", ff. 200, A.H. 1 158. 

Persian. — Dah Majlis ; the Ten Sittings ; an account 
of the death of Mohammed, Fatimah, 'Ali, etc. 
(see Rieu, p. 165 ; Ethe, 78). 

1591 8" X 6". 

Persian. — The Romance of Prince Khurshid. 

1692 8vo., pp. 40. 

Persian, — Mussulman Traditions, with poetical ex- 
planations of the Arabic letters. (Ouseley.) 

1593 8vo, pp. 47, A.H. 1035. 

Persian. — Treatise on Talismans. (Ouseley.) 

1594 

Persian. — Anecdotes of Nur Jehan Begum, wife of 
the Emperor Jehangir. (Ouseley). 

1595 
Persian. — Vocabulary and Dialogues. (Ouseley.) 

1596 8vo, pp. 114, A.H, 1 143, 
Persian, — Nisab us sibyan. (Ouseley.) 

(Begins on the verso of fol. 23 as numbered.) 

1597 8vo, pp. 34. 

Persian. — Kisseh Rouh ve Dil, or Heart and Soul ; 
an allegory. (Ouseley.) 

1598 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Poem in praise of Fatimah, pp.^6. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 419 

1599 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Poem entitled Nasayeh, by Sayyid A'zam 
ibn Sayyid Vali, pp. 22. 

1600 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Letters and Stories, pp. 24. 

1601 8vo chart. 
Persian. — Letters, pp. 32. 

1602 4to chart. 

Persian. — Almanack, specifying lucky and unlucky 
days, etc., pp. 29. 

1603 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Epistolary Correspondence, pp. 47. 
Begins fol. 1 7^. 

1604 8vo chart. 

Persian. — On the mystical poetry of the Persians, 
particularly of Hafiz, pp. 26. 

1605 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Metaphysical Essays, pp. 8. 

1606 4to chart. 

Persian. — Grammar, in Arabic, pp. 2 1 . 

1607 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Anecdotes of Mohammed, pp. 2^^. 

(Ouseley.) 

1608 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Risaleh i Khush Guftar; a poem on the 
history of the Emperor Farrukhsiyer, pp. 31. 

(Ouseley.) 

2 E 2 



420 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1609 %\" X 6". 

Persian. — Baharistan i Mohabbat. The Springtime 
of Friendship, by Ya'kub Khan, a Christian 

Israelite. Written by command of the Maharaja 
Chhatr Singh Bhao, in the first year of the 
Emperor 'Alamgir the Second. 

1610 

Persian. — An Astrological Ephemeris, beautifully 
written and ornamented. 

1611 8vo chart. 

Persian. — Poem by Vasfi, who lived in the time of 

Akbar; written a.h. ioii. 

(Taken after the siege of Delhi, 1857, by Geo. Roe 
Boyce, M.A.) 

1612 2irxi4r. 

Hindustani and Persian. — i. A Dictionary, English, 
Persian, and Hindustani, in five columns. 
I. English (alphab.); 2. Persian; 3. Hindustani 
in English and Persian characters ; 4. sentences 
containing the opposite word in English and 
Persian; 5. the same sentence in Hindustani. 
By Mr. Long. 

2. Explanation of Revenue Terms in English and 

Hindustani. 

3. Signals and words of command for the manual 

exercise, as performed in Bengal, Sept., 1775; in 
English and Hindustani, pp. 398. 

4. Nine letters in Hindustani. 

(Presented by Capt. Rich. Long, 1788.) 

1613 4to chart. 

Hindustani. — An elementary vocabulary, Persian 
and Hindustani, for children. By Darabjl of 
Surat. (Ouseley.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 421 

1614 
Hindustani. — Kissa I La'l o Guher : Story of Ruby 
and Pearl in verse. (Ouseley.) 

1615 
Hindustani. — Kissa i haft hikayat ; the Romance of 
Seven Stories. (Ouseley.) 

1616 4to. 

Hindustani. — Yusuf Nameh ; the history of Joseph 
and Zuleika, pp. 97. (In the Punjabi dialect) 

1617 A.H. 982; A.D. 1574. 

Turkish. — Poems by various authors, pp. 181. 
(Ouseley.) 

1618 
Turkish. — Poems by various authors, pp. 34. 

(Ouseley.) 



1619 4" X 3". 

Turkish. — Passages from the Koran, with charms, 
Arabic and Turkish, 2 vols., pp. 419. (Ouseley.) 

1620 8vo. 

Turkish. — Biographies of Saints, 3 vols., ff. 300. 

(Ouseley). 

(Selections from Ibn Khallikan, translated by 'Abd 
Fakir Mohammed for Mustapha Pasha. 

1621 4to. 

Turkish. — Miscellanies, Arabic and Turkish, in a 
modern hand on European paper, pp. 42. 
(Ouseley.) 

1622 8vo. 

Turkish. — Letters, pp. 30. (Ouseley.) 



422 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1623 9" X 6", flf. 264; A.H. 1230. 

Turkish. — Risalet el Mohammediyeh ; an exposition 
of Mohammedan Law in verse, by Yasiji Oghli 
Mohammed. See Rieu's Catalogue, i68a. 

1624 
Sanskrit. — Bhagavadgita. Illuminated and illustra- 
ted with pictures. On a roll, enclosed in a glass 
case, and so arranged that it can be unrolled 
without opening the case. 



1625 7" X 4" 

Sanskrit. — Bhagavadgita, with selections from ^anti- 
parva. With coloured pictures. 

1626 15" X er. 

Sanskrit. — Anucasana Parva, Mahabharata lib. xiii., 
ff. 145. 

1627 15" X 6i". 

Sanskrit. — Acvamedha Parva, Mahabharata lib. xiv., 
ff. 292. 

1628 i7"x7i". 

Sanskrit. — Bhagavata Purana, lib. x., 2 vols., ff. 146 
and 131. 

1629 7" X 2^". 

Sanskrit. — Cabda-Candrika : a condensed Sanskrit 
Grammar. Samvat, 1820. 

1630 8" X 6". 

Sanskrit. — The Karmavipaka of the Maharnava 
Purana, ff. 29. 

1631 61" X 4". 

Sanskrit. — Fragments of a MS. containing a relation 
by the Sage Narada of a conversation of Maha- 
deva (i.e. the god Civa) with his wife Parvati. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 423 

1632 7" X 4" 

Sanskrit. — Markandeya-purana ; bks. i— 13, with mis- 
cellaneous selections. With coloured pictures. 

1633 
Sanskrit. — A packet containing a few leaves 
(4" X 3|-") in the Kaiyanagari character, de- 
scribing the birth of Ram, and containing his 
lamentation ; also some pictures. 

1634 10" X 7"; flF. 238. 

A copy of the Granth, or Holy Book of the Sikhs. 

(Taken during the pursuit after the battle of Goojerat, 
and presented to the Library by Lieut. Fred. Ellis.) 

1635 10" X 4i", flF. 42. 
Prakrit. — Kokosastra. 

1636 fol., s. xix. 

Tamil. — Vinnappams or petitions for redress or other 
favours, from ryots or [other] parties to the 
divisional officer. 

Arzis, or official communications from an inferior to a 
superior officer. 

Takids, or orders of a superior to an inferior officer. 

(Presented, 1879, by H. Le Fanu, Esq., B.A., Madras 
C. S.) 

1637 10" X 7". 

Telugu. — A Treatise on Music. 

(Presented by Whitley Stokes, Esq.) 

1638 8" X 5". 

Malay. — Un'dang-un'dang Malayu. A Malacca Ver- 
sion. 

(Presented by Rev. Chas. Hamilton, 181 8.) 



424 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1639 
Pali and Burmese. — The Visuddhi-marga, Pali with 
Burmese Commentary ; ending with fol. yi. 
Written on plantain leaves. 

1640 
Pali and Burmese. — The Bhuridat-jat from fol. tah to 
fol. naw (front end missing). Written on plan- 
tain leaves. 

1641 
Pali and Burmese. — The Candakummara-jat from 
fol. be to fol. yu. Written on plantain leaves. 

1642 
Pali. — The Upasampada Kammavaca ; Manual of 
Ordination of Buddhist Priests. Written on 
plantain leaves. 

1643 fol., 2o"x 13". 

Pali. — History of Buddha. 

(Presented by Rev, Dr. Doran to Provost Barth. Lloyd, 
and by him to the Library, 1831.) 

1644 8" X 6i". 

Malabar. — Vocabulary, English, Malabar, and Per- 
sian, ff. 21. 

1645 sqq. 

Chinese Books. — These books (except 1650) are not 
manuscript, but being kept amongst the MSS., 
they have been catalogued with them, and do 
not appear in the catalogue of printed books. 

1645 ii"xio". 

Chinese. — * Booke of Dires of Japon ' ; book xli. 
(Presented by Archbishop Parker, of Dublin.) 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY OLLEGE, DUBLIN. 42 5 

1646 9" X 5". 

Chinese. — Confucian Analects; with the works of 
Mencius. 

1647 8V' X 5". 

Chinese. — A Treatise on Natural History, in eight 
parts, of which the first five treat of plants ; 
part six of birds, reptiles, insects, and marine 
animals ; part seven of quadrupeds ; and part 
eight of minerals. 

1648 
Chinese. — Map of China, six feet square. 

1649 15" X 8". 

Chinese. — Plates in illustration of Mechanics and 
other branches of Natural Philosophy; in two 
parts. 

1650 12" X 12". 

Chinese. — A series of forty drawings, in Indian ink, 
on silk, in 2 vols. 

(Presented by Lord Kingsborough.) 

1651 
Chinese. — The San kwo chi, consisting of 184 
leaves of silk paper. Of the latter 88 leaves, 
every alternate one contains a sketch of a 
Chinese figure; these are drawn in a great 
variety of costumes. 

1652 

Chinese. — A collection of Moral Tales, illustrated 
with 62 drawings. 

1653 5F'x+". 

Japanese. — A small book containing 106 pp. in the 
Firokana character (printed). 



426 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1654 
Japanese. — Coloured map of the country round the 
temples of Kamakura and Diboots. 80" x 25" 
(printed). 

(Presented by Capt. Egan, 1868.) 

1655 
Japanese. — Coloured map of the Japanese Empire, 
38" X 26" (printed). 

(Presented by W. Eustace, Esq., 1866.) 

1656 
Tibetan. — A Calendar 26" x 18" (printed). 

The 2nd line contains the names of the 10 elements, 
wood, fire, earth, iron, water, each masculine and feminine 
as in Chinese. 

3rd line. The 12 signs of the Zodiac with the colours of 
the elements named above (Mouse, Ox, Tiger, Hare, 
Dragon, Serpent, Horse, Sheep, Ape, Bird, Dog, Hog.) 

8th line. Symbols for 3, 5, 9, i, recurring, each with its 
colour. In the second instance 9 occurs twice. 

9th, loth, nth. The digits in reversed order, each with 
its colour (i, 8, 6, white; 9, 7, red; 3, blue; 2, gray; 
4, green ; 5, yellow). 

The 9th line thus: — 9 8765, etc. 

The loth line thus: — 4 3219, etc. 

The nth line thus : — 7 6543, etc. 

12th line has the five elements, each single. 

13th, the 12 signs each with the colour of the element 
above it. 

The combinations of the five elements (or 10) with the 
12 signs give the names of the years in the cycle of 60. 

On the right hand side below is a series of magic squares; 
and on the outer border the names of the signs. 

(Presented by Rev. Dr. Stubbs.) 

1657 membr. 

Tibetan. — Nine vellum leaves about 25" long and 6\" 
to 81" wide. 

The contents are as follows : — 

I. A leaf of the Prajnaparamita, containing the conclusion 
of ch. 16 (with the title) and the beginning of ch. 17 
(fol. 52 in the recension of 100,000 verses). 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 427 



2, 3. The conclusions of ch. 14 and ch. 16, respectively, 
of the same work in the recension of 8000 verses. 

4-6. if. 14, 31, 58 (?) of the Bhadrakalpika-sutra, being 
portions of chaps. 20, 21, etc. 

7, 8. Fragments of the Kanjur, containing part of sutra 
II and the beginning of sutra 12. 

9. Unidentified fragment of a work treating apparently of 
the four truths of Buddhism. 

1658 sqq. 

Egyptian. — Papyri presented by Lord Kingsborough. 
The following account is abridged from Dr. 
Edw. Hincks' ' Catalogue of the Egyptian 
Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, 
Dublin,' Dublin, 1843. The numbers are those 
in Hincks' Catalogue. 

1658 

Egyptian. — i. Demotic. A Deed of Sale, dated the 
23rd year of Ptolemy Euergetes, 33" x 11". At 
the foot are the remains of a line in Greek. At 
the back are remains of the names of witnesses. 

1659 

Egyptian. — 2. Demotic. Two Deeds of Sale, both 
dated 7th year of Ptolemy Epiphanes, 37" x loj". 
The names of the sixteen witnesses are at the 
back. 

1660 

Egyptian. — 3. Demotic. A Deed of Sale, dated 
5th year of Ptolemy Philometor, 27" x 18". The 
names of the sixteen witnesses are at the back. 

1661 

Egyptian. — 4. Hieroglyphic. Extracts from the 
Book of the Dead, 201" x 14J-" (between the 
lines 13"), but it has been divided into three 



428 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

parts since Hincks' time. A small portion, pro- 
bably four or five inches, is wanting at the 
beginning-, and the first few columns are mutil- 
ated. The first three inches are occupied by the 
remains of a picture in which the deceased was 
represented worshipping Osiris Fent-hem-pamenti 
in a naos, accompanied by Isis and Nephtys. At 
the end of the MS. a space of 46 inches is 
occupied by an adoration of the Sun, containing 
24 columns of text and a picture ; a represen- 
tation of Amenti as a discophorous hawk adored 
by two men and two women, and by four 
baboons ; and a representation of the deceased 
and his wife worshipping Hathor as a cow 
issuing from the mountain, attended by a hippo- 
potamus on her hind legs. 

The intervening space is divided by a horizontal 
band, above which is a series of coloured repre- 
sentations divided by a vertical line 43 inches 
from the beginning. The former set contains 
the principal parts of the funeral procession and 
ceremonies at the tomb, which in the Turin 
papyrus are placed over the first fifteen chapters. 
The latter set includes the most remarkable of 
the representations over the seventeenth chapter, 
mixed with others that occur in subsequent parts, 
and some that do not occur in the Turin copy. 
The text under the first set contains the first 
chapter with some omissions. That under the 
second set contains a repetition of the same text, 
anda part of the seventeenth chapter. The blanks 
left for the name of the person have not been 
filled up. Hincks remarks that the MS. has 
been pronounced to be one of the best in Europe 
in point of embellishment. It is surpassed, how- 
ever, by the papyrus of Ani, the embellishments 
of which are similar in character. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 429 

1662 

Egyptian. — 5. Hieroglyphic. Extracts from the 
Book of the Dead, as applied to Sachons, the 
daughter of Ese, 289" x t\" ^ but now divided 
into four parts. The interval between the ruled 
lines at top and bottom is only 5^". There is a 
great variety of illustrations coloured, and some 
gilt. Four of the pictures occupy the whole 
height. It is defective at the beginning. It 
begins with the last words of chap. 2, then follow 
chaps. 3-13 and the second section of 15. Over 
these are the representations of the ceremonies 
at the tomb. The following chapters have above 
them the appropriate vignettes in the place of 
the titles, viz. 16, 18, 21, 23, 25-27, 30, 31 
(these two almost illegible), 33, 34, 37, 40, 41, 

j 43-45» 47, 48, 50-52, 54, 63 (to the middle of 

col. 3), 71, 72, 76, 81, 87, 89, 91, 92, 100, the 
picture of the fields of Tme in chap, r 10, and 
the picture at the end of the chapter (not the 
text) 101 (part), 117, 124, 125 (to the middle of 
col. 4), the 42 denials with the names of the 
assessors, and the picture of the psychostasia, 
parts of 144, 146, and 148, 151, 152 (to the 
middle of col. 3), 155—159, the picture in 161, 
162—165. ' The text appears to be uncommonly 
accurate, and the linear hieroglyphics in which it 
is written, though small, are ver}^ neatly and cor- 
rectly formed. If a critical edition of the Ritual 
should ever be undertaken, the authority of this 
MS. would be very great,' Hincks. 

1663 

Egyptian. — 6. Hieroglyphic. Extracts from the 
Book of the Dead, as applied to Ouonnofre, 
76" X 7" (between the lines 7"}. It contains 



430 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

chaps. 1 8 (the invocations of Thoth), 26, 27, and 
28. 

Over the greater part of the invocations is a space between 
the ruled lines in which the deities mentioned are repre- 
sented, with the deceased person doing homage to the 
rulers of each region. There are some variations from the 
Turin text which, in Hincks' opinion, seem preferable to it. 

1664 

Egyptian. — 7. Hieroglyphic. Extracts from the 
Book of the Dead, as applied to Te-saf, daughter 
of Tepar, 37-i-" x 20" (between the lines only 10"). 
At the left, where the MS. concludes, is a large 
representation of the psychostasia; to this was 
joined the i8th chapter. 

1665 

Egyptian. — 8. Hieroglyphic. A representation of a 
procession of Deities. The solar hawk, within a 
circle, is followed by Atmon, and he by 26 others, 
all swathed like mummies ; 46" x 8^" (between 
the lines 6"). 

1666 

Egyptian. — 9. Hieroglyphic. Scenes from the Book 
of the Dead as applied to the sacerdotal scribe 
of Amonei (or Thebes), 63" x 9" (between the 
lines 7"). On the right is Osiris Fent-hem- 
pamenti with a black face, attended by Isis and 
Nephtys ; che deceased is worshipping him. 
Next to this is the psychostasia in which, con- 
trary to the usual custom, the seat of judgment 
is occupied by Thoth in the form of a baboon 
with the moon over his head. Next, the de- 
ceased is represented worshipping Chnouphis : 
some birds are underneath, one of which has a 
human head, ' probably representing the soul of 
the deceased.' 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 431 

These scenes occupy the right hand side of the 
papyrus ; at each end of the other half of it, the 
deceased is represented worshipping the 42 
assessors, who are represented within a house, or 
shrine, behind which appear two fantastic heads 
of animals. Over each is an address to him, 
containing his name, and below it is the name of 
the deceased. Before the assessors are four 
other Deities with their names over them, viz. 
Phre, Atmon, Seb, and Osiris. 

1667 

Egyptian. — 10. Hieroglyphic. Scene from the Book 
of the Dead, or some similar book, 59" x 9" 
(between the lines 7-^"). The superintendent of 
the store of Amon, king of the gods, Pemahit- 
chons, is represented at the right of the papyrus 
worshipping Osiris Fent-hem-pamenti, followed 
by Isis, Nephtys, and a number of minor deities. 

1668 

Egyptian. — 11. Hieroglyphic. Fragment of a pa- 
pyrus which seems to have contained an extract 
from the Book of the Dead, or some similar 
work, 40" X 10" (between the lines 8"). Towards 
the conclusion is a vignette representing a barge, 
in which are two baboons adoring the bird 
Benno, which is within a circular enclosure. No 
such vignette occurs in the Turin papyrus, nor 
has the accompanying text been recognised 
elsewhere. 

1669 

Egyptian. — 12. Hieratic. Fragments of a MS. which 
appears to have contained parts of most of the 
chapters of the Book of the Dead, 347" x 14^" 
(divided since Hincks' time), written for Te-bal, 



432 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

daughter of Sachns. As the writer scarcely 
ever extended a chapter to a second column, 
more than half the chapters are unfinished. It 
contains parts of 17, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 
31—46 (over 42 are the figures of thirteen of the 
twenty-one deities, among whom the members of 
the deceased were distributed ; ' the names of 
the members are as completely destroyed as if 
the hiatus had been intentional),' 48—52, 54, 
59-68, 70-98, 100, loi, 103-11 1 (with the 
vignette of 112), 113-119, 121, 122, 124, the 
forty-two denials extracted from 125, with an 
addition which is not in the Turin copy ; the 
picture of the psychostasia 126, 127 (vignette of 
128), 129-133 (the vignette in this chapter differs 
from that in the Turin copy, and the vignette of 
1 3 1 omitted there is given here, viz. the deceased 
worshipping a radiating disk) 136, another chap- 
ter not in the Turin copy, 137, 138, 141-158, 
concluding with the picture of 161. The titles 
of the chapters and some words in the body of 
them are written with red ink, and are scarcely 
legible. In the two large pictures of the Fields 
of Tme and the Ps3Thostasia, explanations are 
written over many of the objects, in hieroglyphics. 

1670 

Egyptian. — 13. Hieratic. Extracts from the Book of 
the Dead, as applied to the superintendent of the 
guardians of the temple of Ammon, Psenchons, 
son of Teai, 123^" x 12" (now divided into two. 
In Hincks' catalogue the length is given as 
6i-^"). The height may have been originally 
greater, as the whole of the papyrus is torn 
along the bottom. It is otherwise much lacer- 
ated, but the writing is well preserved. It con- 
tains the following chapters, some of which are 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 433 

much mutilated: — 18 (latter half), 19 (with the 

vignette), 21, 2^, 2>i, ^2 (?), 40, 50, 51 (?), 54, 

74, a picture of the Psychostasia, 113, 114 (?), 

115, 121, 126, 127, i37-i39» I4i> 142, the 
picture of 148, 162, and another. The vignettes 

of 18 and 113 are placed near the end. In the 

picture of 148 the names of the objects are 
written beside them in hieroglyphics. 

1671 
Egyptian. — 14. Hieratic. Extracts from the Book of 
the Dead, as applied to the sacerdotal scribe of 
Thebes, jMahit-chons, son of a priest of Thebes, 
called Pes-ket-ni-to, \22\" x g^" (now divided 
into two parts). 

At the right-hand extremity is a detached portion, gV' 
square, but much mutilated, in which the deceased is repre- 
sented worshipping Osiris Fent-hem-pamenti attended by 
Isis. The first 92 inches are in the Hieratic character, and 
are divided into twelve columns, the lower part of the last 
being occupied by something written in red ink, enclosing 
a vignette of the basin of liquid fire. The deceased is then 
represented with hands uplifted as in adoration ; and before 
him are thirteen columns of hieroglyphics which have not 
been recognised in the Turin copy. Beyond these is the 
picture of the fields of Tm^, and between the compartments 
of this picture are explanatory legends in hieroglyphics. 
From the discoloration of the MS. and the fading of the red 
ink, it is not easy to discover its contents. The second 
column, however, contains the 6th, 30th, and 29th chapters; 
and the third begins with chap. 31. The fourth contains 
chaps. 81 and 80 and the beginning of 85, which is con- 
cluded in the sixth column; the 125th chap, begins in the 
middle of the sixth column ; the forty-two denials with the 
names of the assessors, extend nearly to the bottom of the 
ninth column, and are followed by the same passage which 
follows them in No. 12. 

1672 
Egyptian. — 15. Hieratic. 76'' x 40". Extracts from 
the Book of the Dead, as applied to a female 
named Roroon, who was in the service of 

2F 



434 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

Amon-Ra, and was a musician to some other 
deity. It contains a representation of the de- 
ceased worshipping Osiris Fent-hem-pamenti with 
a black face, after which are nine columns in the 
Hieratic character. The contents are 27 (ap- 
parently); 28, a chapter; 6, 5, a chapter; 30, 
119, 81, 80, unfinished; 115, a chapter; 77, a 
short chapter with a title like that of chap. 99, 
but with the character for * another ' prefixed (it 
contains the names of certain parts of the ferry- 
boat) ; a part of 125, ending- with the forty-two 
denials. There are certainly some chapters in 
this MS. which are wanting in the Turin copy. 

1673 
Egyptian. — 16. Hieratic. 55" x 5". Extracts from 
the Book of the Dead, as applied to the priest of 
Amon at Thebes, Djotchons. It begins at the 
right hand with a well executed picture of the 
deceased worshipping Phre-Atmon (the rising 
and setting sun) and Osiris Fent-hem-pamenti, 
with a black face, as presiding over the night of 
death. This is followed by eleven columns 
distinctly written in the Hieratic character. The 
names of the persons represented in the picture 
are in hieroglyphics. It contains chaps. 133 and 
136, with the commencement of 135, being de- 
votions addressed to the Sun. 

1674 

Egyptian. — Hieratic. 70" x 6". Extracts from the 
Book of the Dead, as applied to Esenofre, hold- 
ing some employment in the service of Amon. 
At the commencement is part of the usual pic- 
ture of the deceased worshipping Osiris Fent-hem- 
pamenti, with a black face ; the figure of the god 
remains. This is followed by five columns of 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 435 

Hieratic character. The MS. contains chaps. 
23—25, 27, 28, and another entitled ' the chapter 
of giving . . . the head of the deceased.' There 
is no chapter with a like title in the Turin copy ; 
and other chapters in this MS. appear to be 
much fuller than they are there. 

1675 

Egyptian. — 18. Hieratic. A piece of cloth, 19" x 3^", 
containing a line in the Hieratic character re- 
lating to Har-si-esi, son of Ese. A royal name 
appears in it, but it is that of ' Ouon-nofre, the 
truth-speaking,' that is, Osiris. 

1676 

Egyptian. — 19. Hieratic. Sixteen pieces of linen 
cloth, being bandages of a mummy. The entire 
length is about 250" ; the height 2^' to 3". 

Five of them are of a superior texture and contain, 
among other chapters, the 23rd, and a fragment of the 28th, 
with the vignette. The remaining eleven are coarse, and 
only a few words here and there can be made out. The 
vignettes show that one contains the 102nd and 103rd 
chapters, and another the 1 14th and 1 15th. The vignettes of 
chaps. 27, 72, and 30 (all on one fragment), 86, 92, and 
others, are also observable. The copy of 23 here given 
agrees with that in No. 17, in supplying a passage omitted 
through an homoeoteleuton in the Turin text. 

1677 

Syriac. — Ephrem Syrus. De Sapientia et Scientia. 

A collection of proverbs alphabetically arranged in twenty- 
two sections, each section again divided alphabetically into 
twenty-two. 

1678 4to chart. 

Arabic. — Ephemerides. With a treatise on Arith- 
metic (Huntingdon). 

2F 2 



436 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, 

1679 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Persian. — The Story of the king of Tabristan and the 
Sentinel, from the Tooti Nameh, with English 
translation, and a collection of sentences in 
Persian and English. 

1680 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Persian. — An English-Persian Vocabulary. 

1681 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Persian. — An English-Persian Vocabulary. 

This is a fair copy of the preceding and intended to be 
more full, but it extends only to M, and the Persian is only 
partially supplied. These two books belonged to John 
Chas. Macklin, Fort St. George, 1770. 

1682 4to chart., s. xviii. 
Persian. — A Vocabulary, with phrases. 

1683 

Hebrew. — Martinii (Pet) Grammaticae Hebraeae 
Libri Duo Paris, 1580. With MS. additions 
and annotations. 

1684 4to chart. 
Servian. — Grammar. 

1685 8vo chart. 

Servian. — The Psalms, with the Hymns used in 
Divine Service. 

(Belonged to Ambrose Ussher). 

1686 fol. chart., s. xix. 
Explanation of the Peruvian Quipoes, 3 vols. 

Vol. 2 consists of an interpretation (in Latin) of the 
several symbols in order, Ex. gr. " Rotundus Rex Palitium 
Rex Homo Gradus Venio ambulare aviatum." 

Vol. 3 contains the English interpretation of the same. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 437 

Vol. I, besides an Introduction, contains a continuous 
narrative founded on this interpretation. 

This MS. was among the books of the Earl of Kingston, 
but having been mislaid at the time of the sale of his 
library by Messrs. Hodges and Smith to Mr. Boone, 
remained in the possession of Messrs. Hodges and Smith 
until January, 1872, when it was sent to auction and 
purchased for this Librar)\ 

1687 4to chart., s. xix. 

The first Lecture of "Lectures on American Literature, 
with Remarks on some Passages of American 
History. By Samuel L[orenzo] Knapp. New 
York, 1829 " ; containing an account of the 
invention of the Cherokee Alphabet. 



I 



1688 8vo chart., s. xvii. 

Sermons by Anthon}^ Dopping, Bishop of Meath ; 
3 vols. 

1689 8vo chart., s. xvii. 

** An Accompt of such authors as are in my study 
that treat of practical things usefull for sermons." 
By the same. 

1690 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

Diary of Dr. Joseph Stock, Bishop of Killala from 
August 23 to Sept 20, 1798. 

Presented by Mr. St. George Stock, 1898. 

1691 8vo chart., 1588. 

The Offices of Baptism, Marriage, Visitation of the 
Sick, and Burial of the Dead ; according to the 
Sarum use. In Latin, but with the exhortations, 
etc., in English. Rubricated. Imperfect. 



438 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



CATALOGUE OF THE FAGEL COLLECTION 
OF MAPS, PLANS, Etc. 



Portfolio I. Atlas Coeleyte, Mappe monde, Europe, 
etc. 

1. Planisphaerium Terrestre cum utroque Coelesti Hemi- 
sphaerio, sive diversa orbis Terraquei pro variatis divisionis 
conspectus . . . positionum et observationum circunistantiis 
multis in locis correcta variisque . . . cosmographicis 
illustrationibus pluriumque Naturae Phaenomenorum ex- 
plicationibus . . . aucta et ornata repraesentatio : Opera et 
studio A. F. Ziirneri, Reg. Maj. Pol. et El. Sax. Provinciarum 
finiumque Commissarii et Geographi ut etReg. Soc. Sc. B. M. 
Ex officina Petri Schenkii. 

2. Planisphaerium Coeleste. Opera G. C. Eimmarti. 
Prostat in oflficina Homanniana. 

3. Planiglobii Terrestris cum utroque Hemisphaerio 
Coelesti generalis Repraesentatio quam ex novissimis . . . 
Geographorum scriptis concinnatam multisque phaeno- 
menis illustratam publice proponit Jo. Bapt. Homann, 
Sac. Caes. Maj. Geographus et Reg. Scientiarum Acad. 
Berolinensis Socius. Norimbergae. 

4. Nouvelle Carte de la Moitie Meridionale du Globe 
Terrestre, montrant la Variation du Compas, ou le mer- 
veilleux accord enchain^ des mouvemeus regies et ne 
jamais cessans du vivant pouvoir Magnetique telle qu' 
on les a trouvez I'An. 1750 . . . par Nicolas von Ewryk; 
cy-devant Capitaine de Navire au service de la noble 
Compagnie des Indes-Orientales des Pais-Bas Unis . . . 
Amsterdam, 1752. 

5. Nouvelle Carte de la Moitie Septentrionale, etc., ut 
in 4. 

6. Hemisphaerium Coeli Australe, in quo Fixarum loca 
secundum Eclipticae ductum ad annum 1730 completum 
exhibentur a Job. Gabriele Doppelmaiero Math. P. P. 
Acad. Imp. Leop. Carolinae necnon Reg. Scient. Acad. 
Borus. Socio. Opera Joh, Baptistae Homanni Sac. Caes. 
Maj. Geograph. Norimbergae. 



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7. Hemisphaerium Coeli Australe, in quo loca stellaram 
fixarum secundum Aequatorem, per Ascensiones nempe 
rectas et Declinationes ad annum Christi, 1730 completum 
sistuntur a Joh. Gabriele Doppelmaiero, etc., ut supra. 
Norimbergae. 

8. Hemisphaerium Coeli Boreale in quo Fixarum loca 
secundum Eclipticae ductum . . . exhibentur, etc., ut in 6. 
Norimbergae. 

9. Hemisphaerium Coeli Boreale, etc., ut in 7. Norim- 
bergae. 

10. Sterre Kaert of Hemels Pleyn, waer door men kan 
wete hoe laet dat het is over de Gehele Aertkloot, op alle 
Meridiane, en Polus Hoogte en Opwat Lengte en Brete de 
Voorsz Sterre staen Bezuwyde en Benoorde de Liniae 
Aequinoctialis. Amsterdam. Uytgegeven door Renier et 
J. Ottens. 

11. Ephemerides Motuum Coelestium Geometricae in 
quibus secundum Hypothesin Copernicanam omnia Motuum 
Planetariorum irregularium Phaenomena, h. e. Directiones 
Stationes et Retrogradationes praecipue ad an Chr. 1708 et 
1709 ut et eorum causae curiosae ad oculum demonstrantur 
a Joh. Gabriele Doppelmaiero, etc. Norimbergae. 

12. Nuntius Coelestis et Ephemerides Geometricae VI. 
Planetarum Primariorum ... in systemate Copernicano, ad 
Annum Christi 1727 ... A Conrado Zum Bach de Coesfelt 
M. D. et Mathemat : Gerardus et Leonardus Valk Sculps, 
apud quos Amstelodami. 

Usus Ephemeridis Geometricae Sex Planetarum primari- 
orum. 

13. Motus Planetarum superiorum, qui secundum Tychonis 
Hypothesin singulis suis periodis per lineas spirales con- 
tingunt exempli loco in primo seculi xviii triente geometrice 
exhibiti a Joh. Gabr. Doppelmaiero, etc. Norimbergae. 

14. Phaenomena jNIotuum Irregularium quos Planetae 
inferiores Venus et Mercurius ad annum Salutis MDCCX 
Directionibus Stationibus et Retrogradationibus suis e 
Terra spectandos praebent . . . pro Hypotheseos Copernic. 
firmamento Geometrice demonstrata a Joh. Gabr. Doppel- 
maiero, etc. Norimbergae. 

15. iMotus in Coelo Spirales quos Planetae inferiores . . . 
secundum Tychonicorum Hypothesin exhibent pro exempio 
ad Annum Christi praecipue 171 2 et 171 3 descripti a Joh. 
Gabr. Doppelmaiero, etc. Opera J. B. Homanni, Nori- 
bergae. 

16. Theoria Planetarum Primariorum ; in qua ipsorum 
motus in Copernicano Systemate tarn ex Kepleri et re- 
centiorum Astronomorum quam aliorum, ut, Sethi Wardi, 



440 CA TA LOGUE OF MA NUSCRIPTS, MA PS, ETC. 



Ismaelis Bullialdi et Nicolai Mercatoris Hypothesibus 
Ellipticis demonstrantur, exhibente Job. Gabr. Doppel- 
mayero. Noribergae. 

17. Phaenomena in Planetis primariis, quae facies di- 
versas, ex illorum phasibus maculis et fasciis seu zonis ortas 
sistunt, exhibita a Job. Gabr. Doppelmaiero. Noribergae. 

18. Systema Solare et Planetarium ex hypothesi Coper- 
nicana secundum elegantissimas . . . Hugenii deductiones, 
novissime coUectum et exhibitum a Job. Bapt. Homanno. 
Noribergae. 

iq. Iteruni. 

20. Theoria cometarum, in qua praecipua eorum Phaeno- 
mena ex recentiorum Astronomorum observationibus secun- 
dum ill. Newtoni et eel. Whistoni Hypothesin geometrice 
deducta cum aliis exhibentur a Job. Gabr. Doppelmaiero. 
Noribergae. 

21. A Scheme of the Solar System, with the Orbits of 
the Planets and Comets belonging thereto, described from 
Dr. Halley's accurate Table of Comets Philosoph. Transact. 
No. 277, founded on S"' Isaac Newton's wonderful dis- 
coveries by Wm. Whiston, M.A. By John Senex and John 
Maxwell, London, 17 13. 

22. A full account of the last Total Eclipse of the Sun, 
April 22nd, 1715, together with a Calculation and Con- 
struction of y* next great Eclipse of y* Sun. May nth, 
1724, for Dublin, Bristol, London, Paris, and Venice. 
By W. Whiston, M.A., London. 

23. A Description of the Passage of the Shadow of the 
Moon over England as it was observed in the late Total 
Eclipse of the Sun, April 22, 1715, Man6. Engraved by 
John Senex. London. 

24. Vertoning van de Merkwaardige Zons-Verduistering 
ofte Groote Zons-Eclips. die wezen zal den 13 Mey, 1733 
hoe deselve zig boven de Stad Amsterdam en andere 
omleggende Steden zal vertonen, alles op een nieuwe en 
uytvoerige wyse uytgewerkt na de Beroemde Astronomise 
Tafels van de H' de la Hire, nevens eene nette Aanwysing 
op dere Wereld Kaart waaren hoe verre daze Verduystering 
zal konnen gezien werden, door Simon Panser, leermeester 
in de wiskunst en Navigatie teEmden. Gedrukt 't Amsterdam. 
By Reinier en Josua Ottens. 

25. De Loop van Mercurius om de Zonne des Jaars 
1736. Beneffens de Verschyning in dezelve den 11 Nov. 
des s' Middags. Fig. i. 

Vertooninge van een Aanmerkelyke Maan Eclips. 
gevallende A° 1736, den 26 Maart Savonts. Fig. 2. 



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Vertooninge van de Tweede Geheele Maans Verduy- 
steringe A" 1736, tuyschen den 19 en 20 Sept. Snagts. 

Fig- 3- 

Vertooninge van de Merkwaardige Zons Verduysteringe, 
invallende op den 4 October Savonts. Fig. 4. 

26. Astronomische Hemel Spiegel waar in men sien kan 
deMerkwaurdigsteHemelsche verschynselen aan Son, Maan, 
en Sterren, hoe dezelve zig nade ware gestalte tot Amster- 
dam en omieggende Steden zuUen vertonen : strekkende 
tot het Jaar 1740 . . . door Symon J. Panser Stads Mathe- 
maticus ... tot Embden. Gedrukt 't Amsterdam by Reinier 
en Josua Ottens. 

27. Basis Geographiae recentioris Astronomica in qua 
situs locorum insigniorum geographici ea exactitudine qua 
celeberrimi Astronomi eosdem per observationes e plurimis 
luminarium et circumjovialium Eclipsibus nobis hactenus 
suppeditarunt . . . designantur a Job. Gabr. Doppelmaiero 
Math. P. P. Opera Joh. Bapt. Homanni S. C. M. Qeogr. 
Norimbergae. 

28. Tabula Selenographica, in qua Lunarium Macularum 
exacta Descriptio secundum Nomenclaturam Praestantissi- 
morum Astronomorum tam Hevelii quam Riccioli . . . ex- 
hibetur a Joh. Gabr. Doppelmaiero Math. P. P. Opera Joh. 
Bapt. Homanni, Norinbergae. 

2g, Hemisphere Austral ou Antarctique projett6 sur un 
Horizon dont le Zenith est situ6 i 140 degr^s de longit. 
Orient, de 1' Isle de Fer, et k 66"* 32' de latit. australe, 
dresse sous les yeu.x de M. le due De Croij par le S' de 
Vaugondy G^ographe ord. du Roi de Pologne, 1773. 

30. Hemisphere Meridional pour voir plus distinctement 
les Terres Australes. Par Guillaume De I'lsle, de 
I'Academie R'* des Sciences. Paris, 17 14. 

31. Iterum . . . Amsterdam chez Jean Covens et C. 
Mortier. 

32. Iterum . . . Amsterdam chez R. et J. Ottens. Geogr. 

33. Iterum . . . Extrait du Voyage aux Terres Australes. 

34. Hemisphere Occidental, dresse en 1720, pour I'usage 
particulier du Roy sur les Observationes Astronomiques et 
Geographiques . . . Par Guillaume De I'lsle, premier 
Geogr. de Sa Majesty. Paris, 1724. 

35. Iterum . . . Amsterdam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

36. Hemisphere Oriental, dresse, etc., ut supra. Paris, 
1724. 

37. Iterum . . . Amsterdam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

38. Hemisphere Septentrional pour voir plus distincte- 
ment les Terres Arctiques, Par Guillaume De I'lsle. Paris, 
1714. 



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39. Iterum . . . Amsterdam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

40. Iterum . . . Corrig^e de nouveau sur la Carte de 
Mr. Johannes Kyrilow, premier Secretaire du Conseil de 
r Empire de Russie, mise au jour depuis peu, et ou est 
indique le Pais de Kamschatka, d' ou le Capitaine Spanberg, 
en 16 jours de terns a voyag6 vers quelques Isles que I'on 
presume apartenir au Japon, suivant I'avis du Resident 
Hollandois Swartz k S' Petersbourg le if Janvier, 1740, 
dont voia {sic) la copie. Amsterdam, chez R. et J. Ottens, 
Geogr. 

41. Mappemonde k I'usage du Roy. Par^ Guillaume 
Delisle premier Geographe de S. M. Paris, 1720. 

42. Iterum; Dresse sur les Observations de M" de 
I'Academie Royale des Sciences, et quelques autres, et sur 
les memoires les plus recens Par M. de I'isle. Amsterdam, 
chez Jean Covens et C. Mortier. 

43. Carte General Contenant les Mondes Celeste Ter- 
restre et Civile (6 feuilles) Paris, 1688. 

44. Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula. Amsterdam!, 
per C. Danckerts. 

45. Diversi Globi Terr-Aquei Statione variante et Visu 
intercedente per Coluros Tropicorum per ambos Polos et 
particul. Sphaerae Zenith in planum delineati Orthographic! 
Prospectus ; Quibus addita pro mutatione Horizontis dif- 
ferentes Sphaerae Positiones, etc. Augustae Vindelic. Cura 
et Studio Matth. Seutteri. S. C. M. Geogr. 

46. An Essay of a New and Compact Map, containing 
the known Parts of the Terrestrial Globe. By N. Bellin, 
Engineer of the Marine. At the Hague, by P. de Hondt, 
1750. 

47. Systema Mundi Tychonicum secundum celeberri- 
morum Astronomorum Tychonis de Brahe et Jo. Baptistae 
Riccioli, S. J. Hypotheses concinnatum a Joh. Gabr. 
Doppelmajero . . . Opera Joh. Bapt. Homanni Norimbergae. 

48. Sphaeri Mundi per circulos tam primarios quam secun- 
darios ... in triplici respectu Horizontis situ, pro motu 
stellarum primo aliisque harum Phonomenis in genere 
tradendis, exhibita a Joh. Gabr. Doppelmaiero, etc. Nori- 
bergae. 

4q. Sphaerae Artificiales Synoptica Idea delineatae et pro- 
positae k Matth. Seuttero. Sacr. Caes. et Cath. Reg. Alaj. 
Geogr. August, 

50. Nova et Accuratissima totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula 
Nautica Variationum Magneticarum Index juxta Obser- 
vationes Anno 1700 habitas constructa per Kdm. Halley. 
Amsterdam, by R. et J. Ottens. 

51. Tabula Anemographica seu Pyxis Nautica, vulgo 



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Compass Charte Ventorum Nomina Septem Unguis, graeca 
scil. latina, italica, hispanica, gallica, hollandica et ger- 
manica repraesentantur succincte elaborata a M. Seuttero . . . 
Geogr. Aug. 

52. Carte des Nouvelles Decouvertes au Nord de la Mer 
du Sud, tant k I'Est de la Siberie et du Kamtchatka qu' i 
r Quest de la Nouvelle France Dress^e Sur les Memoires de 
Mr. De I'lsle Prof. Royal . . . Par Philippe Buache de 
I'Acad. de Scien., 1750. 

53. Avertissement aux Astronomes sur le Passage de 
Mercure au devant du Soleil, qui doit arriver le 6 Mai, 
1753 . . . Par M. de I'Isle. Paris, 1753. 

54. Nieuwe Lantkaarte van het Noorder en Ooster deel 
van Asia en Europe strekkende van Nova Zemla tot China 
aldus getekent, besqhreven, in kaart gebragt en uytgegeven 
sedert een Nauwkeurig ondersoek van meer als twintig 
Jaaren. Door Nicolas Witsen, Consul Amst. (6 feuilles), 
1687. 

55. .\ccurata Utopiae Tabula Das ist der Neu-entdeckten 
Schalck-Welt oder des . . . SchlarrafFenlandes Neu erfundene 
lacherliche Land-tabelle worinnen alle und jede Laster 
in besondere Konigreiche Provintzen und Herrschafften 
abgetheilet. Beyneben auch die nachst augrantzende 
Lander der Frommen: des Zeithlichere Auffund Untergangs 
auch ewigen Verderbens Regionem, etc. Prostat in Officina 
Homanniana. 

56. Nouvelle Carte Marine de tous les Ports de I'Europe, 
sur rOcean, et sur la Mediterran^e. Gravee par Bevey, 
Paris. 

57. Europa Christiani Orbis Domina in sua Imperia 
Regna et Status exacte divisa per Joh. Bapt. Homann. 
Norimbergae. 

58. L' Europe dressee sur les Observations de M" de 
I'Academie Royale des Sciences et quelques autres ; et sur 
les Memoires les plus recens. par G. de I'Isle, Geographe. 
Amsterdam chez Pierre Schenk, 1708. 

59. Europa . . . juxta recentissima Exemplaria accura- 
tissime excusa et edita a Matth. Seuttero. Aug. Vind. 

60. Europa . . . juxta recentissima exemplaria . . . excusa 
a Tob. Conr. Lotter, Geogr. Aug. Vind. 

61. L' Europe, selon les nouvelles observations de Mess'* 
de I'Academie des Sciences. Leide, chez Pierre Vander 
Aa. 

62. Premiere Partie de la Carte de 1' Europe contenant la 
France, I'AlIemagne, I'ltalie, I'Espagne, et les Isles 
Britanniques . . . Par le S' d'Anville ... (2 feuilles) 1754. 

63. Nieuwe Groote en Curjeuse Gelyk Gradige Paskaart 



444 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



vant' Westelykste deel der Zee Kusten van Europa, 
streckende van Calais tot Hitland, of Ysland, tot voorby 't 
Naauw van de Straat tot aan Cap Cuntyn in Barbaric als 
mede de Carnarise en Vlaamse Eylanden, Vorders alle de 
Schotsche Eylanden, en Dangereuse lant van Bus, en 
iNIiddaghtens Clip, Aldus Naukeurig opgestelt . . . door 
. . . Christoffel Middaghten schout benaght vant' E'^M*' 
Colesie van Friesland Residerende Binnen Harlingen. 
Amsterdam, by Joannes Loots. 

64. Routes des Postes et des Voitures pour les Mar- 
chandises et pour les Voyages par I'Empire dans les 
principaux Etats de I'Europe. Amst. chez R. et J. Ottens. 

65. Tableau du Pair des Monnoyes et des changes des 
principales Villes de I'Europe. Par E. G. Le Faucheur et 
J. H. Eberts. 

66. Arbre Genealogique des Families Souveraines de 
r Europe issues par Alliance de la Maison de France. 
Par Mr. L. C. D. S. (8 feuilles). Paris, i6[7]3. 

67. Poliometria Europae maxime autem Germaniae ac 
(initimorum locorum. Ex Officina R. et J. Ottens, Amst. 

68. Geographische Tafel, von alle Furnehmbste Konig- 
reichen, Landen und Stadten von Europa, ihre grosse, 
besitzung und waas weiter zur Underrichtung der Geo- 
graphische Liebhabern dihnen kan. Durch Reinier und 
Josua Ottens, Amst. 

69. Storia Universale Antica ouvero compendio storico, 
Genealogico, e Cronologico di quanto si e fatto di piA 
memorabile in tutte le Parti del Mondo dalla sua Creazione 
sino alia nascita di nostro Signore Gesu Cristo (8 feuilles). 

Storia Universale Moderna . . . dalla nascita di Gesu 
Cristo . . . sino al mdccxiiii (id feuilles). 

70. Introduction a la Geographie . . . Par le Sieur 
Sanson d'Abbeville, Geographe ordinaire du Roi. Amster- 
dam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier. 



Portfolio II. Orbis Antiquus, etc. 

71. Orbis Veteribus Noti Tabula Nova Auctore Guillelmo 
Del Isle. Parisiis, 1714. 

72. Orbis Romani Descriptio seu Divisio per Themata 
sub Imperatoribus Constantinopolitanis post Heraclii tem- 
pera facta. Auctore Guil. De I'lsle ... ad novam editionem 
operum Constantini Porphyrogeniti . . . 

73. Iterum . . . Amstelodami apud J. Covens et C. 
Mortier. 

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75. Imperii Orientalis et circumjacentium Regionum sub 
Constantino Porphyrogenito et ejus praedecessoribus De- 
scriptio Auctore Guil. De I'Isle [ad eandem novam edi- 
tionem]. Amsterdami apud J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

76. Iterum. 

77. Tabula Geographica Provinciarum et Urbium Colonia 
Romana vel Municipii jure vel alia quavis praerogativi 
insignium quae Imperatorum Romanorum a Traj. Decio 
ad Claudium vultus in nummis suis expresserunt ; ad 
illustrandam Numismatum seriem quam D. Anselmus 
Banduri edidit, Cura et studio Guil. Delisle, 1715. 

78. Iterum . . . Amstelodami apud J. Covens et C. 
Mortier. 

79. La Dace, conquise par Trajan, la Moesie, la Thrace, 
pour 1' Hist, des Empereurs Rom. de M' Crevier. Par le 
S' d' Anville, 1752. 

80. Theatrum Historicum ad annum Christi quadringen- 
tesimum in quo tum Imperii Romani tum Barbarorum 
circumcolentium status ob oculos ponitur. Auctore Guil. 
Delisle; Pars Orientalis. Parisiis, 1705. 

81. Iterum. Amstelodami apud J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

82. Pars Occidentalis. Parisiis, 1705. 

83. Iterum. Amstelodami apud J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

84. Regni Davidici et Salomonaei Descriptio Geogra- 
phica cum vicinis regionibus Syriae et Aegypti, junctim per 
colores exhibens status diversos harum regionum. Ex 
veteribus Monumentis in subsidium vocatis recentissimis 
observationibus concinnata a Joh. Matthia Hasio. Math. P. 
Mappa Principalis. Schema I, II, III (3 ff). Noribergae. 

85. Le Monde Connu des Anciens pour I'lntelligence de 
r Histoire Ancienne de M' Rollin. Par le S' d' Anville, 
Geographe Ord" du Roi, 1740. 

The following sixteen numbers are also by D'Anville for 
the illustration of RoUin's Histories and Crevier's Con- 
tinuation. 

86. Carte pour I'Expedition de Cyrus le Jeune et la 
Retraite des dix-mil Grecs, 173^ 

87. Carte pour I'Expedition d' Annibal, et sur laquelle 
son passage en Italic, et les principales de ses marches sont 
trades, 1739. 

88. L'Expedition d' Alexandre, 1740. 

89. L'Orient, 1740. 

90. La Gaule Cisalpine, 1741. 

91. Carte de la Province Romaine dans la Gaule, 1743. 

92. Carte de I'Egypte et de la Libye, 1738. 

93. Carte pour servir ^ I'intelligence de I'Histoire des 
Assyriens, ISIedes, Babyloniens et Perses, 1739. 



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94. Carte de la partie de I'Afrique ou les Carthaginois 
ont ^tendu leur domination, 1738. 

95. La Numidie, 1742. 

96. Carte de la Grande Grece, y compris la Sicile . . . 
par rapport k V 6tablissement des Colonies Grecques aux 
quesses de Pyrrhus en Italie et des Cartaginois en Sicile, 

1738. 

97. La Grece, proprement dite, 1741. 

98. L'ltalie proprement dite, 1738. 

99. Carte de l'ltalie proprement dite, oii I'objet prin- 
cipal a €i6 de tracer les Voyes Romaines, 1739. 

100. La Sicile, 1740. 
loi. L'Espagne, 1741- 

102. Mappae VIL pro illustrandis lotidem Periodis 
Historiae Imperialis Germanicae sub Carolo ]\L Ottone I., 
Conrado IL, Friderico IL, Friderico IIL, Carolo V., et 
Carolo VL 

Fragmentum ex opere majori posthumo Hasiano de 
summis Imperiis cujus reliquas Tabulas alio tempore pro- 
mittimus. Norimb., 1750. 

103. Vorstellung der Grundrissc von denjenigen Welt- 
beriihmten Staedte die so wohl im Alterthum als heutiges 
Tages fiir die Grosten gehalten werden. Alles nach einerly 
Maasstab . . . verzeichnet . . . Denen Zugleich die merck- 
wiirdigste Denckmahle aus dem Alterthum beygefiiget 
worden . . . von Herm. Job. Math. Hasius Math. P. P. 
In Verlag des Homann. Erben (4 ff.) Nurnberg, 1745. 

104. Orl)is in Tabula d. i. Geographische Universal- 
Karte I Theil, ausgenommen Teutschland, alle Theile 
Reiche, Staaten und vornehmste Orter der grantzen Wdt, 
nebst Anzeigung eines jeder Religion, Herrschafft, Fliisse, 
auch Lat. Benennung, it. ob es grosse oder Geringe Stadte, 
Residenzen, Vestungen, Universitaeten . . . von Johann 
Gottfried Grossen, u. zum stech befordert von den Homan- 
nischen Erben Nurnberg. 

105. II Theil. 

Portfolio III. Italia, etc. 

106. Statuum totius Italiae novissima repraesentatio geo- 
graphica, simul exhibens insulas Siciliae, Sardiniae Corsicae 
et Maltae, conante Joh. Bapt. Homanno. 

107. Totius Italiae Tabula per Nicolaum Visscher. 

108. L'ltaliee distingu^e suivant tons les Estats, 
Royaumes, Republiques, Duches et Principant^s qui la 
partagent pr^sentement . . . Par H. Jaillot. Paris. 



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109. Italia Antiqua cum Insulis Sicilia Sardinia et Corsica 
Autore N. Sanson. Amstelodami, apud J. Covens et C. 
Mortier. 

1 10. Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XL ab Augusto 
divisae et turn ad mensuras itinerarias turn ad observationes 
astronomicas exactae. Accurante Guil. De I'Isle. Parisiis, 

1715- 

111. L'ltalie. Dress6e sur les Observations de M" de 
1' Academic . . . sur celles du R. P. Riccioli . , . et autres 
Astronomes du pays. . . . Par G. De I'Isle, Geographe. 
Paris, 1700. 

112. Iterum ... i la Haye chez Pierre Husson. 

113. Regionum Italiae Mediarum Tabula Geographica 
pemoscendis Historiae Romanae primordiis praesertim 
utilis, sed et cui multa sequioris aevi addita. Autore G. De 
risle. Amstelodami apud J. Covens et C. ^lortier. 

114. Iterum . . . Parisiis, 171 1. 

115. Iterum. 

116. Italia cum stationibus suis et viis publicis delineata 
a Jacobo Cantelli da Vignola Seren. Modenae Due. Geogr. 
Amstelodami excudit F. Halma. 

117. Carte Particuliere des Postes de l'ltalie. Par Mr. 
Baudrand. Amsterdam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier. 

1 18. Italia Benedictina delineata. A. P. C. P. W. excusae 
per Haeredes Homannianos. Norimbergae. 

119. Le Cours du Po. Par P. Placide (5 feuilles). Amster- 
dam chez J. Covens et C. Mortier, 1735. 

120. Iterum. Amsterdam chez R. et J. Ottens. 

121. L'Istrie. Par ]Mr. Blaeu. Amsterdam chez Covens 
et Mortier. 

122. Adriani Caesaris immanem in Tiburlino Villam . . . 
jussu . . . Cardinalis Franc. Barberini. Franciscus Cortinus 
aggressus exquirere . . . tabulam banc . . . publicam fecit. 

Dechiaratione generale della Pianta della Villa Hadriana. 
Roma, 1668. 

123. Territoire de Bologne. Amsterdam, chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

124. Carte le Duch^ de Ferrare a I'Eglise. Dress^e sur 
les Memoires de F. Leandre Alberti de Magin Cantelli. 
Amst. chez R. et J. Ottens. 

125. Carle nouvelle du Duchd et Legation de Ferrare a 
I'Eglise ; Lev6e par ordre expr^s k I'usage des Armees en 
Italie ; ou sont exactement marques les grands chemins, les 
Routes des Imperiaux, etc. Par le S"^ Sanson Geogr. du 
Roy. Amsterdam chez Covens et Mortier. 

126. Topografia Geometrica dell' agro Romano, overo la 
misura pianta e quantita di tutte le tenute e casali della 



448 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



Campagna di Roma con le citta terre e castelli confinanti 
ad esse tenute le strade fiumi fossi aquedotti et altre cose 
priiicipali e memorabili si antiche come moderne, misurate 
e delineate con tutta esattezza da Geo. Battista Cingolani 
dalla Pergola ... (6 if.). Roma, 1704. 

127. Campagna di Roma, olim Latium : Tuscia Suburbi- 
caria, et in ea Patrimonium S. Petri ; necnon Sabina. 
Amsterdam chez Covens et Mortier. 

128. La Romagne. Par M'. Blaeu. Amsterdam chez 
Covens et Mortier. 

129. Nuova Carta Geografica dello stato Ecclesiastico. 
Delin** dal P. CristoP" Maire d* C di GesA sulle comuni 
Osservazioni sue e del P. Ruggiero Gius* Boscovich d* 
med" C (3 ff). Roma. 

130. Status Ecclesiastici magnique Ducatus Florentini 
nova Exhibitio repraesentata a Jo. Bapt. Homann. Norim- 
bergae. 

131. Status Ecclesiasticus, magnus Ducatus Florentiae, 
et Resp. Lucae, complectens Ducatus Urbini, Spoleti 
Braciani et Castri ; Marchion. Anconae, Urbis ditiones, 
Romam, Patrimonium S. Petri, Orvietum, Florentiam, 
Pisam et Senam, cum supra et subjacentibus regionibus 
Fecerunt et ediderunt Gerardus et Leonardus Valk. 

132. Estats de I'Eglise et de Toscane. Dress^e sur les 
Lieux ... (2 ff.). Amsterdam chez Covens et Mortier. 

133. Iterum. 

134. Territoire d' Orvieto . . . Amsterdam chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

135. Patrimonio di S. Pietro, olim Tuscia Suburbicaria 
con le sue piu cospicue strade antiche e moderne e prin- 
cipali casali e tenute di esso descritto da Giacomo Filippo 
Ameti Romano, e dato in luce da Domenico de Rossi (4ff.). 
Roma, 1696. 

136. Patrimonium Petri olim Tuscia Suburbicaria, edenti- 
bus Homannianis Heredibus. 1745. 

137. Latium cum omnibus suis celebrioribus viis quoad 
Antiquum et novum statum . . . edentibus Homann. Hered. 
C. P. S. C. M. 1745. 

138. II Lazio con le sue piu conspicue strade antiche e 
moderne e principali casali e tenute di esso. Descritto 
da Giacomo Filippo Ameti Romano e dato in luce da 
Domenico de Rossi ... (4 ff). Roma, 1693. 

139. Carta Geografica e descrizzione della Diocesi di 
Sabina, 1759. 

140. Umbrie ou Duch6 de Spoleto. Amsterdam chez 
Covens et Mortier. 



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141. Urbis RomaeVeterisac modemaeaccurataDelineaiio, 
edita a Joh. Bapt. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

142. Novissima et accuratissima Romae Veteris et Novae 
Tabula Topographica ; Delineatore Joanne Bapt. Falda. 
Excudebant Traject. ad Rhenum Franciscus Halma et 
Lugdun. Batav. Petrus Vander Aa. 

143. Le Sette Chiese di Roma con le loro principali 
Reliquie, Station! et indulgenze ; data in luce da Matteo 
Seuttero, scultore in rame in Augusta. 

144. La Topografia di Roma di Gio. Batt. Nolli dalla 
maggiore in questa minor Tavola dal Medesimo ridotta. 
Roma, 1748. 

145. Ancona. 

146. Rimini. 

147. A Plan of Rome, Survey 'd and Publish 'd by 
Mr. G. B. Nolli. . . . Publish 'd by J. Rocque at Charing 
Cross, 1750. 

148. Regnum Neapolis Siciliae et Lipariae Insulae. 
Amstelodami per Justinum Danckerts. 

149. Carte Nouvelle des Royaumes de Naples, et de 
Sicile. Lev6e par ordre expres, k I'usage der Armies en 
Italie etc., par le S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

150. Novissima et exactissima Totius Regni Neapolis 
Tabula praesentis Belli Statui accomodata et exhibita a 
Joanne Bapt. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

151. Regnum Neapolis subdivisum in suas peculiares 
Provincias . . . per G. et L. Valk. 

152. Urbis Neapolis cum praecipuis eius Aedificiis secun- 
dum Planitiem exacta delineatio, Edita a Joh. Bapt. Ho- 
manni . . . herede. Norimbergae. 

153. Neapolis . . . cum illustrissimis aedificiis de- 
lineata, cura et caelo Matth. Seutteri. Augusta Vindeli- 
corum. 

154. Terre de Labeur, ou Campagne Felix. Amsterdam 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

155. Calabre Citra, par M'. Blaeu. Amsterdam. 

156. Calabre Ultra, par M'. Blaeu. Amsterdam. 

157. Principaut^ Citerieure par M'. Blaeu. Amsterdam. 

158. Terre de Barri et Basilicata. Amsterdam. 

159. Capitanate ou Mesapiae et Japygiae. Amsterdam. 
J 60. La Molise et Principato Ultra. Amsterdam. 

161. Elegantissimus ad Mare Tyrrhenum ex monte 
Pausilipo Neapolis montisque Vesuvii prospectus. De- 
pinxit Georgius Honfnaglius, 1578. 

162. L'Isle d'Ischia dans le Voisinage de Naples. 
Amsterdam. 

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163. InsulaeTremitanae, olimDiomedeae dictge. Amster- 
dam. 

164. Sicilia Antiqua ; Tabula Geographica, Auctore Guil. 
De I'Isle. Parisiis, 17 14. 

165. Iterum. 

166. Iterum. Amstelodami, apud Covens et Mortier. 

167. Carte de I'Isle et Royaume de Sicile, par G. De I'Isle. 
Paris, 1 71 7. 

168. Iterum. Amsterdam. 

169. La Sicile divis^e en sestrois Provinces ou Values . . . 
Tir^e des Meilleurs Autheurs et sur les Memoires les plus 
nouveaux. Par le S' Sanson. Presentee a Monseigneur le 
Dauphin par . . . Hubert Jaillot. 

170. Insula sive Regnum Sicilia Urbibus praecipuis exor- 
natum et novissime editum per F. de Wit. Amsterdam. 

171. Messina. 

172. Palermo. 

173. Catana, Urbs Siciliae clarissima patria Sc*** Agathae 
Virginis et Mart. 

174. Palerme. Messine. Urbs Melazzo. Catania. Trapani. 
Fort de Faro. La Scaletta. Augusta. Amsterdam chez 
Joachim Ottens. 

175. Veritable Plan de la Fortresse de Melazzo en Sicilie 
et des Campemens des Armies Imperiale et d'Espagne, de 
I'attaque que le Comte de Caraffa General de I'Arm^e de 
I'Empereur a fait sur les Espagnols, le 15 Octobre, 17 18. 
Amsterdam chez Joachim Ottens. 

176. Carte nouvelle de I'Isle et Royaume de Sardagne, 
etc., Lev^e par ordre expres k I'usage des Armies en Italic 
ou sont exactement marquees les Grands-Chemins etc., par 
le S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Covens et Mortier. 

177. Sardinise Regnum et Insula uti per celeberr. P. Coro- 
nelli Reip. Venetae etc. . . . Aucta . . . et edita studio 
Homanniorum Heredum. Norib., 1734. 

178. Nieuwe en Nette Afteekening van het Eyland 
Corsica en het Eyland Elba vertoonende alle desselfs 
Havenen, Steeden en Rivieren. 

Nieuwe en Nette Afteekening van het Eyland of Konin- 
kryk Sardinia, vertoonende alle desselfs Zee Havenen 
Anker Plaetsen Rivieren, dieptens Klippen Steeden en 
Vastigheeden als mede de Straet van Bonifacio aent Eyland 
Corsica. Amsterdam, by Gerard van Keulen. 

179. Insulae Corsicae olim Cyrnus dictae novissima facias 
chorographica tradita ab Homannianis Heredibus. 1732. 

180. Insulae Corsicae accurata Chorographia tradita per 
J. Vogt. Capit. S. C. M. et excusa studio Homannian. 
Heredum. Norib., J 735. 



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181. Nieuwe Afteekening van de Eylanden van Gozo en 
Melite of Malta, etc. Amsterdam, by Gerard van Keulen. 

182. Insula INIalta accuratissime delineata Urbibus et 
Fortalitiis expressa a Frederico de Wit. Amstelodami. 

183. L'Isle de Malthe et celles de Gozo et de Cominoo 
avec leurs Cala ou Ports, leurs Tours ou Vedettes qu'ils 
nomment Casali et leurs Precipices qu'ils appellent Redum 
Par N. de Fer, Geogr. de S. M. C. Paris, 1722. 

Les Noms et les Armes des Grands Maistres de I'Ordre 
de St. Jean de Jerusalem a present dit de Malthe. 

184. Melite, vulgo Malta cum vicinis Goza quae olim 
Gaulos et Comino insulis uti exhibetur a Nic. de Fer nunc 
aeri incisa, per Matth. Seutter S. C. M. Geog^. Augustanum. 

Nomina et Insignia Magistrorum Equitum Ordinis Meli- 
tensis. 

185. MS. Isle de Malte. Isle de Gozo (A drawing). 

186. Plan de la Ville de Malthe, ses Forts ses nouvelles 
Fortifications ainsy qu'elles sont a present. Levee sur les 
lieux. Mis au jour par le S' Dunet, Gendre de N. de Fer, 
etc. Paris, 1723. 

187. MS. Plan des Villes, Forts, Chateaux et autres 
Etablissements de I'Ordre de St. Jean de Hierusalem k 
Malte, depuis I'an 1530 jusqu' k la presente ann^e 1749 



(A drawing). 



Portfolio IV., Italia. 

188. De Stoel des Oorlogs in Italien waar in vertoont 
werden De Staat van Milano, De Republicen van Venetien 
en Genoua, de Landen van Parma, Mantoua, Modena, 
Ferrara en andere met haare grensen. . . . Amsterdam, 
door Nicolaus Visser. 

189. T^atre de la Guerre en Italia, ou partie de laRepub- 
lique de Venise, Verone, Mantoue, Modene, Padoue, etc. 
Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier. 

1 90. Seconde Carte du Teatre de la Guerre en Italic ou 
sont exactement Marquees les Routes et Campemens des 
Armees. Amsterdam, chez Covens et Mortier. 

191. Le Duch6 de Milan dans toute son estendiie divis6 
en ses Principales Parties aves les Estats et Frontieres qui 
I'environnent ou sont Marquee les Route {sic) des Imperiaux, 
etc. Amsterdam, par Pierre Mortier. 

192. Iterum. 

193. Carte particuli^re du Duch6 de Milan dans toute son 
estendiie, etc., Par le S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Pierre 
Mortier. 

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194. Ducatus Mediolani una cum confiniis accurata 
Tabula exhibitus, auctus et emendatus per Job. Bapt. 
Homannum. 

195. Status Mediolanensis divisus in ditiones . . . una 
cum Ducatibus Monte Ferrato, Parma, Mutina, Mantua et 
Mirandula quibus accedit Resp. Genuensis cum circumja- 
centibus Regionibus. Penes Gerh. et Leonh. Valk. 

196. Urbis Mediolanensis . • . vera effigies. Auctore 
F. de Witt. Amsterdam. 

J 9 7. Milano . . . data in luce da Matth. Seutter . . . 

198. Mediolanum, vulgo Milanen. 

199. Carte du Territoire de Cremone : Dress^e sur les 
Memoires de F. Leandre Alberti de Magni Cantelli. 
Amsterdam, chez R. et J. Ottens. 

200. Territoire de Cremona. Amsterdam, chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

201. Pianta di Cremona e delle altre Fortezze di Milano, 
come anco parte di quelle che sono situate al fiume Po, 
disegnate con tutta diligenza secondo il vero Originale. 
Appresso gli Eredi di Giov. Crist. Homann Dottore di 
Medicina, 1734. 

202. Territoire de Pavia, Lodi, Novarra, Tortona, Aless- 
andria et altri vicini dello Stato di Milano. Amsterdam, 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

203. Entwurff dervon denen Kayserl. d. 15 Sept. 1734 . . . 
Passage iiber die Secchia in der Lombardia, u. der daselbst 
u. zu Quistello in der Flucht getriebene Gallo-Sardinische 
Arm^e von zuversichte Hand verzeichnet u. ans Tags 
Licht gegeben von Hommanischen Erben. 1735. 

Accurater Eutwurff der bey Guastalla in der Lombardie . . . 
zwischen beeden-feind. Armeen d. 19 Oct. 1734, vorge- 
gangenen blutigen Action von wahrer Hand verzeichnet 
und edirt von Homann. Erben. 

204. Another edition of both parts of 203, with Dutch 
letterpress (2 flf.). 

205. Carte Nouvelle du Duch^ de Modene de Regio et 
de Carpi ; avec la Seigneurie de la Cafargnana, etc. Levee 
par ordre expres k 1' Usage des Armies en Italic, par le 
S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Covens et Mortier. 

206. Carte Le Duch6 de Modena, de Regio, de Carpi, et 
de Seigneurie de la Cafargnana. Dress6 sur les Memoires de 
Cantelli. Amsterdam, chez R. et J. Ottens. 

207. Sedes Belli in Italia; in qua sunt Ducatus Mantu- 
ensis, Modenensis, et Parmensis, Episcopatus Tridentinus 
nee non max. part. Respub. Venetise per J. Danckerts. 
Amstel. 



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208. Ducatus Mantuani, seu Sedis Belli, 1733-35- Recen- 
tissima Delineatio, una cum confiniis Ducatus Mediol- 
Parmensis, Modenensis, et Territ. Veronensis et Bresciani 
exhibita per Homannianos Heredes. Norib., 1735- 

2og. Mappa Geographica continens Ducatum Mantuanurn 
cum partibus finitimorum Ducatuum . . . opera et sumptibus 
Gabriel Bodenehr, Calcographi Augustani. 1734. 

210. Carte Nouvelle du Duch6 de Mantoue. Lev6e par 
ordre expr^s, k 1' Usage des Armees en Italic, etc., par le 
S' Sanson. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

211. Le Duch6 de l\Iantoue et de Mirandole, Dress6 sur 
les Memoires de F. Leandre Alberti de Magin Cantelli. 
Amsterdam chez R. et J. Ottens. 

212. Carta delli Contorni di Mantoua, nella quale si vede 
tutto il Seraglio et una Parte del Veronese, drizzato secondo 
la carta fatta di questi luoghi A° 1702 da Filippo Palota 
Ingeniere Imperiale, d'Antonio Magini, d'Agostino Cerruti, 
di Giulio Carlo Frattino, et secondo le Descrittioni delle 
Historie del Paese. 1735- 

213. Iterum. 

214. Mantua. F. De Wit excudit. Amstel. 

215. Mantua ... da Matth. Seutter . . . 

216. Nouveau Plan et Environs de la Ville et Citadelle 
de Mantoue, ou Ton voit tout le Serraglio. Par R. et 
J. Ottens. Amsterdam. 

217. Dissegno dell' Lago e della Citta di Mantoua con le 
diverse Opere della Fortezza, attorniata presentemente. 

»735- 

218. Status Parmensis Sive Ducatus Parmensis et Placen- 
tinus una cum Ditione Buxetana et Valle Tarae ; novissime 
exhibitus ab Homann. Heredibus. 1731. 

219. Le Duch6 de Perme, de Plaisance, les Etat Palavicin 
et de M. de Stefano. Dress6 sur les Memoires de Cantelli. 
Amsterd. chez R. et J. Ottens. 

220. Duch6 de Parma et de Piacenza. Amsterd. chez 
Covens et Mortier. 

221. Parma. 

222. Piacenza. 

223. Vorstellung der Bataille bey Parma, so zwischen der 
Kayserl. und AUyrten Arm^e den 29 Junii 1734, . . • zufin- 
den in der Homannischen Officin. 

Prospect des Koniglichen Lust-Schlosses Colomo nebst 
den zwischen der Kayserl. und Allyrten Armee den 4*" Junii 
1 734, vorgegangenen Action. Edirt in der Homann. Officin. 

224.. Another edition with Dutch letterpress (2 ff.). 

225. Respublica Veneta, Ducatus Mutinae, Parmae et 
Mirandulae, divisa in Ducatum Venetum et ei subjectas 



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Ditiones . . . cum adjacentibus regionibus ; curantibus 
Gerardo et Leonardo Valk. 

226. L'Etat de la Republique de Venise. Par le S"" Sanson. 
Amsterd., chez P. Mortier. 

227. Iterum (2 ff.). 

228. Venetia . . . tagliata in rame di Matth. Seuttero. 
Augspurg. (With two views of St. Mark's Place.) 

229. La Place de Saint Marc k Venise, exactement 
dessin^e sur le lieu. Mis au jour par le soin de Pierre 
Mortier. Amsterdam. 

230. Veue du Pont de Rialto de Venise. . . . Mortier. 
Amsterdam. 

231. Sale du Grand Conseil de Venise. . . . Mortier. 
Amsterdam. 

232. Les Environs de Venise. Amsterdam, Covens et 
Mortier. 

233. Carte du Golfe de Venise . . . avec I'lstrie. . . . 
Par F. de Cantelli. 

234. Carte particuliere du Bressan. . . . Lev^e par ordre 
expr^s k I'usage des Arm6es en Italic, etc. Par le S' Sanson. 
Amsterdam, chez Covens et Mortier. 

235. Carte de Polesine de Rovigo. . . . Dresse sur les 
Memoires de Paolo Bartolomeo Clarici et F. de Cantelli. 
Amsterdam, chez R. et J. Ottens. 

236. Carte Nouvelle du Territoire de Vicenza ou sont 
marquees toutes les Valines, Cols, Passages et Mines 
d' Argent. , . . Lev^e par ordre expr^s k I'Usage des Armies 
en Italic. . . . Par le S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Covens 
et Mortier. 

237. Carte Nouvelle du Territoire de Verone . , , k 
rUsage des Armies, etc. Ibid. 

238. Carte de Territoire de Verone : Dresse sur les 
Memoires de F. Leandre Alberti de Magin Cantelli. 
Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

239. Verona. 

240. Carte de Territoire de Padouan et le Dogado de la 
Repub. de Venise. Dresse sur les Memoires de Paolo B. 
Clarici et de Cantelli. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens (2 ff.). 

241. Carte Nouvelle du Padouan et le Polesin de Ro- 
vigo, . . . par ordre . . . k I'Usage des Armies. . . . Par le 
S' Sanson. Amsterdam, chez Covens et Mortier. 

242. Diocesi Padouana con tutta la sua estensione ne 
Vicini Territori ; di D. Paolo Bart. Clarici (3 ff.). 

243. Padoua. 

244. Carte Nouvelle du Cremasco . . . k I'Usage des 
Armies en Italie. Par le S"" Sanson. Amsterd., Covens 
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245. Carte de Cremasco . . . et de la Lodisan . . . dresse 
sur le Cantelli. Amsterd., R. et J. Ottens. 

246. Carte Nouvelle du Bergamasco . . . par ordre . . . 
i I'usage des Armies, etc. Par le S' Sanson. Amsterd., 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

247. Le Frioul par M. Blaeu. Ibid. 

248. Patavium. 

249. Palma. 

250. Genua. 

251. La . . . Citta di Genoua con le sue nuove Fortifi- 
cazioni Designte {sic) et intagliate da Alessandro Baratta, ad 
istanza di Giov. Orlandi Romano, 1 'an 1637 (^° ff-)- 
Stanpata in Napoli ala Pieta. 

252. Status Reipublicae Genuensis necnon Prospectuum . . . 
ejusdem Urbis et Portus Geographica simul et Topographica 
Descriptio. Authore Job. Bapt. Hohmanno . . . Norini- 
bergae. 

253. La Republique de Genes. Amsterd., chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

254. Nouvelle Carte de I'Etat de la Republique de Genes. 
Dresse sur les Memoires les plus Nouveaux. Amsterd., 
chez R. et J. Ottens. 

255. Carta Geographica, la quale rappresenta lo Statto 
della Republica di Genoua partita nella Riviera di Levante 
et di Ponente. Data in publica per gli Heredi d'Homann, 

1743- 

256. Plan de I'Enceinte de la Ville de Genes avec ses 
Environs et les Postes que I'Arm^e Imp6riale occupait 
devant cette Ville le 16 Avril, 1747. Leve sur les lieux par 
un Ingenieur Autrichien. A la Have, chez A. de Greet. 

»747- 

257. Ichnographia Urbis . . . Florentiae scenographice 
simul excusa ab Homannianis Heredibus. 1731. 

258. Firenza. . . . Par Matth. Seutter. Augspurg. 



Portfolio v., Switzerland, Savoyen en Piemont. 

259. Nouvelle Carte de la Suisse. . . . Par Jean Jacob 
Scheuchzer de Zurich, Docteur en Medicine et Professeur en 
Mathematiques (4 ff.). Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

260. Nova Helvetiae Tabula Geographica ... a Joh. Ja. 
Scheuchzer (4 ff). Amsteloed. Ex officina Petri Schenkii. 

261. Helvetia . . . una cum foederatis et subjectis Pro- 
vinciis . . . geographice delineata, per D° Tobiam ^layerum 
Prof. Math. Goetting. Luci publ. tradita ab Homannianis 
Heredibus. Norimbergae, 1751. 



456 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



262. Nova totius Helvetias cum suis subditis ac sociis 
Tab. Geogr. Studio . . . Matth. Seutter. Aug. 

263. Novissima et Accuratissima Helvetise Rhgetias Valesiae 
et partis Sabaudiae Tabula. Ex officium R. et J. Ottens. 
Amst. 

264. Carte de la Souverainet6 de Neuchatel et Vallangin. 
Dressfee sur les Memoires du S' D. F. de Merveilleux 
D. M"" Rectifiez par les Observ. de I'Acad. R. des Sci. 

265. Iterum. Par Guil. de I'lsle. Amsterd., chez Covens 
et Mortier. 

266. Ducatus Chablasius et Lacus Lemanus cum Regioni- 
bus adjacentibus. 

267. Nouvelle Carte du Pays de Orisons avec ses Depen- 
dances. . . . Amstelodami, Joan. Simen, 171 1. 

268. Plan of Geneva with the adjacent parts, 1743. 

269. Tabula Generalis Sabaudiae. Joannes Blaeu excudit. 

270. Status Sabaudici. Per J. Danckerts. Amstelod. 

271. Les Estats de Savoye et dePiemont. Par H, Jaillot. 
Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

272. Seigneurie de Vesceil. Par IVP Blaeu. Ibid. 

273. Genealogie de la Royale Maison de Savoye. Par 
T. Le Febure (4 ff.). 1697. 

274. Carte du Piemont et du Montferrat. Dress^e sur 
plusieurs Cartes Manuscrites on Imprim^es. . . . Par Guil. 
de ITsle (2 flf). Paris, 1707. 

275. Iterum. Amst. chez. Covens et Mortier. ' 

276. Pedemontium et reliquae Ditiones Italiae Regiae 
Celsitudini Sabaudiae subditae, cum Regionibus adjacentibus. 
Joh. Blaeu excudit. 

277. Turin. . . . Par Matth. Seutter, Geogr. Augspurg. 

278. Turin et ses Environs . . . par N. de Fer. . . . 
Paris, 1705. 

279. Plan tres exact de la Ville de Turin avec les Nou- 
veaux Travaux que S. A. M. y 4 fait faire. . . . 1706. 



Portfolio VI., Spagneen Portugal, Middelandsche Zee. 

280. Espagne et Portugal. Carte detaill^e en ix. feuilles. 
Grav^e par P. F. Tardieu. 

281. L'Espagne divis6e en tous ses Royaumes et Princi- 
paut6s. . . . Par le S"' Sanson. Paris, 1747. 

282. Regnorum Hispaniae et Portugalliae Tabula Generalis 
jam nuper edita, nunc denuo revisa. ... a J. B. Homanno. 
Noribergae. 

283. Accuratissima totius Regni Hispaniae Tabula. Per 
Justinum Danckerts. Amstelod. 



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284. Theatre de la Guerre en Espagne et en Portugal. 
Dress^ sur les INIemoires des plus Habiles Ingenieurs, etc. 
Par Jean Covens et Corn. Mortier. Amsterd. 

285. L'Espagne, dressee sur la Description qui en a €i6 
faite par Rodrigo Mendez Sylva. . . . Par G. de I'Isle. 
Paris, 1 70 1. 

, 286. Itenim. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

287. Carte Generale de I'Espagne. 

288. Hispania Benedictina, seu Monasteria et alia pia 
loca Ord. S. Benedicti, quae in Regnis Hispanise et Portu- 
galliae nee non Americae in hodiernum usque diem florent, 
in lucem edita a Ruperto Carl Monacho Benedictino 
Weichenstephanensi. Impensis Homannianorum Heredura. 
Norimb., 1750. 

289. Espagne et Portugal, Carte Physique. 

290. Mapa, Blason, y Corte de Espaua. Con las Ciu- 
dades que ay Arzobispo, Obispo, Univers**, mayor 5 menor. 
Por Pablo Minguet Grav' de Sellos y Lam'. 

291. Les Frontieres de France et d'Espagne tcint dega 
que dela les Monts Pirenees, ou se trouvent marques les 
Cols, Ports, Pertuys et autres Passages Interieurs de la 
Montagne. Dresse par de Fer. 

292. Iterum. 

293. Genealogie des Roys d'Espagne, depuis le com- 
mencement de cette Monarchie. Par Dom Antoine Thuret 
Ancien Prieur de Nostre Dame d'Hombliers. 1705. 

294. Nieuwe Groote a. Curieuze Gelijkgradige Paskaart 
van de Spaanse-Zee. Beginende van de Blasques, tot aan 
Cap Bajador in Barbarien . . . door . . . de Heer Christoffel 
Middagten. . . . Amsterdam, by J. Loot. 

295. Pascaart van de Zeekusten van Galissen tiischen 
Luarca en C. de Coriano, door Voogt, Geometra. Amsterd. 
by Joh. van Keulen, 1695. 

296. Nieuwe Pascaart van de Zeekusten van Biscaia en 
Asturien tiischen Bilboa en Luarca, door Voogt, Geometra. 
Ibid., 1695. 

297. Mapa del Reyno de Aragon. . . . Dividido en su 
Arzobispados, Obispados y Corregimientos. Construido 
sobre el celebrado ]NIapa de los Pyrineos de M' Roussel et 
de Juan Baptista Labaiia et del P. Seyra et de M' D'Anville 
y otros. Aplicadas las Observaciones Astronomicas. Por 
D. Thomas Lopez . . . (fF. 4). 1765. 

298. Le Royaume d' Aragon. ParN.de Fer. Paris, 1706. 

299. Carte du Royaume d' Aragon. Dressee sur plusieurs 
Cartes Manuscrites et imprim^es, sur lesmemoires composes 
dans le pays par M. I'Abb^ de Vairac. . . . Par Bourgignon 
d'Anville Geogr. du Roy (2 ff.). 



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300. Iterum. 

301. La Biscaye . . . divis^e en ses 4 principales parties 
et La Navarre en ses Merindades. Par N. de Fer. Paris, 
1707. 

302. La Castile, Vieille et Nouvelle, L'Estremadura de 
Castille et de Leon. Par N. de Fer. Paris, 1706. 

303. Mapa de la Provincia de Estremadura. . . . Par 
D. Thomas Lopez. 1766. 

304. Les Royaumes de Valence et Murcie tirez de Cantel. 
Corrig6s et augmentes sur les Memoires de Rodrigo Mendes 
de Silva. . , . Par J. B. Nolin, Geogr. Paris. 

305. Mapa del Reyno de Valencia. . , . Por Thomas 
Lopez, Pensionista de S. M. (2 ff.). 1762. 

306. Provincia de la Mancha, donde se comprehenden 
los partidos de Ciudad-Real, Infantes, yAlcaraz; conquesta 
sobre las mejores Memorias impresas y manuscritas, y sujeta 
k las observaciones Astronomicas. . . . Por D. T. Lopez. 

1765- 

307. Les Royaumes de Grenade et d'Andalousie, dresses 
sur les derniers Memoires. Par N. de Fer, Geographe de 
sa Majesty Catholique. Paris, 1707. 

308. Nieuwe . . . kaart van . . . Andalusie waar in aange- 
wezen word het Bisdom en de Stadt van Cadis als mede de 
Stadt en haven van Gibraltar. Amsterd. door R. en 
J. Ottens. 

309. Mapa del Reyno de Granada. . . . Por Thomas 
Lopez (2 if.). Madrid, 1761. 

310. Mapa del Reyno de Cordova. Por Thomas Lopez. 
1761. 

311. Le Royaume de Galice. . . . Par N. de Fer. Paris, 
1708. 

312. Mapa del Reyno de Ja^n. . . . Por Thomas Lopez. 
Madrid, 1761. 

313. Principaut6 des Asturias. Par N. de Fer. Paris, 
1707. 

314. Principatus Cataloniae et Comitatus Ruscinonis et 
Cerretaniae descriptio per Cornelium Danckerts. Amstelod. 

315. Mapa de la Provincia de Guadalaxara el partido de 
Guadalaxara, la Tierra de Jadraque, la de Hita, la de 
Buitrago, el partido de Siguenza y el de Colmenar Viejo. . . . 
Por D. Thomas Lopez. 1766. 

316. Mapa de la Provincia y Obispado de Cuenca . . . 
construido sobre el Mapa de este Obispado, que corre en 
nombre del Lic^° Bartolome Ferrer ; y el Manuscrito del 
Senorio de D. Gregorio Lopez. Por D. Thomas Lopez 
(2 ff.). 1766. 



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317. Carte tres juste des Terres et Environs de Balaguer 
et Lerida, ou Ton peut distinctement voir ou la Bataille 
s'est donn^e entre I'Armde du Roy Charles, et celle de 
Philippe V. le 27 Juillet 1710. Chez Nicolas Visser. 

318. La Catalogne. . . . Par P. Placide Augiistin Dechauss^^ 
Geogr. Ord. de S. M. (2 ff.). Paris, chez M'" Duval. 1707. 

319. Mapa de las Cercanias de Madrid. . . . Par Thomas 
Lopez. 1760. 

320. Madritum sive Mantua Carpetanorum. . . . Sumtibus 
et cura IVIatth. Seutteri Ch. Aug. 

321. Accurater Grundriss der . . . Stadt Madritmit denen 
Prospecten des Konigl. Schlosses und andern Lust-Gebaeu- 
en edirt von Joh. Bapt. Homann. . . . Niirnberg. 

322. jNIonasterium S. Laurentii in Escuriali. 

323. Plan de Cadix, de sa Baye, du Puntal, de Port Marie, 
de Rotta et de I'Entree de la Riviere de Guadalete. Dress6 
sur les Lieux par M'. D * *. Ing. de S. M. C. A la Haye,. 
chez Alberts et van der Kloot. 1727. 

324. Kaart van de Baaij van Cadix met de Plans der 
Fortificatien. Ten Dienst der Zeevaart opgesteld door 
William May. Amsterd., by J. van Keulen. 

325. Sevilla. C. Allars exc. 

Insula Gaditana, vulgo Isla de Cadiz, per C Allard. 
Amstelod. 

326. Caarte van de Landing in de Baaij van Vigos als 
meede het inneemen van twee Casteels en het verooveren 
der Spaansche silvre vlootten ancker leggende inde Baaij 
voor Rodondella der 23 en 24 October 1702. By Anna 
Beek. 

327. Le Plan de Barcelonne et de ses Environs tres 
exactement lev6 sur les lieux en 171 1. Mis au jour par 
N. de Fer. . . . Paris. 

328. Le Nouveau Plan de Barcelonne comme il est 
aujourd 'huy. Mis au jour, par N. de Fer. Paris. 

329. MS. La Citadelle de Barcelonne (A drawing). 

330. Plan de la Ville, et Chateau d'Urgel. Assieg6 par 
I'Arm^e du Roy, Commandee par le Comte de Coigne sous 
les ordres de Montsigneur le Mareschal de Barwick le 
2 Octobre 17 19. 

331. Corduba. 

332. Sevilla. 

333. Conil. 

Xeres de la Frontera. 

334. Alhama. 

335. Granada. 

336. Plan de Fontarabie, situe en la Province de Biscaye . . .. 
Attaqu^ la Nuit du 27 au 28 May 17 19 par I'Arm^e du Roy 



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Command^e par le Mareschal Due de Barwick. Paris, chez le 
S' Baillieux. 17 19. 

337. Plan de la Ville de Roses en Catalogne, et de ses 
Attaques. (Conqueste de Louis le Grand). 

338. Iterum. 

339. Roses. Paris, chez le S' Baillieul. 

340. Regnum Portugallise divisum in quinque Provincias . . . 
una cum Regno Algarbige speciali mappa exhibitum per 
Job. Bapt. Homannum. . • . Norimbergae. 

341. Le Portugal et ses Frontieres. Lev6 sur les Lieux 
par ordre de Philippe IV. Roy d'Espagne. Augment^ et 
corrige sur de nouveaux Memoires par G. Bailleul, . . . 
Ingenieur et Geogr. (2 ff.). 1762. 

342. Mappa . . . dos Reinos de Portugal e Algarve. Por 
T. Jefferys, Geographo de sua Majestade Britannica (6 ff.). 
Londres, 1762. 

343. Mapa del Reyno de Portugal. . . . Por D. Thomas 
Lopez. Madrid, 1762. 

344. Royaume de Portugal, Carte Gen^rale. 

345. Reyno de Portugal. Lisboa, 1729. 

346. Mapa de la Provincia de Tras-los-Montes. . . . 
Por D. Thomas Lopez. Madrid, 1762. 

347. Provincia de Tras-os-Montes. Lisboa, 1730. 

348. Mapa de la Provincia de Montejo. . . . Por Thomas 
Lopez, Pensionista de S. M. Madrid, 1762. 

349. Provincia do Alentejo. Lisboa, 1730. 

350. Mapa de la Provincia de Estremadura. . . . Por 
D. Thomas Lopez. Madrid, 1762. 

351. Provincia da Estremadura. Lisb. 1730. 

352. Mapa de la Provincia de entre Duero y Mino. . . . 
Por D. Thomas Lopez. . . . Madrid, 1762. 

353. Provincia de entre Douro e IMinho. 

354. Mapa de la Provincia de Beira. . . . Por Thomas 
Lopez. . . . Madrid, 1762. 

355. Provincia de Beira. Lisboa, 1730. 

356. Mapa del Reyno de Algarve. . . . Por D. Thomas 
Lopez. Madrid, 1762. 

357. Reyno do Algarve. Lisboa, 1730. 

358. Lisabona. . . . Aeri incisum per Matth. Seutter. . . . 
Aug. Vindel. 

359. Olisippo. Lisabona. 

360. Nouvelle Carte Generale de la Coste de Portugal 
entre C. de Finisterre et C. St. Vincent. Amsterd. by 
Joannes van Keulen. 

361. Carte Nouvelle de la Mer Mediterran^e, oA sont 
exactement Remarqu^s tous les Ports, Golfes, Rochers, 
Bancs de Sable, etc., k I'usage des Armies du Roy de la 



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Grande Bretagne. Dress^e sur les M^moires les plus 
nouveaux par le S' Roraain de Hooge (3 flf.). Amsterd., 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

362. Nouvelle Carte G^n^rale de la Mer Mediterran6e. 
Par Hendrik de Leth (2 flf.). 

363. Nouvelle Carte Marine des Cotes de Catalogue^ 
Roussillon, Languedoc, Provence, Savoye, Genes, et Toscane, 
avec les Isles qui en dependent ; I'lsle de Corse et una 
partie de Sardagne depuis la Baye de Roses jusqu'4 Orbi- 
tello avec tous ses Ports, Bayes, Profondeurs, et Ancrages. . . ► 
Amsterd., chez Jean van Keulen. 

364. Carte Marine de la premiere partie de la Mer 
Mediterranee ; la Coste d'Espagne depuis la Riviere de 
Seville jusqu'au Caep de Palle, et la Coste de Barbaric 
depuis Nouveau Salee jusqu'au Caep Ferat. Amsterd., chez 
Jean van Ceulen. 

365. Carte Marine d'une partie de la Mediterranee au 
Coste d'Espagne depuis le Cap de Palle, jusq'^ Salce, et au 
Coste de Barbarie du Cap Falcon jusqu'4 Garbelle, avec les 
Isles d'Yvice, Majorque et Minorque. . . . Amsterdam. 

366. Nouvelle Carte selon le Plat de la Mediterranee . . . 
par . . . Cristoffel Middagten, contre Admiral du Tres Noble 
College de la Province de Vriese (2 fF.). Amsterd., chez 
Johan Loots. 

367. Plusieurs Plans des Ports et Rades de la Mer 
Mediterranee (5 ff.). Amst., chez Hendrick de Leth, 1744. 

368. Nieuwe Paskaart van de Straat . . . by And. en H. de 
Leth, Amsterdam. 

369. Nieuwe Paskaart van 't Opkoomen van 't Naauw van 
de Straat, beginnende aan de Spaansse Kust, van de Barles, 
en aan de Moorsse Kust, van S** Cruz het Naauw door 
Henr. Lynslager, Cap' ter Zee. 1738. 

370. De Haven en Straat van Gibraltar . . . door Joannes 
Covens en Comelis Mortier, Amsterdam. 

371. Mapa Topographico de los Payses y Costas que 
forman el Estrecho de Gibraltar. Por D. Thomas Lopez 
. . . 1762. 

372. Piano Geometric© de la Ciudad de Gibraltar. Por 
D. Thomas Lopez, 1762. 

373. Plan de la Ville et Baye de Gibraltar. Lev^ sur les 
Lieux. Par Feu M' Renaud, Ingenieur en chef, etc. Paris, 
par J. F. Benard. 

374. Nieuwe . . . Caart van de Baay en Stadt Gibraltar. . . . 
Amsterd. by Joannes van Keulen. 

375. Carte de la Baye de Gibraltar. . . . Hagae Comit. 
apud Jacob de Jongh. 



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376. Nouveau Plan de Gibraltar avec ses Fortifications, 
etc. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

377. Neuester und exacter Plan und Prospect von den 
Stadt, Vestung, Bay und Fortification von Gibraltar. . . . 
Gegeben von Homann. Erben. Numberg, 1733. 

378. MS. Plan of Gibraltar with the Spaish Aproaches 
in the late Siege and the works which they are now rainscing 
acros the Isthmus. June y 20, 1732 (A drawing). 

379. Nieuwe Afteekening van het Eyland Maiorca. . . . 
Amsterd., by Joh. van Keulen. 

380. Baleares Insulae ... a Nicol. Russinol Zagranada, 
Ant. Custurer, P. et Geo. Armengol, etc., Magnif. Majorcae 
regni juratis, edilae, mendis nunc purgatse, etc., a R. et 
J. Ottens. 

381. Iterum. 

382. Nieuwe Afteekening van het Eyland Minorca. , . . 
Amsterd., by Gerard van Keulen. 

383. Carte Topographique de I'lsle Minorque. . . . Par 
le Chev. de Beaurain, Geogr. Paris. 

384. Plan de la Ville et du Port Mahon et du Fort 
St. Philippe tel qu'il 6toit fortifie en 1706 par les Espag- 
nols. . . . Paris, chez le Chev. de Beaurain. 

385. Nieuwe Afteekening van de Rivier of Porto Mahon. . . . 
Amsterd. by G. van Keulen. 

386. Plan du Fort St. Philippe et de ses Environs. . . . 
Paris, chez R. J. Julien. 1756. 

387. Plan des Isles de S'° Marguerite et de S* Honore ou 
I'on trouve celui de la decente, Bombardement et attaque 
que les troupes de I'lmperatrice et du Roi de Sardagne com- 
inenc6rent le 14 Dec. 1746, et obligerent la Garnizon k 
capituler le 16. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

388. L'Isle d'Elbe. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 



Portfolio VIT. Vrankrijk. 

389. Carte de France, Lev6e par ordre du Roy [Cassini's"] 
64 ff., viz. : i-io, 12 ; 21-29 I 4^-49 ; 60-62 ; 77-87 ; 93, 94 ; 
no, II I ; 1 13-116 ; 118; 125-127 ; 142-148 ; 163, 174. 

390. Nouvelle Carte qui comprend les principaux Tri- 
angles qui servent de Fondement A la Description G6om^- 
trique de la France. . . . Par Messrs. Maraldi et Casini de 
Thury. . . . Paris, 1744. 

391. Carte de France dressee pour I'usage du Roy; Par 
Guil. Delisle, Premier Geographe de S. M. Paris, 1721. 

392. Carte de France, divis^e en vingt trois divisions 
militaires, conform6ment aux Decrets de I'Assembl^e 



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Nationale . . . avec des routes qui s'6tendent k deux et trois 
cent lieues sur les Etats Voisins de ce Royaume ; savoir : 
I'Angleterre, les Pays-Bas, la Hollande, I'AlIemagne, la 
Suisse, la Savoie, I'ltalie, et I'Espagne (6 sheets, one 
wanting). Paris, chez le S' Desnos, 1792. 

393. La France divis^e par Provinces. . . . Paris, chez le 
S' Jaillot, 1 72 1. 

394. Carte g^nerale des Postes de France avec les Postes 
de Communication en Flandre, Haynaut, Artois, Alsace, 
Lombardie, etc., tir^e de Toriginal que M. Jaillot k corrig^e 
et augmentee I'an 1738. Mise au jour par les Herit. de 
Homann. 1745. 

395. Tableau G^n6ral des Postes pour I'annee 1777. 

396. La France Benedictine, ou Carte Gdn^rale des 
Abbayes, et Prieurez conventuels de I'Ordre de S. Benoit tant 
d'hommes, que de filles. . . . Norimb., 1738. 

397. La Gaule dans son etat au tems de la Conquete par 
Cesar. . . . Par le S' d'Anville. 1745. 

398. Carte particuliere des Environs de Paris. Par 
Messrs. de I'Acad. Roy. des Sciences (9 ff.). 1674. 

399. Les Environs de Paris. . . . Par G. de I'Isle. Am- 
sterd., chez Covens et ^lortier. 

400. Carte de la Prevost6 et Vicont6 de Paris. . . . Par 
G. De risle. Paris, 171 1. 

401. Gubematio Insulae Franciae divisa in Electiones 
Lutetiae, Augustae Suessionum, Novioduni, etc., cum circum- 
jacentibus gubernationibus ; per Gerard et Leonard Valk. 

402. Le Plan de Paris, ses Faubourgs et ses Environs. . . . 
Grav6 par Matth. Seutter. Augsbourg. 

403. Typus Choro-Topographicus. . . . Lutetiae Parisiorum 
cum circumjacentis territorii Oppidis, Coenobiis, Pagis, Villis, 
ad spatium unius milliaris. . . . studio atq. manu ^L Seutteri. 

404. Plan de Paris, Lev6 par les Ordres du Roy ... en 
Tannic 1676. Par le S' Buillet, Architecte du Roy, etc. 
(12 flF.). 

405. Plan de la Ville et Fauxbourgs de Paris. . . . Par 
G. De risle. . . . Paris, 17 16. 

406. Le Plan de Paris, ses Faubourgs et ses Environs. 
Par G. De I'Isle. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

407. Iterum. Amsterd., chez le Veuviie de Nic. Visscher. 

408. Carte G^ndalogique des Roys de France depuis 
Pharamond jusqu'a Louis le Grand ... (2 ff.). Paris, 1686. 

409. G^n^alogie des Roys de France et de tons les 
Princes et Princesses qui en sont sortis en ligne Masculine 
depuis I'origine de la ^lonarchie. Presentee au Roy le 
28 d'Avril 1687. Par D. A. Thuret, P.D.H. (9 ff.). 

410. Carte de la Beauce du Gatinois de la Sologne et 



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Pays voisins compris dans la G^n6ralite d'Orleans. Par 
G. De risle. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

411. Iterum. Paris, 17 18. 

412. Carte Topographique du Diocese de Senlis. . . . 
Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1709. 

413. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

414. Carte du Diocese de Narbonne. . . . Par G. De 
I'Isle. . . . Paris, 1704. 

415. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

416. Carte des Provinces du Maine et du Perche dans 
laquelle se trouve comprise la partie Septentrionale de la 
G6n6ralit6 de Tours. Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1719. 

417. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

418. Carte Particuli^re d'Anjou et de Touraine ou de la 
Partie Meridionale de la G6neralit6 de Tours. Par G. De 
risle. . . . Paris, 1720. 

419. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

420. Carte de Normandie. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 
1716. 

421. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

422. Le Duch6 et Gouvernement de Normandie. . . . 
Par H. Jaillot. Paris, 1695. 

423. Normannia • . . curantibus Homann. Heredibus. 
Norimb. 

424. Normannise Ducatus, tum Superior . . . turn Inferior . . . 
quibus accedunt Praefectura Propria Portus Gratiae, et 
Insula Caesarea sive Jarsey dicta. Ger. et Leo. Valk. 

Portfolio VIII. 

425. Carte d'Artois et des Environs. . . . Par G. de I'Isle. 
Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

426. Iterum, Recudentibus Homann. Heredib. 

427. La Lorraine qui comprend les Duches de Lorraine 
et de Bar et les Balliages des Eveschcs et des Villes de 
Metz, Toul, et Verdun. Par le S' Sanson. Paris, chez 
H. Jaillot, 1692. 

428. Lotharingias Tabula Generalis, in qua Ducatus 
Lotharingiae et Barri necnon Metensis, Tullensis et Verdu- 
nensis Episcopatus ... a Job. Bapt. Homann. Norimbergae. 

429. Generalis Lotharingiae Vera Effigies. . . . Auct. F. de 
Witt. Amstelod, 

4 30. Les Environs de la Ville de Nancy. . . . Paris, chez 
J. B. Nolin, 1698. 

431. Accurate Vorstellung des neuesten Plans der . . . 
Bischoflichen Haubtstadt und Vestung Metz. . . . Homaenn. 
Officin. 1738. 



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432. Le Gouvernement General du Dauphine. . . . Par le 
S' Sanson- . . . Amsterd., chez Pierre Mortier. 

433. Tabula Delphinatus et Vicinarum Regionum. . . . 
Autore G. de I'lsle. Parisiis, 17 10. 

434. Delphinatus Praefectura. . . . Par Gerardum Valk. 

435. Tabula Delphinatus. . . . Excudente Jo. Bapt. 
Homanno. Norimbergse. 

436. Sedes Belli in Dauphinae et Provincae. Necnon 
Ducatus Sabaudiae, Principatus Pedemontii, Ducatus Montis- 
ferrati. Par Cornelium Danckerts. Amstelodami. 

437. Le Gouvernement General de Provence; divis6 en 
ses Vigueries, et terres adjacentes. Par le S' Sanson. 
Paris, chez H. Jaillot. 

438. Comt^ et Gouvernement General de Provence divis6, 
etc. . • . Amsterd., chez par C. Danckerts. 

43g. Provinciaindigenis dicta La Provence, divisa, etc. . . . 
Excudente J. Bapt. Homanno. Norimb. 

440. Le Comt6 et Gouvernement de Provence. . . . Par le 
S' G. de ITsle. 

441. Iterum. Paris, 17 15. 

442. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

443. Le Theatre de la Guerre dans les Sevennes avec les 
Montagnes et les Plaines des Environs de Languedoc. 
Amsterd , per Corn. Danckerts. 

444. Iterum. Rotterd., chez Henri de la Feuille, 1703. 

445. Le Canal Royal de Languedoc, pour la Jonction de 
rOcean et de la Mer Mediterran^e (3 ff.). Paris, chez 
J. B. Nolin, 1697. 

446. Le Gouvernement General de Languedoc. . . . Piir 
G. de ITsle (2 ff.). Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

447. La Bretagne divis^e en ses neuf Evesches que font 
aussi I'estendue des Receptes de la Generality de Nantes. . . . 
Par H. Jaillot. Paris, i6g6. 

448. Praefectura Ducatus Britanniae. ... Ex editione 
G. et L. Valk. 

449. Comitatus Hannoniae Tabula, emendata par Alex. 
Penez et edita par Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, Jun. 

450. Civitas Leucorum . . . aujourdhui Le Diocese de 
Toul. ... Par G. De ITsle. . . . Paris, 1707. 

451. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

452. Iterum. 

453. Comitatus Burgundiae, tam in . . . Praefecturas, quam 
in . . . Balliviatus, etc. ... a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

454. Le Comt6 de Bourgogne, ou La Franche Comt6 
divisee en Trois Grands Balliages. . . . Par H. Jaillot- 
Paris. 

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455- Carte du Duch6 de Bourgogne et des Comtez en 
dependans, . . , Par G. de I'lsle ... (2 fF.). Paris, 1709. 

456. Iterum (2 ff.). Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

457. Carte de la Champagne, et des Pays Voisins ou I'on 
voit la G6n6ralit6 de Chalons, partie de celle de Soissons, 
etc. Par G. De risle (2 ff.). Paris, 17 13. 

458. Iterum (2 fF.). Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

459. Tabula Geographica Campanise Specialis in suas sic 
dictas Electiones accurate distincta, edita a Joh. Bapt. 
Homanni Hserede. Norimbergae. 

460. Campaniae Prsefectura div. in Electiones . . . ut et 
circumjacentium Provinciarum ; edentibus G. et L. Valk. 

461. Carte du Diocese de Beauvais. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. 
Paris, 17 ID. 

462. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

463. Carte du Diocese de Beziers. Par G. De I'Isle. . . . 
Paris, 1703. 

464. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

465. Le Gouvernement General de Guienne et Gas- 
cogne. . . . Par M. G. de I'Isle. Amsterd., chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

466. Tabula Aquitanise complectens Gubernationem Gui- 
ennge et Vasconise ... a Joh. Bapt. Homanno. Norimbergse. 

467. Carte du Beam, de la Bigorre, de I'Armagnac et des 
Pays Voisins. Par G. de I'Isle. Paris, 171 2. 

468. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

469. Carte du Bourdelois du Perigord et des Provinces 
voisines. Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1714. 

470. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

471. Praefectura Piccardiae ... ex revisione G. etL. Valk. 

472. Carte de Picardie Septentrionale, d'Artois et des 
Environs. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. Amsterd., chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

473. Carte d'Artois et des Environs. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. 
Paris, 171 1. 

474. Carte particuli^re des Environs d'Arthois, du Boule- 
nois et d'une Partie de la Picardie. . . . Amsterd., Covens et 
Mortier. 

475. Partie Meridionale de Picardie. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. 
Paris, 1712. 

476. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

477. Carte Particuli^re des Environs de Roermonde, 
Venlo, le Marais de Peel. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

478. Carte particuli6re des Environs de Louvain, Aerschot, { 
Diest, Tirlemont, Leau, Judogne, Malines, et de partie du 
pays de Liege. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 467 



479. Carte particuli^re des Environs de Lier et d'une 
partie de la Campine. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

480. Carte . . . des Environs de Philippeville, Charle- 
mont, Marienbourg, Rocroy, Charleville, Mezieres, Sedan. 
Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

481. Carte . . . des Environs d'Avesnes, Landrecy, la 
Capelle, Guise. Ihid. 

482. Carte . . . des Environs de Cambray, Bappaumes, 
St. Quentin, Perone. Ibid. 

483. Carte des Environs d'Abbeville, Dourlens, Amiens, 
Corbie, et du Cours de la Somme. Ibid. 

484. Les Embouchures de la Somme et de Bresle Riv. 
ou est St. Valeri, Eu et Dieppe. Ibid. 

485. Carte . . . des Environs de Mons, d'Ath, de Charleroy, 
de Maubeuge, du Quesnay, de Conde, etc. Ibid. 

486. Carte . . . des Environs de Lille, Tournay, Valenci- 
ennes, Bouchain, Douay, Arras, Bethune. Ibid. 

487. Carte . . . des Environs de Menin, Courtray, Ypre, 
Dixmude, et Deynse. Ibid. 

488. Carte . . . des Environs de Dunkerque, Bergues, 
Fumes, Gravelines, Calais et autres. Ibid. 

489. Carte de I'Evesche de Nantes. . . . Par H. Jaillot. 
Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

490. Aurelianensis Praefectura Generalis . . . curis et 
molimine Ger. et Leo. Valk. 

491. Praefectura Lugdunensis Generalis. . . .Ex OflBcina 
G. et L. Valk. 

492. Territorium Metense. Auctore A. B. Fabert consule 
urbis Metensis. Le Pais Messin. Amstelod., apud G. Valk 
et P. Schenk. 

493. [Carte des Environs de] Douay, Cambrai, Valenci- 
ennes, chez Nic. Visscher. 

494. Auvergne, Limosin, La Marche, Poitou, Aunis, 
Saint et Arg. Guienne, Beam et Basse Navarre, Foix, 
Roussillon, Languedoc. Par J. B. B. d'Anville. 

495. Lyonnois, Bourgogne, Franche Comt6, Dauphine, 
Provence. Par J. B. B. d'Anville. 

496. Carte pour I'intelligence des Dissertations sur 
Genabum et sur Bibracte. 1739. 

497. Le Canal et Partie de la France. Amsterd., chez 
Covens et Mortier. 

498. La Manche, ''ou le Canal entre la France et I'Angle- 
terre. Par H. Jaillot. Parisiis, 1695. 

499. Superiority Britannique par Mer contre La France 
I'an 1759, demontre par les Entreprises des Anglois sur 
les Cotes de France. . . . Par Chretien Frederic de Heyden, 
chez Tobie Conr, Lotter. Augsbourg. 

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500. Les Cotes de France troubl^es par les Anglois I'an 
1758. ... Par Chr. F. de Heyden. Ibid. 

501. Nouvelle Carte selon le Plat de la Coste de France 
Biscaie et Gallisse entre I. de Ouessant et C. de Finisterre. . . . 
Par . . . Cristoffel Middagten, centre Admiral, etc. Amsterd., 
by Jochem Hasebrock. 

502. Nouvelle Carte g6n6rale de la Coste de France 
Biscaije et Gallisse, etc. Amsterd., by Joannes van Keulen. 

503. MS. Plan de la Bataille de Taisniere 011 les Francois 
ont €i6 forces dans leur retranchement le 11 Sept. 1709, 
par I'Armee des Hants Allies command^e par leurs Altesses 
Le Pr. Eugene de Savoye et Milord Due. (A drawing). 

504. Ecole de Mars pour apprendre ... la Fortification 
selon la Methode de M. de Vauban. Par le S"" de la Suze . . . 
(2 ff.). Paris, chez le S' Jaillot, 17 19. 

505. M6thode Nouvelle . . . de Fortifier toutes sortes de 
Places ... (4 if.). Amsterd., chez Henry Desbordes, etc. 

506. Plan du Passage du Var, fait le 30 Nov. 1746, par 
les Armees combin^es Imperiales et Sardinoises sous les 
Ordres du Comte de Broune. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

507. Versailles. . . . Aux depens de Matth, Seutter. 
Augsbourg. 

508. Plan de Lion. Lev6 par le S' C. Serancourt. . . . 
J. Roque. 1746. 

509. Plan de la Ville et Citadelle de Lille. Amsterd., 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

510. Plan de la Ville de Lille, Investie par les Haut- 
Allies . . . le 13 Aoust et prise le 8 Octobre 1708. Brux- 
elles, chez Eugene Henry. 1709 (4 copies). 

511. Plan et Profile de la Ville de Maubeuge. Amst., 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

512. Plan d'Alise et de ses Environs pour I'intelligence 
de I'explication Topographique du Siege de cette Place 
(Comment. Cses. lib. vii.). 

513. Plan de la Ville de St. Omer avec les Forts des 
Environs. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

514. ... Ville et Citadelle de Cambray. Ibid. 



515- 
516. 

517- 
518. 

519- 



. Ville de Douay et du Fort d'Escarpe. Ibid. 

. Ville et Citadelle d'Arras. Ibid. 

. Ville d'Aire et du Fort St. Fran9ois. Ibid. 

. Ville de Bethune. Ibid. 

, Ville de Conde. Ibid. 

520. Vue de Dunkerque du C6t6 de la Mer. . . . Par 
Taverne de Renescure. Paris, chez C. Duflos. 

521. Plan de la Ville et de la Citadelle de Dunkerque, 
comme elle a 6t6 avant la demolition que les Anglois en 
ont faite en 1714. . . . Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 



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522. Plan de la Ville et Citadelle de Dunkerque. ... A la 
Haye, chez Pierre Husson. 

523. Iterum. Amst., chez Pierre Mortier. 

524. A Plan of Dunkerque Road with the Western Channel 
and part of the Eastern Channel. Survey'd Dec, 1743. 

525. MS. Plan of the Town and Harbour of Dunker- 
que. ... As observed June, 1753 (a drawing). 

526. MS. Plan of Dunkerque, showing the form of a new 
Canal (a drawing). 

527. MS. Iterum. 

528. MS. A Drawing of Dunkirk and its Vicinity. 

529. Plan du Retranchement et Campement de Troupes 
Francoises aux Environs de la Ville de Dunkerque . . . 
ainsi que le dit Ouvrage a ett6 fait A° 1742. 

530. MS. Iterum (a drawing). 

531. Carte des Environs de Dunkerque, avec le projet da 
nouveau Port de Mardik. 

532. MS. Dunkerken (a drawing). 



Portfolio IX., Duitsland, Opper en Neder Rhijn, 
Westphalen. 

533. Hassia Lantgraviatus tam Superior Casselanensis 
quam Inferior Darmstadina quibus includuntur et circum- 
jacent Ducatus Anderlahn, comitatus Rheinfelt, Romberg, 
Waldeck, Solms, Sigen, etc. Opera Gerardi Valk. 

534. Carte en quatre feuilles du Landgraviat de Hesse 
Cassel. . . . Par Malecot Ingen' Geogr. du Roy. Paris, chez 
Denis. 1760. 

535. Le Landgraviat de Hesse Cassel . . . avec une Partie 
du Landgraviat de Hesse-Darmstat et de la Vetteravie avec 
autres dependences. Par M' Carlet de la Roziere, Capitaine 
de Dragons, etc. (4 ff.). Augsbourg, 1761. 

536. Superior et Inferior Hassiae Landgraviatus in suos 
Ducatus, Comitatus, Abbatias, Praefecturas accuratissime 
distinctus cura et impensis Matth. Seutteri. Augustae Vind. 

537. Landgraviatus Hassiae Inferioris Nova Tabula in qua 
praecipue Ditiones Hesse-Casselenses et Comitatus Waldeck 
cum insertis et vicinis aliorum Statuum Praefecturis . . . 
a Joh. Bapt. Homanno. Noribergae. 

538. Carte Demi-Topographique de la Partie Septen- 
trionale du Landgraviat de Hesse-Cassel, avec une Partie du 
Duch6 de Brunswick, de la Thuringe, etc. . . . Par M' Carlet 
de la Rosiere, etc. 1759. 

539. Plan de la Ville Capitale de Cassel. . . . Lev6 
nouvellement et mis au jour, par les Heritiers de Homann. 



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540. Le Cercle de Westphalie divis^e en tous ses Etats 
et Souverainet^s. . . . Par le S' Sanson. Corrig^e et aug- 
ment6e . . . par Covens et Mortier. Amsterd. (2 ff.). 

541. Nova Ducatus Westphalise Tabula accurate descripta 
et in Satrapias et Dynastias distincte divisa. Amstelod., per 
R. et J. Ottens. 

542. Circulus Westphaliae cum omnibus suis subjacentibus 
Provincias . . • par R. et J. Ottens. Amstelod. 

543. S. R. I. Circulus Westphaliae in omnes ejusdem 
subjacentes Provincias exactissime distinctus. Per Nic. 
Visscher. Amst. Bat. 

544. Le Cercle de Westphalie divis6, etc. Par H. Jaillot. 
Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

545. S. R. Imp. Comitatus Hanau proprie sic dictus cunj 
singulis suis praefecturis ; ut et Comit. Budingen et Nidda 
cum reliqua Wetteravia et vicinis Regionibus per Fr. Zol- 
mannum, A. C. S. S. V. Curante Joh. Chr. Homann. D. M. 
Noribergge, 1728. 

546. Comitatus Bentheimensis Nova Descriptio. Auth. 
Joan. Westenberg. Amstelod. apud G. Valk et Pet. Schenk. 

547. Hildesia (a Plan of Hildesia). 

548. Episcopatus Hildesiensis necnon vicinorum Statuum 
delineatio Geographica, per Ger. Just. Arenholdum. . . . 
Opera Hsered. Jo. Bapt. Homanni. Norimbergae. 

549. Principatus Halberstadiensis, Abbat : Quedlinbur- 
gens cum Comitatu Wernigerodano, ad hodiernum 
verum Statum exacta prodiit ex officina geogr. Matth. 
Seutteri. Aug. Vindel. 

550. Comitatus Stolbergici ad Hercyniam ceterarumque 
ad Illustriss. Comites pertinentium Ditionum et terrarum 
ipsis adjacentium Geographica Descriptio. Edita curis 
Homannianorum Heredum. Norimbergae. 

551. Carte Nouvelle de I'Evesche de Munster subdivis6 
en ses principales Juridictiones. Par le S' Sanson. . . . 
Rectifi^ et Augment^ par R. et J. Ottens (2 ff.). Amsterd. 

552. Iterum (2 ff.). Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

553. Osnabruga vel Aureliopolis. . . . Amst., apud Covens 
et Mortier. 

Portfolio X., Bohemia, Silesia, Moravia. 

554. Mappa Geographica Regni Bohemici in duodecim 
circulos divisae cum Comitatu Glacensi et Districtu Egerano, 
etc. . . .XXV Sectionibus exhibita a J. C. Muller, S. C. M. . . . 
1720. 

555. Regni Bohemiae, Due. Silesiae, Marchionatuum 
Moraviae et Lusatiae Tabula. . . . Edentibus Homan. 
Heredibus. Norimbergae, 1747. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 471 



556. Bohemise Regnum in xii circulos divisum cum Com. 
Glac. et Distr. Egerano. . . . Per Homann. Heredes. 

557. Regnum Bohemiae, eique annexae Provinciae. . . . 
Per F. de Wit. Ex Officina R. et J. Ottens. Amstel. 

558. Le Royaume de Boheme, Duche de Silesie, les 
Marquisats de Moravie et de Lusace. Amst., chez P. Schenk. 

559. Regnum Bohemiae denuo accuratiss. delineatum cum 
finitimis Principatibus. . . . Apud Gottofredum Jac. Haup- 
tium. 

560. Regnum Bohemiae eique annexae Provincise. . . . 
Amstel., per T. Danckerts. 

561. Les Environs de Prague. . . . Dessin^s par les Herit. 
de Homann. 1742. 

562-4. Carte des Expeditions de Guerre en Boheme. Par 
les Herit. de Homann. 1743- 

562. I Feuille. . . . Le Plan de la Ville de Prague assieg^e 
et prise ... en I'an 1741 le 26 Nov. 

563. H. F. representant les Operations de la Guerre 
devant d'Ergra et de Prague . . . sur les derniers Plans des 
Ing. Fran9ois. 

564. HL Le Plan de I'Attaque et de la Defense de Prag, 
I'an 1742 depuis le 28 Juillet jusqu'au 13 du Sept. 

565. Plan van de Stadten de Beleegering van Praag. 
1742. 

566. Plan du Camp de I'Armee Fran9oise sous le Canon 
de Prague le 15 Juin 1742. A la Haye, chez Alex. Johnson. 

567. Nouveau Plan de la Ville et des Environs de Prague ; 
avec les differens Camps des Autrichiens, les Retranchemens 
des Frangois, et la demiere attaque de ces Retranchemens. 

568. Praga . . . totius Bohemiae Metropolis. . . . Ibid. 
Par M. Seutter. ... in Augspurg. 

569. Repraesentatio Geographica Circuli Egerani, necnon 
Elnbogensis. . . . Norimbergae, apud Homann. Haredes. 
1742. 

570. Iterum. 

571. Die Herschaft Toeplitz im Leutmeritzer Creisse des 
K. Bohemen, endworfFen von M. A. F. Zurner. Amsteld., 
von P. Shenk. 

572. Superioris et Inferioris Ducatus Silesiae in suos 
xvii minores Principatus et Dominia divisi Tabula . . . 
a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

573. Iterum. Covens et Mortier. Amstelod. 

574. Ducatus Silesiae, Regnum Bohemiae, Marchionatus 
Moraviae et Lusatiae. Auct. Theod. Danckerts. Amstel. 

575. La Basse Silesie qui comprend les Principaut^s de 
Schweidnitz, de Jauer, de Glogau, de Breslau, de Liegnitz, 



472 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



de Brieg, de Wolau, de Oels, et de Sagan . . . par les Herit. 
de Homann. Norimb., 1745. 

576. Silesia Inferior. . . . Amstel., apud P. Schenk et 
G. Valk. 

577. Mappa Geogr. exactissima, continens . . . Silesiam . . . 
edente P. Schenk. 

578. Schlesisches Kriegs Theatrum. 1741. 

579. La Comt6 de Glatz, avec le Princip. de Munsterberg 
dress^e sur des dessins Autographes par Tob. Meyer aux 
depens des Herit. de Homann. Nuremberg, 1747. 

580. Comitatus Glatz. Auth, lona Sculteto. Amstel., apud 
Schenk et Valk. 

581. Ducatus Teschenensis in Silesia superiore. Opera 
et sumtibus M. Seutteri. Aug. Vind. 

582. Delineationem Liberae in Silesige Dynastiae Drachen- 
berg. Ex Offic. P. Schenk. 

583. Ducatus Silesiae Grotganus cum Distr. Episcopali 
Nissensi, Delineatore lona Sculteto, Silesio. Amstel., apud 
Schenk et Valk. 

584. Ducatus . . . Olsnensis . . . Delineatio Wratislaviae. . . . 
Impensis P. Schenk, jun. Amstelod. 

585. Ducatus Silesiae Wolanus Auth. lona Sculteto. 
Amstel. apud Schenk et Valk. 

586. Ducatus . . . Glogani vera Delineatio secunda . . . 
a lona Sculteto. Ibid. 

587. Ducatus . . . lauranus. Aut. Frid. Khiinovio ; Pctr. 
Schenk. Amst. 

588. Ducatus . . . Ligniciensis. Amstel., apud Schenk et 
Valk. 

589. Ducatus . . . Schwidnicensis. Auth. Fr. Kuhnovio. 
Ibid. 

590. Ducatus . . , Breslanus sive Wratislaviensis. Ibid. 

591. Wratislavia . . .Ducat. Siles. Metropolis. . . . Matth. 
Seutter. Aug. 

592. Iterum. Ab Homann. Hered. Norimb., 1752. 

593. Moravise . • . accuratissima delineatio. Auctore 
I. A. Conienio. Nunc apud Petr, Schenck, Jun. 

594. Tabula Generalis Marchionatus Moravias in sex 
circulos divisae quos Mandate Caesareo accurate emensus hac 
mappa delineatos exhibet Joh. Christ. Miiller S. C. M. 
Capitan. Editore Joh. Bapt. Homanno, Norimbergae 
(3 copies). 

595." Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 
59b. Marchionatus MoraviaeCirculus Olomucensis (2ff.) — 
Ed. J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

597. Iterum (2 fF.). 

598. . . . Circulus Preroviensis (2 ff.). Ed. eodem ; ibid. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 473 



599. Iterum (2 ff.). 

600. . . . Circulus Brunnensis (2 flF.). Ed. eod. ibid. 

601. Iterum (2 ff.). 

602. , . . Circulus Hradistiensis. . . . Ed. eod. ibid. 

603. Iterum. 

604. . . . Circuli Znoymensis at Iglaviensis. Ed. eod. ibid. 

605. Iterum. 



Portfolio XI., Oostenryk, Beyeren, Frankenland, 
Swaben. 

606. Circuli Austriaci in quo sunt Archiducatus Austriae, 
Ducatus Stiriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae, Comitatus Tirolis et 
Episcopatus Tridentini, Novissima Descriptio. Amstelod., 
per Justin. Danckerts. 

607. Archiducatus Austriae Superioris in suas Quadrantes 
• Ditiones exacte divisi . . . Tabula ... a Joh. Bapt. Homanno. 

Noribergae. 

608. Archiducatus Austriae Inferioris. . . . Ibid. 

6oq. Nova . . . Charta Archiduc. Austriaci cum adjacent. 
Regionibus . . . Sculpsit et excudit G. J. Haupt. Augustae. 

610. Tabula Geogr. Europae Austriacae ... a Joh. Chr. 
Homanno, M.D. Noribergae. 

611. Maiestas Austriaca sive Circulus Archiduc. Austriae . . . 
cum ceteris . . . huic Domui . . . devotis Haereditariis 
Terris . . . par Matth. Seutterum, S. C. M. G. Augustanum. 

612. German ia Austriaca complectens S. R. I. Circulum 
Austr. ut et reliquos in Germania, etc. Auct. Jo. B. Ho- 
manno. Noribergae. 

613. Post Charte der K. K. Erblanden. Durch Herrn 
Abbe Georg Ignaz Freyherrn von Mezburg K. K. Prof, der 
Math, an der Univ. in Wien. 1782. 

614. Ducatus Stiriae et Carintiae, Carniolae, Cilleiaeqne 
Comitatus. . . . Per Cornel. Danckerts. Amstelod. 

615. Ducatus Stiriae Novissima Tabula ex ampliore mappa 
olim R. D°'. Georg. Matth. Vischer ... a Joh. B. Ho- 
manno. Noribergae. 

616. Tabula Ducatus Carniolise Vindorum Marchiae et 
Histriae ex mente III""', quondam L. B. Valvasorii con- 
cinnata ... a Jo. Bapt. Homanno. Noribergae. 

617. Comitatus principalis Tirolis in quo Episcopatus 
Tridentinus et Brixensis, Comitatus Brigantinus, Feldkirchiae 
Sonnebergae et Pludentii . . . ab eodem. 

618. S. R. I. Principatus et Archiepisc. Salisburgensis 
cum Subjectis Insertis et Finitimis Regionibus. Opera 
ejusdem. 



474 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



619. Memorabilis Danubii Cataracta, vulgo der Strudl . . . 
Notabilis Danubii Vortex vulgo der Wiirbel . . . cum ad- 
jacente Sacello S. Nicolai. M. Seutter. Aug. Vindel. 

620. Accuratissima Viennae Austriae Ichnographica De- 
lineatio (4 ff.). Vienna, 1706. 

621. Genealogie de I'Auguste Maison d'Austriche, et de 
ses Alliances Royales. Presentee k la Reyne le 8* Aug. 
1677, ^ Versailles (4 ff.). 

622. Prospect und Grund-Riss der Kays. Residenz-Stadt 
Wien mit negst anligenden Gegend und Neuen Linien umb 
die Vorstadt. J. B. Homann. Nup. 

623. Chorographia VI milliarium Regionis circa Urbem 
Viennam Austriacam, deprompta ex Mappa Majori Vissche- 
riana. . . . Per Homannianos Heredes C. P. S. C. M. 1748. 

624. Vienna . . . seri incisa et venum exposita a Matth. 
Seutter. Augspurg. 

625. . . . Prospectus Viennae . . . cum novem eam 
cingentibus et circumjacentibus celebrioribus Suburbiis. 
M. Seutter. 

626. Plan de la Ville de Vienne en Austriche et ses 
Environs. Amsterd., by Reinier et Joshua Ottens. 

627. ExactissimaStatuum totius Ducatus Bavarise Tabula . . . 
cum insertis et finitimis Regionibus in ix Mappis Geograph. 
... per G. C. Buna, V. D. M. Freyburg. 

628. S. Rom. Imperii Circuli et Electoratus Bavariae cum 
finitimis accurata Delineatio. 1684. 

629. S. R. I. Bavariae Circulus atque Electoratus tam cum 
adjacentibus quam insertis Regionibus . . . per N. Visscher» 
Amsterd. 

630. Le Cercle de Baviere. . . . Par H. Jaillot. Amsterd., 
chez R. et J. Ottens. 

631. Bavarise Circulus et electoratus, tam cum adjacentibus 
quam insertis Regionibus. . . . per J. B. Homann. Norim- 
bergae. 

632. Circulus Bavaricus in quo sunt Ducatus Electoratus 
et Palatinatus Bavariae Neoburgi Archiepisc. Salisburgi, 
etc. . . . Amstelod., per Just. Danckerum. 

633. Bavariae Pars Superior tam in sua Regimina Princi- 
paliora quam in eorundem Praefecturas particulares accurate 
divisa. Excudente J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

634. Pars Inferior. 

635. Delineatio Nordgoviae Veteris prout ejus facies Seculo 
xi et xii fuit Geographice designata per J. H. de Falcken- 
stein. . . . Sumpt. Homan. Hered. Norimb., 1733. 

636. Tractus Nordlingensis Germ. Ries dicti accurata 
Descriptio, adjecto Indice, cui Dominium cujusvis loci 
aliaque Jura competant. . . . Homann. Hered. 1738. 



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637. Nova Comitatus Pappenheimensis Tabula . . . nec- 
non Dynastiae Bellenberg in Suevia. . . . Curis et impensis 
Homann. Heredum. 

638. Protoparchiae Mindelhemensis nova Tabula Geogr. 
J. B. Homann. Norimb. 

639. Accurater Prospect u. Grundriss der Gegend der 
Kays. Freyen Reichstadt Weissenburg am Nordgau mit 
denen alda sich befindl. Alterthumern von J. B. Homann. 
Nurnberg. 

640. Monachium vulgo Munchen. . . . Leide, chez Pierre 
van der Aa. 

641. Iterum. Matth. Seutter. Augspurg. 

642. Genealogie de la Maison Souveraine Palatine- 
Baviere (2 ff.). 

643. Plan of the famous Victory at Bleinem 1 3th Aug., 

1704 (2 ff.). 

644. Plan de la Battalie Gani^e sur la Plesne de Hochstette 
entre les villages de Plintheym Oberklauw et Lutzingen, 
etc., le 13 Aout 1704. Dissinee sur les Lieux par Mons' 
Ivoy Collonel et Quartier Maiet. Generael a la Camp Sour 
le Due de Marleborough. A la Haye, chez Anna Beek. 
With an account of the battle (in Dutch). In 's Gravenhage. 
By Paulus Scheltus. 1704. 

645. Circuli Franconiae Pars Orientalis et Potior. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

646. Iterum. 

Electoratus Moguntinus ut et Palatin. Infer. Hassiae et 
Fluminis Moeni aliqua pars, exhibens simul Occid. circ 
Franconise. . . . Conante J. B. Homanno. 

647. Le Cercle de Franconie. . . . Par H. Jaillot. 
Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

648. Partie Orientale du Cercle de Franconie. . . . Amst., 
Covens et Mortier. 

649. Iterum. J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

650. Geograph. Descriptio Montani cujusdam Districtus 
in Franconia. . . . N.x\ incisa a J. B. Homanno. 

651. Tabula Geogr. nova exhibens partem Inframontanam 
Burggraviatus Norimbergensis sive Principatum Onolsba- 
censem cum Terris Limitaneis. . . . Auth. J. G. Vetter (4 ff.). 

652. Ducatus Franciae Orientalis seu Sac. Rom. Imp. 
Principatus et Episcopatus Herbipolensis vulgo Wurtzbur- 
gensis cum omnibus suis Officiis et pertinentiis ... a J. B. 
Homanno. Norimbergae. 

653. S. R. Imp. Principatus et Episcopatus Banbergensis 
Nova Tabula Geogr. . . . ab eodem. 

654. S. R. Imp. Principatus et Episcopatus Eistellensis. . . . 
ab eodem. 



476 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC, 



655. Eigentliche Verzeichnung der Gegend und Pro- 
specten der . . . Stadt Aichstaedt. Zu finden bey J. B. 
Homanns seel. Erbe in Niirnberg. 

656. GeometrischerGrundriss der. . . Stadt Niirnberg. . . . 
Matth. Sautter. . . . Augspurg. 

657. Prospect und Grundriss der . . . Stadt Niirnberg 
samt ihren Linien und Gegend auf eine Meil-wegs herumb. 
Edirt von J. B. Homann. 

658. Accurate Vorstellung der . . . Stadt Wurtzburg. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Nurnberg, 1723. 

659. Suevia Universa ix Tabulis delineata ... a Jaques 
Michal, Capitaine et Ingenieur, sculpta a Matth. Seuttero. . . . 
August. 

660. Iterum . . . Impensis Job. Andr. Pfeffel. . . . Nunc 
apud Homann. Heredes. 

661. S. R. I. Circulus Sueviae ... a J. B. Homann. 
Norimb. 

662. Circuli Sueviae Mappa ex subsidiis Michalianis 
delineata. . . . Homann. Hered. 1743. 

663. Pars Suevige Australior. Par G. De I'Isle. . . . 
Augustae apud Jer. Wolffium. 

664. Pars Sueviae Borealior. . . . 

665. Ducatus Wurtemburgici cum Locis Limitaneis. . . . 
(zfF.). PerM. Joh.Majer. . . . Opera J. B. Homanni. Norimb. 

666. Plan de la Ville et Chateau de Fribourg et ses 
Environs. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

667. Plan de Ville et Chateaux de Fribourg . . . graphic 
aux depens de Matth. Seutter. . . . Augspourg. 

668. Nova et accurata Territorii Ulmensis cum Dominic 
Wainensi Descriptio . . . revidente et curante J. C. Lauter- 
bach. In lucem edidit J. B. Homann. Noribergae. 

66g. Ulma . . . cura et impensis Matth. Seutteri, Aug. 
Vind. 

670. Augspurg. Ibid. 

671. Accurata . . . Ichnographia. . . . Augustae Vindeli- 
corum. Ibid. 

672. Nieuwe en Naukeurige Aftekening van Out en 
Nieuwt Breisach met alle zyne Sterktens en Omleggende 
Landen, etc. Amst., by R. et J. Ottens. 1733. 

673. Iterum. 1734. 

674. Brisaci Veteris Prospectus. . . . Cura M. Seutteri. 

675. Nouveau Plan du Carolsruhe sur deux feuilles. 
Par les Herit. de Homann. Nurenberg, 1739. 

676. Iterum. 

677. Architecturse Militaris Synopsis sive accuratus Pro- 
spectus hodiernae Artis ac Rationis Muniendi ; juxta Meiho- 



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dum Viginri celiberrimorum Architectorum Militarium in 
Europa. Augustae Vindel. Cura et sump. M. Seutteri. 

678. Tafel in welcher alle gehorige Werck-zeuge zur 
Kriegs-Kunst Vestungs-bau und Artillerie, zu Belagerung 
der Staette Vestungen und Schlosser in Feld-Schlachten^ 
Heer-Lager und Lager Plaetzen auch allerly Schiff- und 
See-Materialien vorgestelt werden. Edirt von J. B. Homann. 
Niirnberg. 

679. Kriegs Ingenieur- u. Artillerie-Charte, welche die 
Vornehmste Terminos so wohl der Geometrie Fortification 
Artillerie u. Ernst-Feuer werck ; als auch anderer im Krieg 
Vorkommenden Sachen, Feldlager Linien, Schanzen Machi- 
nen u. Arbeits-Geraethe. . . . Ausgefertiget von Homaenis- 
chen Her. 1737. 



Portfolio XII., Duitsland, Saxen, Brandenburg, 
Pommeren. 

680. Germanic et Pays Situ6 entre le Danube et la Mer 
Adriat. . . . Par le S' d'Anville. 1749- 

681. Mappa Geographica . . . exhibens circulos aliquot 
Germaniae, praesertim ubi Bellum nunc geritur. Cura et 
Sumpt. Tob. Conr, Lotter ... (4 flf.). Aug. Vindel. 1759. 

682. Imperium Romano-Germanicum ... ad mentem 
Job. Hiibneri Collegii Johannei Hamburgi Rectoris . . . 
a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

683. Iterum. 1732. 

684. Postarum seu Veredarum Stationes per Germaniam 
et Provincias adjacentes. AmsteL, ex Off. Covens et 
Mortier. 

685. Iterum. J. B. Homann. in Niirnberg. 

686. Iterum. 

687. Accuratissima Germaniae Tabula . . . per F. de Witt. 
AmsteL, ex. Off. R. et J. Ottens. 

688. Carte Critique de I'AUemagne faite suivant un 
Nouveau Dessein appuje des monumens authentiques du 
terns ancien et nouveau, avec une comparaison de celui de 
M' de risle et De Homann. Dress^e par M' Tob. Mayer, 
de la Soc. Cosmographique. Publ. par les Herit. de 
Homann. 1750. 

689. Albis Fluvius. ... A Fontibus ad Ostia cum Flu- 
minibus ab utroque latere in ilium fluentibus. . . . AmsteL, 

I apud Schenk et Valk. 

690. Postarum seu Veredariorum Stationes per Germaniam 
et Prov. adjacentes. Nova accurata Germaniae Tabula 
comprehendens. . . . x circulorum Bohemias Regni ac 



478 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



Universse Helvetiae descriptionem. . . *. Per T. Danckerts 
(4 ff.). 

691. Waldeccias ac Finilimorum Dominiorum Itterani et 
Cansteiniani necnon insertse Diocesis Eimelrodensis. . . . 
Tabula. Per Homan. Heredes. Norib., 1733. 

692. Ducatus Electoratus et Principatus Ducum Saxo- 
niae. . . . Per Phil. Henr. et Frid. Zollmann. Homann. 
Hered. Noribergae, 1731. 

693. Ducatus Saxoniae superioris ut status ipsius anti- 
quissimus fuit per secula x priora, sc. post Chr. nat. ad 
Ann. 1000 usque ex hist. Sax. monumentis compilatus . . 
per Frid. Zollmann. Ibid. 

694. Circulus Saxoniae Inferioris. ... Ex conatibus 
J. B. Homanni. Norimbergae. 

695. Circulus Saxoniae Superioris in quo Ducatus et 
Electoratus Saxoniae Marchionatus Misniae et Landgraviatus 
Thuringiae . . . exhibentur. a J. B. Homanno. Norim- 
bergae. 

696. Iterum. Par H. Jaillot. Amsterd. chez R. et J. 
Ottens. 

697. Circuli Sup. Saxoniae Pars Meridionalis sive Ducatus 
Electoratus et Principatus Ducum Saxoniae ex Zolmannianis 
et Ziirnerianis subsidiis . . . per Homann. Heredes. 1734. 

698. Iterum. 

699. Circulus Saxoniae Inferioris in quo sunt Ducatus 
Holsatias, Mecklenburgi Lauwenburgi Luneburgi Brunsuigi 
Bremae et Ferdae, Comitatus Dannebergi, Archiepisc. Maeg- 
deburgensis, Episc. Hildesiae et Halberstad. Per Justinum 
Danckerts. Amsterd. 

700. Totius Marchionatus Lusatiae . . . Tabula Specialis. . . . 
Revisa et aucta a. . . . D. Joh. Hiibnero. . . . J. B. Homann. 
Norimberg. 

701. La Haute Lusace contenant le Cercle de Baudissin 
et de Goerliz. Lev6 . . . sur les Lieux par des Arpenteurs 
Allemands. Donn6 a Paris par le Rouge, Ing' Geogr. du 
Roy. 1757. 

702. Lusatia Superior. Auth. Barthol. Sculteto Gorlitio. 
Amstel., apud Schenk et Valk. 

703. Lusatiae Superioris Tabula Chorographica . . . per 
J. G. .Schreiberum . . . studio Homann. Hered. Norim- 
bergae. 

704. Accuratissima Marchionatus Lusatiae Inferioris 
Descriptio. 

705. Nova . . . Descriptio Marchion. Lusatiae Inferioris 
.... Gestochen von Peter Schenken, jun. Amsterd. 

706. Totius Marchion. Lusatiae . . . Tabula Specialis. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 479 



707. Carte du Cercle de Budissin dans ... la haute 
Lusace. Les Herit. de Homann. 1746. 

708. L'Electorat de Hannover. . . . Amsterd., Covens et 
Mortier. 

709. Plan de Hanover. . . . Paris, chez le Rouge, Ing'. 
Geogr. 1757. 

710. Ducatus Brunswicensis in tres suos Principatus . . . 
divisi. . . . J. B. Homann. 

711. Ducatus Lunebergici et Comitatus Dannebergensis 
accur. Descriptio ... a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

712. Iterum. 

713. Liineburgum. . . Op. et Sumpt. M. Seutteri. 

714. Saxoniae Tractus Ducatum Magdeburg, cum suo 
Circulo Salico Princ. Anhaltinum Halberstadiensem finiti- 
marumque Regionum Electoratus, etc. Ostendens a J. B. 
Homanno. . . . Noribergae. 

715. Charte des Herzogt. Magdeburg mit seinen Creisen 
und Laendern Gezeichnet von F. P. Fr. von Gundling. 

716. Magdeburgum . . . Metropolis. . . . Op. et coelo 
M. Seutteri. 

717. Comitatus Hohenloici. . . . Auct. J. Car. Schapuzet. 
Excud. Homann. Her. 1748. 

718. Praefectura Leucopetrana. ... a Matth. Seuttero. 

719. . . . Delineatio Geogr. Diocesis ac Praefecturae 
Dresdensis. . . . Per Matth. Seutter. Aug. Vind. 

720. Praefecturae Lipsiensis delineatio Geogr. ex observat. 
accural issimis. Id. Ibid. 

721. Lipsia. . . . Id. Ibid. 

722. Delineatio Geogr. Ditionis Martisburgensis. . . • 
Id. Ibid. 

723. Anhallinus Principatus. . . . Id. Ibid. 

724. Praefecturae Principatus Querfurtensis Dahmiana et 
Jiiterboccensis cum vicinia, etc. Id. Ibid. 

725. Electoratus Saxonici Praefecturae Annaburgensis 

Pretzschens. Torgaviensis, Schweinicensis, Miihlbergensis 

Id. Ibid. 

-J 2b. Praefecturae Saxon. Wurcensis, Eilenburgensis, Du- 
bensis. . . . Id. Ibid. 

727. Dynastiae Comitatus Schoenburgici, Penig, Remissa, 
Rochsburg, Wechselburg in Clientela Elect. Saxon. Glaucha, 
Hartenstein, Lichtenstein, Waldenburgpraedia benef. S. R. I. 
sitae in dioec. praefecturae Cigneae. . . . Id. Ibid. 

728. Descriptio Geogr. Praefecturarum Doelitsch, Bitter- 
feld, Zarbig Id. Ibid. 

729. Tabula Geogr. in qua Principatus Gotha, Coburg et 
Akenburg, cum omnibus eorundem Praefecturis tarn in 



48o CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



Thuringia quam Misnia et Franconia sitis. ... a J. B. Ho- 
manno. Norimbergse. 

730. Praefecturge Altenbergensis et Ronneburgensis ear- 
umque vicinia. . . . a M. Seuttero. Aug. Vindel. 

731. Die Hochfiirstliche Residentz Friedenstein und 
Haupt Stadt Gotha. Id. Ibid. 

732. Nobilis Saxonige Fl. Visurgis cum Terris adjacenti- 
bus ab Inclyta Brema ad Ostium Maris. Amslel., apud 
Schenk et Valk. 

733. Ducatus Bremae et Ferdse Maximaeque partis Flu- 
minis Visurgis Descriptio per Frid. de Witt. Amstel., ex 
off. R. et J. Ottens. 

734. Ducatus Bremse et Ferdae Nova Tabula. J. B. Ho- 
mann. Norimbergae. 

735. Ducatus Meklenburgicus in quo sunt Ducatus Van- 
daliae et Meklenburgi, Comitatus et Episcopatus Sweri- 
nensis, Rostochiense et Stargardiense Dom. Per R. et J. 
Ottens. 

736. Ite.rum. Excud. J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

737. Landgraviatus Thuringiae Tabula Generalis. . . . 
Id. Ibid. 

738. Principatus Isenacensis cum adjacentibus vicinorum 
Statuum Ditionibus. Id. Ibid. 

739. Principatus Saxo-Hildburghusianus. Id. Ibid. 

740. Chorographia Territorii Naumburgocitiensis . . . 
exactissima. ... a J. G. Schreibero. Homann. Hered. 
Norib., 1732. 

741. Typus Geograph. Ducatus Lauenburgici novus. . . . 
a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 1729. 

742. Delineatio aureae Sterilitatis Herciniensis ; i.e. Her- 
cinise Metalliferae accurata Chorographia. Curis Homann. 
Hered. Norib. 

743. Episcopatus Halberstadensis Descriptio nova. Amstel,, 
apud Schenk et Valk. 

744. Nova Territorii Erfordien sis ... . descriptio cui 
accedit Erfordiae Urbis exterior Facies et Prospectus. Auct. 
J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

745. A General Prospect of the Royal House and Garding 
at Hernhausen. Amst., ches; P. Schenk. 

746. Prospect und Grundriss der . . . Stadt Hamburg 
samt ihrer Gegend. Dirt durch J. B. Homann. Nurnberg. 

747. Hamburgum. . . . M. Seutter. Augsp. 

748. Tabula Marchionatus Brandenburgici et Ducatus 
Pomeraniae. . . . ed. a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

749. Nova Electoratus et Marchionatus Brandenburgici 



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Tabula nuper edita ab J. P. Fr. Gundlingio nunc vero aucta 
et emendata a R. et J. Ottens. Geogr. Amst. 

750. Iterum. 

75 1 . Land-Charte desChur-Fiirstenthums Brandenburg 

von F. P. Fr. Gundling. 

752. Iterum. Amst., bey Covens und Mortier. 

753. Electoratus Brandenburg!, Meklenburgi et maximae 
Partis Pomeraniae novissima Tabula. Nunc apud P. Schenk, 
jun. 

754. Regni Borussiae et Electoratus Brandenburgici 
ceterarumque quae Friderici Reg. Bor. sceptro reguntur nee 
non finitimarum Prov. Delineatio. 

755. General-Carte der gesammten Konigl. Preussischen 
Lander, bei F. D. Schleuen. Berlin. 

756. Regni Prussiae et Prussiae Polonicae. . . . Descriptio 
et Divisio. . . . Auct. F. de Witt. Amstelod. 

757. Regnum Borussiae . . . Geographice cum vicinis 
Regionibus adumbratum. ... a J. B. Homanno. Norim- 
bergae. 

758. Carte Generale des Villes et des Bailliages de la 
Prusse avec une Partie de la Pologne et de la Vistule depuis 
Dantzig jusques k Warsovie. 

759. Lithuaniam Borussicam in qua loca Colonijs Salis- 
burg. ad incolendum Regis nutu concessa chorographice 
exhibentur. Homanniani Heredes (2 if.). Norib., 1735. 

760. Tabulae Principatus Brandenburgico-Culmbacensis 
sive Baruithini, Pars Superior cum adjacent. Regionibus 
exhibita a J. A. Riediger. Ingen. Capit. sculpta k M. 
Seuttero. Aug. Vind. 

761. Pars Inferior. 

762. Berlin. . . . von M. Seutter. Aug. Vind. 

763. Ducatus Pomeraniae Tabula Generalis. . . . Per 
Theod. Danckerts. 

764. Carte Geographique du Duch6 de Pomeranie, et 
Mecklenbourg mise en lumiere par N. Visscher. . . , Nunc 
apud P. Schenk, jun. 

765. Ducatus Pomeraniae novissima Tabula . . . quatenus 
subsunt Coronis Sueciae et Borussiae cum insertis et adjacen- 
tibus Ditionibus. ... a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

766. Nova . . . Principatus Pomeraniae Descriptio. Cum 
adjuncta Principum Genealogia et Principum veris et potio- 
rum Urbium imaginibus et Nobilium insignibus (12 ff.). 

767. Charte des Elbingischen, Gros, und Klein Marien- 
burgischen wie auch des Danziger VVerders, by Petrus 
Schenk. Amsterd. 

768. Plan . . . de Dantzig et ses Environs par M. Ho- 
mann. . . . Amst. par Covens et Mortier. 

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48 2 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



769. Das Belagerte Danzig . . . mit ihren Vorstaedten und 
der Weichselmiinder Schanz, wie solche von 14 Febr. 1734, 
von denen Russen eingeschlossen, von 20 Mart, aber bis zu 
der den 7'" Jul. erfolgten Uebergabe, formlich belagert 
worden. 

770. Plan en Profil der beroemde stadt Dantzig, derselven 
Werders, en omleggende Landen. . . . H. de Leth. Amst. 

771. Prospect, Grundris und Gegend der . . . stadt 
Dantzig und ihrem Werder edirt von J. B. Homann. 
Nurnberg. 

772. Plan van de Stadt Dantzig en van het huis of de 
Schans van Weisselmunde nevens de omleggende Laud- 
streken als mede eene Naaukeurige afbeelding van de 
Belegering deser Stadt en Schaus door de Saxen en Russen 
en van de door hen gemaakte Werken . . . Uytgev. door. 
Petr. Schenk. Amsterd. 

Portfolio XIII., Dultsland, Swaben, Opper en Neder 
Rhyn. 

773. Partie Meridionale de la Souabe, par G. de L'Isle. . . . 
Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

774. Iterum. Paris, 1704. 

775. Partie Septentrionale de la Souabe, par G. de L'Isle. 
Amst., R. et J. Ottens. 

776. Iterum. Paris, 1704. 

777. Totius Alsatise novissima Tabula qua simul Sund- 
govia, Brisigavia, Ortenavia, maxima pars Marchionatus 
Badensis nee non aliae insertse et adj. Regiones exactiss. 
ostenduntur per N. Visscher. Amst. Bat. apud P. Schenk. 

778. Superioris atque Inferioris Alsatiae Tabula . . . 
proximis Regionibus jucunde huic insertis ... ex conatibus 
P. Schenk. 

779. Utriusque Alsatiae nova Tabula. Apud Valk et 
Schenk. 

780. Utriusque Alsatias, Landgraviatus, Ducatus Dupontii 
et Spirensis Episcopatus, nova Tabula qua simul ostenditur 
Pars Merid. Circuli Rhenani Superioris per F. de Witt. 
Amstel., ex off. Covens et Mortier. 

781. Alsatia . . . una cum Sundgovia ... ex subsidiis 
veteribus Speklinianis aeque ac recentioribus delineata. 
Studio Homann. Hered. 

782. Iterum (2 ff.). 

783. Iterum. 

784. Landgraviatus Alsatiae . . . cum utroque Marchionatu 
Badensi ut et tractu Herciniae Silvae ac Ditione quatuor 
Urbium Silvestr. Ed. J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 483 



785. Haute et Basse Alsace, Suntgaw, Brisgaw, Ortenaw, 
et le Marquisat de Bade avec les divers Routes et Passages 
des Montagnes et Forests Noires, pour entrer en Sonabe. 
Par N- de Fer. . . . Paris. 

786. Accurata . . . Landgraviatus Alsatiae Chorographia 
cum Suntgovia, Ortenavia et Brisgavia (3 ff.). Moguntiae, 
per Nicol. Person. 

787. L' Alsace . . . dress6e sur les Mem. les plus nouveaux, 
par le S' Sanson. Paris, chez H. Jaillot. 

788. Territorium Argentoratum. Amstel. apud Schenk et 
Valk. 

789. Le Comt6 de la Mark, Les Seigneuries des Abbajes 
de Werden, d'Essen, et la Ville Imp. de Dortmundt. Par 
Le S' Sanson. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

790. Groot Toneel des Tegenwoordigen Oorlogs in 
verscheiden gewesten van Duitschland, Frankrjk, en de 
Nederlanden, bijzonder langs de Rivieren Rhyn, Moesel, 
en Saar, Maas en Sambre, Schelde, Scarpe, Deule, Lije enz. 

791. Le Cours du Rhyn depuis Worms, jusqu'a Bonne, 
et les Pays adjacens, par G. de L'Isle. 1704. 

792. Accuratissima Rheni Superioris Mosae et Mosellae 
Tabula, ac Minores in eosdem influentes Fluvii, cum 
omnibus adherentibus Regionibus sicut Archiep. et Elector. 
Mogiintini et Palatinatus Rheni, Lotharingias, Helvetiae, 
Alsatiae, Sueviae, et Comit. Burgundiae, etc. Per Theod. 
Danckerum. Amstel. 

793. Inferioris, sicut Germaniae Inferioris, West- 

phalias, Hassiae Archiep. et Elect. Coloniensis, Trevirensis 
cum Partibus Moguntini et Palat. Rheni, etc. Per Th. 
Danckerum. Ibid. 

794. Tabula Geogr. qua Pars Meridionalis . . . Rheni, 
Mosae et Mosellae. . . . Per Nicol. Visscher. Amst. 

795. Rhenus Inferior denuo delineatus Moeno conjunctus 
ad Mare usque Germanicum, a J. B. Nolin, Geogr. Reg. 
Gallico, aeri insculpt. et ed. a G. J. Hauptio. August. 

796. Carte . . . d'une grande Partie des Etats situez sur la 
'Moselle, le Rhein et la Sarre. . . . Par de Fer. 

797. Estats entre la Nied la Sare et le Rhin ou sont la 
Lorraine Allemande, le Duch6 de Deux Ponts, les Comtes 
de Bitsche, de Spanheim et de Linange, Partie du Palatinat 
Merid., I'Entree en Alsace et en Lorraine par les Villes de 
Sarlouis de Hombourg de Landau et leurs Environs. . . . 
Par Henry Sengre Sec" et Geogr. Paris, chez le S' Jaillot. 

798. Partie des Estats des Cercles des quatre Electeurs et 
du Haut Rhin ou sont l'Archevesch6 et Electoral de Treves, 
partie de ceux de Mayence et de Cologne ; les Estats de 
Wetteravie et de Hesse Darmstatt ou sont les Environs des 

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484 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



Villes de Treves, de Montroyal, de Coblens, de Mayence, et 
de Frankfort. Par le meme, chez le meme. 

799. Les Frontieres de Lorraine ou sont Espinal St. Diey 
Luneville Marsal Vic la Basse Alsace divis^e, etc. . . . ou 
sont le grand Balliage d'Hagenau, les Terres d'Hanau, de 
I'Evesch^ de la Ville de Strasbourg et des Nobles les 
Sources des Rivieres de la Seille, etc., les Montagues Noires 
Sep^" rOrtnaw le Grand Marq. de Bade et partie de 
Wirtemberg. Par Henry Sengre. 

800. Les Frontieres de Lorraine et de la Comt6 de 
Bourgogne, la Haute Alsace . . . ou sont le Suntgaw le 
Breisgaw les quatre Villes Forestieres parties des Montagnes 
de Vosges les Estats du Comt6 de Montbeliard, les Mon- 
tagnes Noires Merid. et partie de la Souabe et des Suisses. . . , 
Par le meme, chez le S' Jaillot. 

801. Theatrum Belli ad Rhenum Super, necnon Muni- 
mentorum turn Imper. turn Gallic, ichnographica exhibitio 
accurate tradita per Homann, Heredes. 

802. Carte de quelques Fortresses situ6es au Bord du 
Rhin dans laquelle sont compris les Lignes Imperiales de 
Buhl de Hagenau et de Weissenberg avec la Bataille de 
Hunningue et le derniere Siege de Landau. Par Jeremia 
Wolff. Augsp., 1707. 

803. Iterum. 

804. Theatrum Belli Rhenani . . . Landavio gloriose 
expugnato apertum 10 Sept. Anno MDCCIL A. J. B. 
Homan. Norimbergas. 

804 3. =801. 

805. Fluviorum Rheni Mosas Mosellse Moeni Neccaris 
aliorumque minorum in eosdem se exonerantium et Re- 
gionum circumjac. Descriptio emendata, per F. de Witt. 
Amstel., ex off. Covens et Mortier. 

806. Totius Rheni tractus . . . Fluminumque aliorum 
prgecipue Nicri Mosae et Mosellae in ilium se exonerantium; . 
prout jam novissime delineavit Ger. Valk. Amstelod. 

807. La Partie Occidentale de I'Allemagne avec les Pays 
adjacents le long du Rhein et des Rivieres quy s'y rendent 
(2 ff.). Par J. B. Nolin. Paris, 1690. 

808. S. R. I. Circulus Rhenanus Superior in quo sunt 
Landgraviatus Hasso-Casselensis, Darmstadiensis et Rheno- 
feldensis, Abbatia Fuldensis, Principatus Waldeck et Hirsch- 
feld, Comitatus Nassau-Weilburg, Ufingen, Wisbaden, et 
Idstein Solmensis, Hanoviensis, Isenbergensis Superior, 
Witgenstein Hatzfeld Westerburg et Hachenburg. Urbes 
Imperiales : Franckfurt, Fridburg, Wetzlar et Gelenhausen, 
ex conatibus J. B. Homanni. Norimbergae. 

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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 485 



810. Pars Summa, seu Australis Superioris Rheni Circuli ; 
complectens prseter Lotharingiae Ducatum et Alsatiam 
utramque etiam proprias Palatinatus partes Spirensis, Wor- 
matiensis, Bipontinl, Sponheimensis, Veldensis, Ducat. 
Comit. Episcop. exactius quam olim. . . . per G. Valk. 
Amstel. 

811. Pars altera seu Borealis Circ. Rhenani ... in quo 
primas facit Hassise Lantgraviatus, . . . per Ger. Valk. 

812. Exactissima Palatinatus ad Rhenum Tabula in qua 
Episc. Wormaciensis et Spirensis, Ducatus Bipont. aliaeque 
complures insertae, adj. et finit. regiones . . . conante 
J. B. Homann. Noribergse. 

813. Le Cours du Rhyn au dessus de Strasbourg et les 
Pais adjacens. Par G. de I'lsle. Paris, 1704. 

814. depuis Strasbourg jusqu'a Worms. . . . Par le 

meme. Ibid. 

815. Nassovia Principatus cum omnibus ei pertinentibus 
Comitatibus . . . ut et confiniis intra Lahnum, Rhenum et 
Moenum. ... a J. J. Stetter. . . . Excudit Nic. Visscheri 
vidua. Amstelod. ap. P. Schenk, jun. 

816. Delineatio Geographica generalis comprehendens 
vi Foliis Singulos Principatus . . . quotquot Imperio . . . 
Principis Landgrafii Hasso-Darmstadiensis subsunt, ex 
subsidiis Chr. Pronneri Pictoris Acad. Giess. . . . studio 
Homan. Hered. 1754- 

817. L'Electorat de Mayence, le Bas Palatinat et une 
Partie du Pays de Hesse et de la Riviere du Mein repr6- 
sentant ensemble les Parties du Cercle Occid. de la Fran- 
conie. . . . Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

818. Carte Particuli^re des Pays qui sont situez entre le 
Rhein la Saare la Moselle et la Basse Alsace, etc. Amsterd., 
chez Covens et ]Mortier. 

819. Paitie Orientale du Palatinat et Elect, du Rhein, 
Les Evesch^s de Spire, deWormes et le Comte de Linange. . . . 
Par le S' Sanson. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

820. Archiep. ac Elector. Trevirensis et Eyfalia Tractus . . . 
cum adjac. Regionibus, per Theod. Danckerts. 

821. Partie Orientale du Temporel de I'Archevesch^ et 
Elector, de Treves. . . . Par le S' Sanson. Amst., R. et J. 
Ottens. 

822. Partie Occidentale. 

823. Treveris ad INIosellam . . . Lahore et Sumpt. 
M. Seutteri. Aug. 

824. Partie des Estats des quatre Electeurs et du Haut 
Rhin, ou sont I'Archev. et Elect, de Treves, Partie de ceux 
de INIayence et de Cologne, les Estats de Wetteravie et de 
Hesse Darmstatt ou sont les Environs des Villes de Treves 



486 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



de Montroyal de Coblens de Mayence et de Frankfurt. . . . 
Par Henry Sengre. 

825. Electoratus et Palatin. ad Rhenum, Episcop. Vor- 
maciensis et Spirensis, Ducatuum Bipontini et Simmerae, etc. 
per Theod. Danckerts. Amstelod. 

826. Mosellae Fluminis Tabula specialis in quo Archiep. 
et Elector. Trevirensis . . . ut et Eyafaliae Tractus. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Noribergse. 

827. Archiep. et Elector. Coloniensis ut et Due. Julia- 
censis et Montensis necnon Comit. Meursise. J. B. Ho- 
mann. Noribergse. 

828. Carte Nouv. de I'Archev. et Elector, de Cologne 
avec ses Enclaves dans les Pays circumvoisins. Par le S' 
Sanson (2 ff.), Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

829. Ducatus Juliacensis, Cliviensis et Montensis ut et 
Princip. Meursiani et Comit. Zutphaniensis. . . .Op. etimp. 
M. Seutteri. Aug. 

830. Ducatus Juliaci et Bergensis Tabula Geog. simul 
Ducatum Clivise et Meursise Princip., etc., complectens ex 
prototypo Jaillotiano . . . auctior et emendatior reddita. 
Excud. Homann. Heredibus. 

831. Le Duche de Juliers, I'Abbaye de St. Cornelis 
Munster, la Baronie de Wickrad, et la Ville . . . d'Aix la 
Chapelle. . . . Par le S' Sanson. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

832. Le Ducli6 de Cleve et Pais Circonvoisins. Ibid. 

833. Comitatus Meursensis et annexarum Dinastiarum . . . 
Tabula, a von Henrdt. Ibid. 

834. Argentorati Territorium . . . cum maxima Episcop. 
cognominis ac Occid. Badensis Marchion. parte, etc. Auct. 
Carolo AUard. Ibid. 

835. Strasbourg. . . . M. Seutter. Augsb. 

836. Plan von Straatsburg. . . . Amst., by Hendrik de 
Leth. 

837. S. R. L Principatus Fuldensis cum adj. quibusdam 
Regionibus ... a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

838. Comt6 Inferieur de Catzenelnbogen ... les Herit. 
de Homann. 1745- 

839. Pars Vederovise plurimas Ditiones Princ. et Com. 
Nassovicor. imprimis vero Regionem Schwalbacensem . . . 
exhibens. a J. B. Hohmanno. Noribergse. 

840. Nieuwe en Naukeurige Aftekening van Out en Nieuwt 
Breisach, etc. Amsterd., by R. en J. Ottens. 

841. Le Duch^ de Luxembourg divis6 en quarlier walon, 
et allemand . . . et Environne des Pays situez outre la 
Meuse, la Moselle, la Sarre, et une partie du Rhein (2 ff.). 
Mayence, chez N. Person. Ing. Arch. 

842. Moguntia . . . seri incisa, ... a M. Seutter. Geogr. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 487 



843. Colonia Agrippina. . . . Ant. M. Seuttero. 
844- Plan de Philipsbourg et de ses Environs Assiegez 
par les Troupes de France. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

845. Les Environs et le Siege de Philisbourg pris le 
18 Julii 1734. Les Herit. de Dr. Homann. 

846. Gegend des Neckar Stroms von Lauften bis Wimpfen 
mit den Campements der Teutschen, 1693 u. A. 1734 
ausgefertigt in der Homaenn. Off. 

847. Die Gegenden des Rheins von Speyer biss Mayntz 
nebst der Situation laengst der Bergstrasse zwischen dem 
Rhein und dera Odewaldt, dem Mayn und Necker, 1735. 
Verlag der Homaen Erben. 

848. Ein Theil des Hundsrucks mit den angraenz. 
Maynz- u. Trierischen Laendern in iv Sectionen worinen 
die Marche u. Lager der Kayserl. u. Reichs-Armee des 
Herrn General-Feld-Zeug-M. Grafen von Seckendorf. . . . 
A. 1735 vom jNL Oct. bis zu erfolgten Stillstand angezeiget 
Mit Vorwissen hochged. Ihro Hochgr. Excell. aus Dero 
Cantzley communicirt, u. in Verlag gegeben an die 
Homaenn Erben. 

849. Eigentliche Vorstellung der Schlacht u. Gegend bey 
St. Jacob von Basel da den 26 Aug. 1444. 1200 Eidsgen- 
ossen wider 60000 von Karls vii Konigs in Frankreich Sohne 
Ludwig angefiihrte . . . gestritten, etc. Verlegt von den 
Homann Erben. Niirnberg, 1748. 

850. Abbildung der . . . Frankfurt am Mayn mit ihren 
Gebiet und Granlzen. ... J. B. Homann. Niirnberg. 

851. Iterum. Darch Nic. Visscher in Amsterdam. 

852. Francofurtum ad Moenum . . . per M. Seutter. 

853. Francofurtum ad Moenum. 

854. Manheimium . . . ed. per M. Seutter. Augustae 
Vindel. 

855. Special Kaarte der Gegend von Manheim. Gestochen 
von Saeckler zu Miinchen. 1780. 

ft 856. Carte des Environs de Luxembourg. Amst., chez 

Covens et Mortier. 

857. Carte Particuli^re des Environs de Liege Limbourg 
et Partie de Luxembourg. Ibid. 

Portfolio XIV., De Nederlanden, Special de Seeven 
Provincien. 

858. Tabula Comit. Hollandiae cum ipsius confiniis 
Dominii nimirum Ultraiect. necnon Geldriae et Frisiae . . . 
Curis Homann. Hered. Norib., 1733. 

859. Nova et accur. Comit. Hollandiae descriptio emen- 
data a J. Covens et C. Mortier (5 ff.). Amstelod. 



488 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



860. Noordt Hollandt. Amsterd., by Covens et Mortier. 

861. Hollandiae Comit. . . . una cum Toto Ultraj. Dominio 
necnon maximis partibus Geldriae Ducatus, Frisiae Comit., 
etc., per Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

862. Iteriim (2 ff.). 

863. Comit. Hollandiae Tabula . . . recens emend, a 
Nic. Visscher. Ibid. 

864. Kaerte van Suyt-Hollandts Grootste deel vervatende 
geheel Rynlandt en de Suytkennemerlandt mitsgaders een 
gedeelte van Delflandt, Amstellandt ende bet Sticht van 
Uytrecht . . . door P. vander Aa. 1724. 

865. Rhenolandia, Amstelandia et circumjacentia aliquot 
Territoria, cum Aggeribus omnibus, etc., ed. per N. Visscher. 
apud P. Schenk, jun. 

866. Iterum. 

867. Tabula nova, in qua demonstratur Navigatio ab 
Amstelodami statione per Vada vulgo de Watten Ham- 
burgum usque. Amst., apud Schenk et Valk. 

868. Kaart van Amstellandt met een gedeelte van 't Sticht 
Rhynlandt, en Noordhollandt ; met de Ye Stroom en de 
Banscheidingen van de Steden en Doopen . . . met de 
Situatie van alle de Polders, etc. . . . door N. Visscher. 
Amst., by R. et J. Ottens. 

869. Carte Partic. d'Amstelland, ou les Environs d'Am- 
steldam, Mayden, Weesp, Naarden, etc. Amst., by Covens 
en Mortier. 

870. Plan tres exact de la . . . Ville . . . d' Amsterdam, 
par Henry de Leth (2 flf.). 

871. Accurater Grundris und Prospect der . . . Stadt 
Amsterdam, ed. von J. B. Homanns. Nurnberg. 

872. Nieuwe Platte Grond van 's Gravenhage met de 
Publicque Gebouwen, etc. (3 Copies.) 

873. Ultrajecti ejusdemque Territorii, delineatio Geo- 
metrica. Ex offic. C. Specht. Nunc apud Joac. Ottens. 

874. Tabula nova Provinciae Ultrajectinae quam jussu 
Nob. hujus Dominii Ord. emensus est Bern, du Roy 
Geometra, et in lucem edidit Nic. Visscher. Apud P. Schenk, 
jun. 

875. Delflandia, Schielandia et circumjac. Insulae ut 
Voorna, Overflackea, Goerea, Yselmonda et aliae ex con- 
atibus Geogr, Nic. Visscher. Amst., Bat. apud P. Schenk, 
jun. 

876. Iterum. Auctore Balthazaro Florentino a Bercken- 
rode. Amst., apud Covens et Mortier. 

877. Delfi Batavorum, vernacule Delft. 

878. Nieuwe Kaart van het Eiland Overflakke. • . . 
Amsterd., by Wed. Ottens en Zoone. 



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LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 489 



879. Afbeeldinge van Rhynlands Waterstaat ten Opzigte 
van 't Vergrooten der Haarlemmer of Leydse Meer met de 
byna Gecombineesde en Omleggende Veenplassen, op 
ordre van de Wei Eedele Heeren Dykgraaf en Hoog 
Heemraaden van Rhynland. Door derzelver ordin. Land- 
meeter Melchior Bolstra. 

880. Nieuwe Kaarte van t' Baljuwschap van Kennemer- 
land met de Bannen van Westsaanen, Assendelft, Heem- 
skerk, Wyk aan Duyn, Velsen, Spaarwoude, etc. Door de 
Wed. van Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 
Amstelod. 

881. Harlemum, vulgo Haerlem. F. de Wit excudit. 

882. Lugduni Batavorum, vulgo Leyden sic ultimo 
amplificati Delineatio. F. de Wit. Amstelod, 

883. Kaarte van de Belegeringen der Stadt Leyden, De 
erste is begonnen den 31 Oct. 1573, en verlaten den 
21 Maart 1574. De tweede is begonnen den 26 Mey en 
ontset den 3 Oct. 1574 .. . door loost lansen Bilhamer. 

884. Iterum. 

885. Kennemaria etWestfrisia vulgo . . . Noord-Holland. . . ' 
per Nic. Visscher A. B. 

886. Hollandiae Septentrionalis et Frisiae Occident, ac- 
curatiss. Delineatio. Amstelod. R. et J. Ottens. 

887. Noortholland ende West-Vriesland . . . door . . . mij 
Harman AUertss van Warmenhuijsen en by vemieuwing 
door mij Jo. Le Francy van Berkhey 1778 (2 ff.). 

888. Nieuwe Caert Van Friesland vermeerdert en verbet- 
ert op ordre der Ed. INIo Heeren Gedeputeerde Staeten. . . . 
R. en J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

889. Frisiae Dominium, vernacule Friesland, Verteeld in 
de Hoofd-deelen . . . naar de niewste afmeetingen . . . door 
Fran9ois Halma, te Leeuwarden 1718. 

890. Iterum. Door Petr. Schenk. Amsterd., 1706. 

891. Oost-Frise, ou le Comt^ d'Embden. . . . Par le S' 
Sanson. Amsterd., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

892. Tabula Frisiae Orientalis ; olim Ubbonis Emmii ; 
Deinde Sansonis et Allardi. Ex OflBc. Job. Chr. Homanni, 
M.D. Noribergae, 1730. 

893. Nova Totius Provinciae Groningo-Omlandiae Tabula 
(4 flF.). 

894. Prov. Groningae et Omlandiae Tabula. 

895. Groningae et Omlandiae Dominium . . . cum sub- 
jacent. Territ. Praefect. et Tractibus . . . per Lud. Tjardae k 
Starckenburg, etc. 

896. Zelandiae Comitatus novissima Tabula . . . per Nic. 
J. Visscherum nunc autem emend, et aucta per R. Ottens 
(4 flf.). 



490 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



897. Nieuwe en Oprechte Kaart of Plan der Stadt Bergen- 
op-ten-Zoom, met derselver accuraate Fortificatien, en de 
naast aangelegen Steeden, Dorpen en Forten, etc. ... In 's 
Hage, by Gerard du Mee. 

898. Transisalania, vulgo Over-Yssel; auct. N. ten Have 
emend, a R. et J. Ottens. Amstelod. 

899. Iterum (4 ff.). 

900. Nieuwe Kaart van de Eilanden Zuid en Noord 
Beveland, VVolfersdyk en de Heerlykheden van Vosmaar, 
Tolen, Pooitvliet, Martensdyk, etc, met de Nieuwe bedy- 
kinge als mede van t Marquisaat van Bergen, Amsterd,, by 
de W. Ottens. 

go I. Afbeeldinge van zeker concept tot bedykinge van 
de Haarlemeer, Leydse en andere byleggende Meeren. 
Uitgevonden door Jacob Bartelsz Veeris. . . . Nunc apud 
Petr. Schenk, jun. 

902. Nieuwe Kaart van het Eiland Walcheren. . . . 
Amsterd., by de Wed. Ottens en Zoone. 

903. Platte Grond van de Stadt Middelburgh opgenomen 
ingevolge de Orders van de Edele Heeren Thresorieren 
deser Stadt, door den Ingenieur Abraham Zehender, Anno 
1739. Benevens de Wapens van de Wei Edele Groot 
Achtbare Heeren Baljuwen. . . . Amsterd., by Covens et 
Mortier. 

904. Drentia Comitatus. Transisulanise Tabula ii Auct. 
Cornelio Pynacker J. C. Amstelod., apud Schenk et Valk. 

905. Sluys. Amsterd., by Covens en Mortier. 

906. Nieuwe en Nette Aftekening van de Door Gravinge 
die er Staat te Geschieden beginnende van de Stadt Utrecht 
tot aan Spakenberg in de Zuyder Zee met des zelfs Afba- 
kinge, etc. Amsterd., by de Wed. J. Ottens. ^| 

907. De Stat Dordrecht met de aenpallende Landen . .™ 
door Matth. De Vries. 

908. Seer net gemeete Kaarte van de respective Polders 
Mase en Achterdyken, met der selver Sluysen Wateringen, j 
Weg Slooten, Stegen en Wegen, in den quartiere van Maas- 
land Amst., door N. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

909. Iterum. 

910. Nieuwe Kaarte vertoonende den geheelen Alblasser- 
waardt met de Vyf Heeren Landen . . . door Abel de Vries. . . . 
I. van Braam excudit. 

911. Rotterdam. F. de Wit excudit. 

912. Nieuwe Kaart van Mynden, en de 2 Loosdrechten 
midtsgaders van s' Gravenland, nevens het gerecht van 
Breukelen en Loendersloot, etc. door Nic. Visscher. 
Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 491 



913. Carte particuliere d'une partie de la Hollande, et du 
Brabant Hollandois ou les Environs de Breda Boisleducq ; 
Geertraydenberg, Heusden, Dordrecht, Bommel, etc. Amst., 
par Covens et Mortier. 

914. MS. Aanwijsinge van de Haavens Kaaijen en verdere 
Waterloopen der Stad Vlissingen (A drawing). 1750. 

915. Kaart dienende tot het Project van den Heer M. van 
Barneveld . . . Wegens het maken van een Overlaat, 
tusschen Baardwyk, en Drunen. . . . 1754. 

916. Iterum. 

917. Nieuwe . . . Paskaart van t' Zuyder deel der Noord- 
Zee strekkende van Texel tot de Hoofden Begrypende in zig 
de Zeekusten van Vriesland, Holland, Zeeland Braband en 
Vlaanderen, als mede de Oost kust van Engeland . . . Heer 
Chr. Middaghten. Amst., by Joannes Loots. 

918. Kust van Holland. — Eyland Texel. 

9x9. La Mer du Nord. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

920. Plan van t' Huijs van d'Heer GriflBer Fagel (3 parts). 

921. Nieuwe Paskaart van Oostende tot den Hoek van 
Schouwen en principalyk van den Deur-loo en het Veergat, 
in welke worden aangewezen de Diepten, Droogten, Tonnen 
en Peylingen, in die Gaten. . . . Door den Burgerm' 
Stephanus van der Loeff en den Capitain ter Zee Bonifacius 
Cau. . . . 1774. By Joannes van Keulen en Zoonen. 
Amsterdam. 

922. Nouvelle Description du Duche de Gueldres, 
comprennant aussy Le Comte de Zutphen avecq le Duche 
de Cleves, le Mayerie de Bois-le-Duc, etc. Amsterd., chez 
H. Allardt. 

923. Ducatus Geldrise et Zutphaniae comitatus. Per Nic. 
Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

924. Carte des Provinces unies des Pays bas. . . . Par 
G. De risle. Paris, 1702. 

925. Germanise Inferioris xvii, Provinc. accuratissima 
Tabula, per Nic. Visscher. 

926. Table des xvii. Provinces des Pays-bas, representar. t 
leurs divisions, I'Etendue de leurs Territoires leurs Villes 
comme aussi leurs Gouvernements tant Politiques qu' 
Ecclesiastiques, et quantity d'autres remarques. . . . Amst., 
chez R. et J. Ottens. 

927. Belgium Foederatum. . . . per N. Visscher. 

928. Foederatum Belgium. . . . per J. de la Feuille. 

929. Belgii Pars Septentrionalis . . . vulgo Hollandia 
nuncupata . . . continens Prov. vii foederatas. . . . J. B. Ho- 
mann. Norimbergae. 

930. D'Fortresse der tien Spaansche Provintien of Belgii 
Regii. . . . Amsterd. R. en J. Ottens. 



492 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



931. Comte de Namur. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

932. Plan de Cliarleroy. . . . Ibid. 

933. Plan de la Ville de Charleroy. . . . Par P. le Pautre. . . . 
Paris. 

934. Exactissima Brabantiae et Limburgi Tabula. . . . 
per Eug. H. Fricx. Bruxelles. 

935. Caerte van Brabant . . . Door Matthias van Medtman 
(4 ff.). 

936. Ducatus Brabantiae Nova Tabula ... a J. B. Ho- 
manno. Norimbergae. 

937. Ducatus Brabantiae divisae in Hispanicam et Bata- 
vam . . . per Car. Allard. Amst. Bat. 

938. Brabantiae Ducatus cum adjac. Provinciis. Studio et 
impens. M. Seutteri. Augustae Vindel. 

939. Carte du Brabant . . . Par G. De I'Isle . . . Paris, 1705. 

940. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

941. Tetrarchiae Antverpiensis Pars Meridionalis una cum 
Mechliniensi Dominio . . . per Nic. Visscher, Amst. Bat. 
Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

942. Brabantiae Batavae Pars Occidentalis, sive Antver- 
piensis Tetrarchiae Pars Septentrionalis . . . per N. Visscher. 
Ibid. 

943. Pars Orientalis comprehendens Tetrarchiam sive 

Majoratum Sylvae Ducensem . . . per N. Visscher. Ibid. 

944. Bruxellensis Tetrarchia . . . per N. Visscher. Ibid. 

945. Carte Particuliere des Environs de Bruxelles, avec le 
Bois de Soigne, et d'une partie de la Flandre jusques k 
Gand. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

946. Lovaniensis Tetrarchia una cum Arscotano Ducatu 
. . . per N. Visscher. Apud P. Schenk, jun. 

947. Carte particuliere des Environs de Maestricht, partie 
de Liege Faucquemont, et Pays d'Outre-Meuse. Amst., 
chez Covens et Mortier. 

948. Mechlinia Dominium et Aerschot Ducatus, Auctore 
Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

949. Bruxella. Amst., by Covens en Mortier. 

950. Plan du Passage des Lignes de Brabant, Forceps le 
18 Juillet 1705, par les Armees des Allieez . . . Dessin6 sur 
les lieux par M. d'lvory Collonel et Quar* Maif Gen' des 
Armies des Eta' Gen., etc. Relation de I'Attaque. 

951. Carte du Comt6 de Flandre. ... Par G. de ITsle, 
Paris, 1704. 

952. Iterum. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

953. Comitatus Flandriae Descriptio. . . . Correcta nunc 
impensis Jeremiae Wolfii. August. Vindel. 

954. Comitatus Flandriae . . . cum adjacentibus, . . . 
sumtibus J. B. Homanni. Noribergae. 



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955. Le Comt6 de Flandre, divis6 en ses Chastellenies, 
Balliages, le Franc de Bruges, et le Pays de Waes, etc. Par 
H. Jaillot. Paris, 1694. 

956. Flandriae Comitatus . . . una cum adjacentibus . . . 
per N. Visscher, Amst. Bat. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

957. Flandriae Comitatus pars Occidentalis in Terram 
Francam et ejusd. subjac. officia accur. divisa per N. 
Visscher, Amst. Bat. Ibid. 

958. Pars Septentrionalis comprehendens Francona- 

tum Brugensem et ejusd. subj. Territoria ; per N. Visscher. 
Ibid. 

959. Pars Media, comprehendens Castellaniam, 

Yprensem, Cortracensem, Aldenardensem ; per N. Visscher. 
Ibid. 

960. Pars Australis, in Castellaniam insulanam, Ballio- 

ratum Duacensem, Territorium Tornacensem, etc. . . . divisa 
per N. Visscher, Ibid. 

961. 't Meerderdeel van 't Oostvr}-e in Vlaenderen 
vertonende d'oprechte gelegenthyd der Landen, Fortressen 
Schansen ende de nieuw bedijckte Polders. Amst., by de 
Wed. Ottens en Zoone. 

962. Plan de la Ville D'Ostende avec ses environs et le 
Campement des Troupes des Allies qui ont fait I'Attaque 
sous le Comm. de . . . M' d'Auverquerc . . . Bruxelles, chez 
E. H. Fricx, 1607. 

963. Plan van de Gelegenhyd der Stad Ostende . . . door 
Covens en Mortier, Amsterd. 

964. Plan d'Ostende et du Fort Philippe. Paris, chez le 
S' de Rouge Ing. 

965. Nouveau Plan de la Ville d'Ostende. Amst., chez 
R. et J. Ottens. 

966. Iterum. 

967. Carte particuli^re des Environs de Bruges, Ostende, 
Damme, I'Ecluse et autres. Chez Covens et Mortier, 
Amsterd. 

968. Carte particuliere des Environs de Tournay . . . 
Paris, chez le S' Baillieu. 1709. 

969. Plan d'Oudenarde . . . Amst., chez Covens et 
Mortier. 

970. Plan de la Ville D'Ipres. Par M' de Beaulieu. Ibid. 

971. Plan de Menin, Fortresse de Flandre. Ibid. 

972. MS. Furnes, Ville Forte de la Flandres Autrichieune 
(A drawing). 

973. Carte du Comt6 de Namur, tir^e des Cartes de M' 
Friexe, et publ. par les Herit. de Homann. Norimb., 1746. 

974. Le Comte de Namur, Dress6 sur les Memoires les 
plus nouveaux par F. de Wit. Ex Offic. R. et J. Ottens. 



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975. Comitatus Namurci emendata Delineatio . . . per 
Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud P. Schenke, jun. 

976. Plan de la Ville et du Chateau de Namur dans I'^tat 
qu'etait cette Place, lors qu'elle fut assiegee et reprise en 
1695, par les Armees des Alliez . . . Par M"^ de Strackwitz, 
Major de TArtillerie. . . . Par les soins de Nic. Visscher 
Amsteldam (6 ff.). 

977. MS. Plan de la Ville et du Chateau de Namur. (A 
drawing.) 

978. La Ville de Namur avec son Chateau et autres 
Fortifications. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

979. Plan et Profil de la Ville et du Chateau de Namur 
pris par le Roy Louis le Grand le 30 Juin 1692. Par P. Le 
Pautre (2 copies). 

980. Luxemburgensis Ducatus . . . per Nic. Visscher, 
Amst. Bat. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

981. Ducatus Luxemburg! ... a J. B. Homann. Norim- 
bergge. 

982. Carte Nouvelle du Duch6 de Luxembourg, par R, et 
J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

983. Plan de Luxembourg et de ses nouvelles Fortifi- 
cations, et de ses Environs. Amst., by Covens en Mortier. 

984. Carte des Environs de Luxembourg. Amst., chez 
Mortier. 

985. Nouveau Plan de la Ville de Luxembourg avec 
tous les Ouvrages que le General de Bouffe y a fait faire 
depuis I'ann^e 1724. A la Haye, chez J. M. Husson. 

1743- ^ ^ 

986. Plan de la Ville et Forteresse de Luxembourg, avec 
la nouvelle Fortification, mis au jour par les Herit. de 
Homann. 

987. Carte des Comit6z de Hainaut, de Namur, et de 
Cambresis. Par G. De I'lsle. 

988. Tractus inter Sabim et Mosam, comprehendens 
Meridionales partes Leodiensis Episcopatus et Namurcensis 
Comitatus, cum Condrusii tractu et aliis Region, adjac. per 
Nic. Visscher, Amst. Bat. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

989. Leodiensis Episcopatus . . . per Nic. Visscher, Amst. 
Bat. 

990. Leodiensis Episcopatus pars Media, comprehendens 
Hasbaniae Comit., Franchimontis Marchion., Stabulensem 
Principatum et Condrusium. Per Nic. Visscher. . . . Nunc 
apud P. Schenk, jun. 

991. Pars Septentrionalis, compr. Comit. Lossenseni, 

et Hornanum. Per eund. Ibid. 

992. Carte de la Principaut6 de Liege et de ses Environs 
tir6e des observations faites sur les lieux par le R. P. 



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LIBRA RF OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 495 



Nicolas le Clerc, avec un Plan de la Ville de Liege, levd 
par le R. P. Christophe Maire. Par P. Maire. 

993. Iterum (4 ff.). 

994. Legia sive Leodium, vulgo Liege. Amst., chez 
Covens et Mortier. 

995. Limburgi Ducatus et Comitatus Valckenburgi Nova 
Descriptio per N. Visscher. 

996. Le Limbourg, ou sont le Duch6 de Limbourg, le 
Comte de Dolem ; les Seigneuries de Fauquemont et de 
Rolduc. . . . Par le S' Sanson. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

997. Traiectum a Mosam, vulgo Maestricht. Ex Offic. 
Covens et Mortier. 

998. Mons en Hainaut Bergen in Henegouwen. Ibid. 

999. Ducatus Geldriae nova Tabula in Tetrarchias Novio- 
magi, Arnhemii, Ruremondae, in Zutphanise Comit. distincta 
... a Joachim Ottens, Amstelod. 

1000. Tetrarchia Ducatus Geldriae Neomagensis, per F. 
de Wit. Amst., apud Covens et Mortier. 

1 00 1. Comitatus Zutphanise sive Geldriae Tetrarchia 
Zutphanensis Isalaeque Fluvii, correctissima Descriptio . . . 
per F. de Wit. Amstelod., apud Covens et Mortier. 

1002. Ducatus Geldriae Tetrarchia Arnhemiensis sive 
Velavia, Amst. Ibid. 

1003. Tetrarchia Ducatus Geldriae Ruremondana sive 
Hispanica per F. de Wit. Ibid. 

1004. Gueldre Espagnole, ou Quartier de Ruremonde 
. . . avec ses Enclaves dans les Pays circomvoisius. Par le 
S' Sanson. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

1005. Plan van de Batailje der Holland en Franse 
Arm6e voorgevallen tussen Muijsebroeck Wilmerdonck en 
Orderen op den 30 Junii . . . 1703. Dessin^e sur le lieux 
{sic) par Mons Yvoy, Catier Maist. Generael et. et. A la 
Haye, chez P. Husson. 

1006. Plan der Allierten Arm^e wie solche den 
30*'" April, A° 1747, von Bearle Zwischen opden Luck 
und West Alten in das Lager eingeruckt ist ... von Matth. 
Seutter, Kayserl. Geogr. in Augspurg. 

1007. Plan de 1' Action de Fontenoij entre I'Arm^e Alliee 
et celle de France . . . le 11 May 1745. 

1008. Plan van de Citadelle van Doornijk met de Attaque 
der Fransche Arm6e, 1745. 

1009. Plan vant Fort de Kenocke. 

1010. Plan de I'Action pres de Liege entre I'Aile gauche 
de I'Arm^e Alliee et I'Aile droite de I'Arm^e de France le 
11"* October 1746. 

loii. MS. [Plan of a Battle near Ath and Grammond. 
A drawing.] 



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I0I2. MS. [Plan of a Battle near Brussels. A drawing.] 
T013. MS. [Three plans of Houses.] 

1 014. Staat der Scheepen, Fregatten en Ligte Vaartuigen 
onder het Ressort van 't Collegie der Admiraliteit op de 
Maaze, opgemaakt den i''^ November 1788. 

1015. EinOrlog — oder grosses Kriegs — Schiffnach seinen 
Vornehmsten Theilen und Zugehorungen von aussen und 
von innen abgezeichnet durch Matth. Seutter . . . Augspurg. 



Portfolio XV., Engeland, Schottland en lerland. 

1016. Magna Britannia . . . repraesentante Jo. B. Homann. 
Norimbergse. 

1017. Les Isles Britanniques ou sont le R"* d'Angleterre 
tir^ de Sped, celuy d'Ecosse tir6 de Th. Pont etc. et celuy 
d'Irlande tir6 de Petti. Le tout rectifi6 par diverses obser- 
vations par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1702. 

1018. La Grande Bretagne pour I'Histoire des Empereurs 
Romains de M' Crevier. Par le S' d'Anville Mars 1750. 

10 1 9. Magnse Britanniae pars Meridionalis in qua Regnum 
Anglias tarn in septem antiqua Anglo Saxonum Regna quam 
in omnes Hodiernas Regiones accurate divisum . . . ab 
archetypio Vischeriano . . . exhibet J. B. Homann. 
Noribergae. 

1020. Regni Angliae Nova Tabula, Exhibens Principatum 
Walliae . . . una cum itineribus ab una in aliam civitatem. 
Amstelod., apud R. et J. Ottens. 

1 02 1. A New Mapp of the Kingdom of England, shewing 
its Antient and Present Government, being divided as in 
the Saxon Heptarchy, also into Dioceses, Judges Circuits, 
and Countyes, etc., according to Mr. Ogilby's Survey 
(13 sheets). 

1022. The Travellers Guide; Being a New and Correct 
Map of South Britain. London, 1723. 

1023. England and Wales ... By Herman Moll Geogr. 
1710. 

1024. Carte particulidre des Costes Meridionales d' 
Angletisrre qui comprend I'Isle de Wicht, et le Havre de 
Portsmouth avec les autres Isles, Bancs et Costes qui sont 
entre le Havre de Chichester et celuy de la Pole. Lev^e 
et Grav6 par Ordre du Roy. 

1025. A New and Correct Map of Twenty Miles round 
London. 

1026. A New Map containing the Towns, Gentlemen's 
Houses, Villages, and other Remarks, round London. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 497 



1027. Les Environs de Londres ou se trouve toutte les 
Villes, Villages, Maisons, Chemins, Rivieres d Vinct Milles 
autour de Londres. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1028. A new and exact Plan of the City of London and 
Suburbs thereof, with the addition of the New Buildings, 
etc., to this present year, 1724. By Henry Overton. 

1029. Plan de la Ville de Londres, Westminster et 
Southwark. 

1030. Midlesex actually surveyd andDeliniated(j/<r)byJohn 
Seller, Hydrogr. London, 1733. 

1031. A large and accurate Map of the city of London 

Actually Surveyed and Delineated by John Ogilby, Esq., 
His Majesties Cosmographer (20 sheets). 

1032. A Map of the Country Twenty Miles round Oxford. 

1033. The City of Bristol. Jacobus Millerd de Bristol!, 
delin. et sculpsit. By J. Overton, Lond. 

1034- A new Map of the County of Northumberland. . . . 
By John Warburton (2 sheets). 

The Arms of such Persons as have borne the Titles of 
Dukes and Earls of Northumberland ; also of such Persons 
as enjoy lands within the county, and of such persons as 
have been encouragers of the work (5 sheets). 

1035. A New and Correct Mapp of Middlesex, Essex, 
and Hertfordshire, with the Roads, Rivers, Sea Coasts, etc., 
actually surveyed by J. Warburton, J. Bland, and P. Smith ; 
also the Arms of Gentlemen of these Counties (6 sheets). 

1036. Exactissima Regni Scotiae Tabula . . . per Nic. 
Visscher. . . . Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

1037. A Map of the North Coast of Britain from Row 
Stoir, of Assynt, to Wick in Caithness. By a Geometrical 
Survey. With the Harbours, Rocks, and an Account of the 
Tides in the Pentland Firth, done at the desire of the 
Philosophical Society at Edinburgh. 

A true and exact Hydrographical description of the sea 
coast and Isles of Scotland, made in a voyage round the 
same, by . . . James the 5th. Publ. at Paris by Nicolay 
D'aulphinois . . . 1583, and at Edinburgh by J. Adair, 1688. 

Holy Island. Faim-Islands, with the many Rocks and 
Hazards that ly scattered in that sea. And the coast from 
Sunderland point in England to St. Abb's head in Scotland. 
Sur\-eyed and Navigated by Jo. Adair, Geographer for 
Scotland. 

The Firth of Forth from the Entry to the Queensferry, 
with all the Islands, Rocks, Sands, etc., surveyed by John 
Adair. 

The Firth and River of Tay with all the Rocks ... by 
John Adair. 

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The Towne and Water of INIontross, with the neighbour- 
ing Country and Coast from the Red-head to the North- 
water. Surveyed and Navigated by John Adair, 1693. 

The Coast of Scotland from the Red-head to Aberdeen. 
Surveyed by John Adair. 

1038. Magnae Britanniae Pars Septentrionalis qua Regnum 
Scotige ... ex archetypo Vischeriano desumpta exhibetur 
imitatore J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

1039. Regnum Scotiae. . . . Per Ger. et Leon. Valk. 

1040. A new Map of Ireland ... by Herman Moll Geogr. 

1 041. Hiberniae Regnum . . . noviter delineatum per 
Guilielmum Petty et in lucem editum per Nic. Visscher, 
Amst. Bat. Nunc apud P. Schenk, jun. 

1042. Novissima et accuratissima Regni et Insulae 
Hiberniae Delineatio . . . per Petr. Schenk. Amstelod. 

1043. Hiberniae Regnum ... ex prototypo Guil-Petty- 
Vischeriano deducta et exhibita a J. B. Homanno. Nori- 
bergae. 

Portfolio XVI., Sweeden, Denemarken, Muscovlen. 

1044. Carte des Courones du Nord. Dedi^e au . . . 
Prince Charles xii Roy de Suede, etc. Par G. De I'lsle . . . 
(2 sheets). Paris. 

1045. Regni Sueciae . . . Tabula Generalis ed. a J. B. Ho- 
manno. Noribergae. 

1046. Suecicae Lapponicae et Norvegicae Nova Tabula 
multis Locis aucta . . . et correcta per F. de Wit. Amste- 
lodami. 

1047. Nordlandiae sive Regni Sueciae Propriae Pars Sep- 
tentrionalis, in qua sunt Gestricia, Helsingia, lemptia, 
Angermannia et Medelpardia. Auct. F. de Wit. Amstel., 
ex offic. Covens et Mortier. 

1048. Sueonia sive Regni Sueciae Propriae Pars Meridio- 
nalis . . . per F. de Witt. Ibid. 

1049. Ducatus Uplandiae cum Westmanniag Suderman- 
niaeque finitimis correcta Descriptio edita per F. de Witt. 
Ibid. 

1050. Dalecarliae et Westmannias nova et accurata de- 
scriptio. Amstelodami . . . apud P. Schenk et G. Valk. 

1051. Charta Ofwer Wastmanland och Fierdhundra . . • 
Utgefwen af Kong : Landtmaterj Contoiret. 

1052. Charta Ofver Sodermanland. . . . Idem. 

1053. Charta Ofwer Upland och Soder Torn. . . . Idem. 

1054. Accurate Charte der Uplandischen Scheren mit der 
Situation und Gegend umb. . . . Stockholm. J. B. Ho- 
mann. Nurnberg. 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DLBLIN. 499 



1055. Charta Ofwer Stockholm med des Maimar och For 
Stader. 1751- 

1056. Accurater Grundriss und Prospect der . . . Haupt- 
stadt Stockholm, mit aller herumligenden Gegend und 
annehmlicher situation . . . edirt von J. B. Homann. 
Nurnberg. 

1057. Regni Gothiae Tabula Generalis in qua sunt Ostro 
et Westrogothia, Smalandia, etc. F. de Witt. Amstelod. 

1058. Nova Tabula Scaniae quae est Gothia Australis 
Provincias Scaniam, Hallandiam et Blekingiam complectens 
accurate exhibita i J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

1059. Iterum. Auctore F. de Witt. Amstel. Ex oflBc. 
Covens et Mortier. 

1060. Tractus Norvegiae Suecicus Praefecturam Bahusiae 
finitimaeque Daliae Provinciae Partem sistens ... a J. B. 
Homanno. Noribergae. 

1 06 1. Regni Norvegiae Nova Tabula in Quinque Pro- 
jecturos . . . accurate divisa . . . per F. de Witt. Amstelo- 
dami. 

1062. Det Sydlige Norge ester Kongelig AUemaadigst 
Befalning ved Hielp uf gode Geogr. Korter og Mathe- 
matiske Observat. sammendraget og aflagt under Bestijrelse 
af Hr. Conference-Raad J, Erichsen, ved Aar 1785. C. J. 
PontoppidaB. 

1063. Charta Ofwer Skane . . . Utgifwen af Kongl. 
Landtmaterj Contoiret. 

1064.. Charta Ofwer Nerike. Idem. 

1065. Kort over Moen Falster og Laaland under det 
Kongl. Viidenskabernes Societets Direction ved rigtig 
Landmaaling optaget, og ved trigonom. sam astronom. 
Operationer provet. Tegnet af Aar 1776. H. Skanke. 

1066. Kort over den nordlige Deel af Fyen med tilgraend- 
sende Kyster af lylland og Schleswig under det K. V. S. 
Direction, etc. Tegnet af C. Wessel. Aar 1780. 

1067. Kort over den Sydlige Deel af Fyen tilligemed det 
tilgraendsende Stykke af Hertugdommet Schleswig. . . . 
under det K. V. S. Direction. H. Skauke, 1783. 

1068. Den Syd-vestlige Fierdedeel af Siaelland under det 
K. V. S. Direction. . . . C Wessel, 1772. 

1069. Den Syd-(|)stlige Fierdedeel af Siaelland. . . . Id, 
1770. 

1070. Den Nord-vestlige Fierdedeel. . . . Id. 1771. 

107 1. Den Nord-([)stlige Fierdedeel. . . . Id. 1768. 

1072. Nieuwe Afteekening van het Eyland Rugen en de 
Straalsond als mede de Stad Straalsond en 't Nieuwe diep 
met alle desselfs Gelegentheden int Groot. Amsterd., by 
Gerard van Keulen. 

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1073. Iterum. 

1074. Prospect, Grundris und Gegent derKonigl. Schwed. 
Vestung Stralsund wie solche den 15 Julij a° 1715, von den 
Nordischen Hohen Allijrten istbelagert worden. von Herrn 
Daniel Heer . . . und von J. B. Homann, Nurnberg. 

1075. Plan der Belagerung von Fridrichshall angefangen 
von Carl dem XII. . . > d. 1 1 Nov. aufgehoben d. 12 Dec. 
171 8. Ibid. 

1076. Carte du Royaume de Danemarc. Par G. De I'Isle. 
Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1077. Insulae Danicae in Mari Balthico sitae . . . secun- 
dum Geographiam novissimam Job. Hiibneri I. V. L. a J. 
B. Homanno. 

1078. Nieuwe Afteekening van de Sond int Groot. 
Amsterd., by Gerard van Keulen. 

1079. Regni Daniae in quo sunt Ducatus Holsatia et 
Slesvicum Insulae Danicae Provinciae lutia, Scania, Blekingia 
. . . aucta sec. Geogr. nov. Job. Hiibneri. a J. B. Homanno. 
Noribergae. 

1080. Tabula Generalis Holsatiae complectens Holsatiae, 
Dithmarsiae, Stormariae, et Vagriae Ducatus. Id. Ibid. 

1 08 1. Tab. Gener. Holsatiae in qua sunt Ducatus Holsatiae, 
Dithmarsiae, Stormariae, Wagriae, Comitatus Pinnenbergensis 
et Episcop. Lubecensis, per Theodorum Danckerts. Am- 
stelodami. 

1082. Holsatiae Ducatus . . . cum adjacentibus, per Nic. 
Visser. Amst. Bat. 

1083. Slesvicensis Ducatus . . . per Nic. Visser. Nunc 
apud P. Schenk, jun. Id. Ibid. 

1084. Tractus Norwegiae Danicus, magnam Dioeceseos 
Aggerhusiensis partem sistens, editus a J. B. Homanni 
f. Noribergag, 1729. 

1085. lutiae Tabula in qua sunt Dioeceses Albergensis, 
Wiburgensis Ripensis et Arpusiensis . . . per F. de Wit. 
Amst., Ex Oflf. P. Mortier. 

1086. Iterum. Novissime edita a J. B. Homanno, 
Noribergae. 

1087. Nieuwe Groote Verbeeterde Paskaart vant Schager 
Rack ende Belt met der selver Eylander daer onder 

■ begreepen als mede met der selver Landt vertooninge 
aen de kusten en op de Eylanden . . . Door . . . Heer 
Christ. Middaghten. 

1088. Accurate Vorstellung der . . . Meer-Enge zwischen 
der Nord und Ost See der Synd genant mit der herum- 
liegenden Gegend von Seeland und Schonen, nebst . . . 
Copenhagen so wohl in Grund als Prospect zu sehen. 
J. B. Homann, Nurnberg. 



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1089. Naaukeurige Aftekening van . . . Koppenhagen, 
met de Aftekening van de Swaren Brand op den 20 October 
en volg. Dagen a° 1728. R. en J. Ottens, Amst. 

1090. Het Eyland Ysland in 't Groot. Amst., G. van 
Keulen. 

1 09 1. Sereniss. Ducis Holsato-Gottorpiensis Sedes . . . 
Kilonium una cum ejus Portu ichno— et scenographice 
accurate delineatum. In Offic. Homanniana. 

1092. De Oost Finsche Golf. 

1093. Saltholm und Drako mit den zeichen aus der see — 
Helsingburg, — Kopenhagen, — Die Insul Ween, — Malmoo 
Malmuyen oder Eleebogen. Amst., J. Ottens. 

1094. Nieuwe en seer Curieuze Paskaart van de Gehele 
Oost Zee met alle zyn Baye Havens Dieptens Droogten en 
Ankergronde . . . Amsterd., by J. Hasebrock. 

1095. Nieuwe . . . Paskaart van de Noord-Zee streckende 
van Texel tot de Hoofden mitzgaders de Engelsche en 
Schotse Kust tot Hitland als mede de Gust van Xoorwegen 
van ter Neus tot Dronthem. Amst., by Hendrik Dorcker. 

1096. Nieuwe . . . Paskaart vant Noorder deel van Europa 
strekkende van Bergen tot Nova Zembla als mede de 
Eylande van Spitsbergen, Ysland, Jan Mayen en Beeren 
Eyland, Vorders de Eylande van Fero en Hitland 00k mede 
d Rivier van Archangel int Groot . . . Heer Christ. 
Middagten. Amst., by J. Hasebroek. 

1097. Seer Curieuse Caart, of ware en pertinente afbeel- 
dinge van t' Eyland Ritzard ; waer inne neuens een correcte 
aenwysinge der dieptens, droogtens werd verthoond de 
Rang en linie van battallie der Russe en Sweedse vlooten 
soo als de laeste onder 't beleyd van den Admiraal Anker- 
stierna ... in den Jare 1705. Amst., H. Donker. 

1098. Nova Tabula Imperii Russici ex omnium accura- 
tissimis . . . imprimis . . . Nic. Witzen delineationibus 
conflata, quam ipsa locorum lustratione edoctus multum 
emendavit Everardus Ysbrants Ides. F. Halma ex. 

1099. Imperii Russici et Tartariae Universas . . . Tabula 
... ex recentiss. et probatiss. monumentis et relationibus . . . 
opera Joh. Matth. Hasii Math. P. P. . . . Impensis Homann. 
Hered. Norib. 1739. 

1 100. Imperii Russici Tabula Generalis . . . Opera et 
Studio Joannis Kyrilow Supremi Senatus Imp. Russ. Pr. Sec. 
Petrop. 1734. 

1 10 1. Les Etats du Czar ... en Europe et en Asie, avec 
les Routes qu'on tient ordinairement de ]\Ioscow a Pekin. 
Dress6 sur les Mem. de N. Witzen et autres par N. de Fer. 

1102. Carte de INIoscovie. Par G. De ITsle ... (2 ff.). 
Amst., Covens et Mortier. 



502 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, FTC. 



1 103. Iterum. Amst. ... P. Mortier. 

1 104. Iterum (2 flF.). Paris, 1706. 

1 105. Plan de la Ville, de la Forteresse, et des Faubourgs 
de St. Petersbourg-. Avec tous les changemens project^s 
par ordre de S. M. I'Imperatrice de Russie Catherine II., 
1766. Dessin^e en 1770. Par P. A. de St. Hilaire, Cap* 
Ing\ 

11 06. Nova . . . Urbis St. Petersburg . . . ac regionis 
circumjacentis delineatio a Reinero Ottens. Amst., by de 
Wed. J. Ottens (3 copies). 

1 107. Topographia . . . Petropolis, anno 1744, designata, 
jam publici juris facta per Seutter. 

1 108. L'Hermitage de I'Isle Kamennoi Ostrow . . . appar- 
tenante k son Excellence Mad" la Comtesse de Bestouchef 
Rumin . . . 

1 109. Magni Ducatus Finlandias . . . sinus item Bothnici 
ac Finnici . . . delineatio calamo et sumt. M. Seutteri . . . 
Aug. Vind. 

1 110. Nova et accuratiss. Tabula Regionum ad Sinum 
Finnicum . . . ab Henrico de Leth. Amstelaedami. 

11 11. Nova Tabula Magni Ducatus Finlandias . . . aucta 
et correcta per F. de Witt. Amstelod., ex off. Covens et 
Mortier. 

1 1 12. Sinus Finnicus. Delineatio Geographica ex quam 
plurimis subsidiis novissimis stereographice tradita per D. 
Tobiam Maijerum . . . Homan. Hered. Norib. 1751. 

1 1 13. Accurata Delineatio Sinus Finnici Cronstadio 
Petropolim usque una cum locis amoenis in litore ejus 
extructis, ad exemplar Petropol. calamo expressit M. 
Seutter . . . Aug. Vind. 

1 1 14. Iterum. 

1 115. Plan des Forteresses les plus celebres situ^es dans 
la Finnland, Tir6 des Mem. les plus authentiques des 
Russiens et des Suedois. Les Herit. de Homann. 1750. 

1 1 16. Plan du Chateau de Kronslot dans le Golf de 
Finnland. Id. (With Kexholm, Wiborg, Narva, Wilman- 
strand, Frederichshamn, and Revel). 

1 1 17. Magnus Ducatus Finlandise. 

11 18. Conspectus recens et ace. magnae partis Lacus 
Ladogse et Sinus Finnici cum interjac. et adjac. region, ad 
exemplar Petropol. in aes incidit M. Seutter. Aug. Vind. 

1 1 19. Lacus Ladoga et Sinus Finnicus . . . 

1120. Fluvius Newa . . . recens delineatus ; jam vero ad 
exemplar Petrop. aeri incisus a M. Seutter. Aug. Vind. 

1 121. Iterum. 

1 122. Fluvius Newa . . . 



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1 123. Canalis Ladogensis nova delineatio sec. exemplar 
Petrop. . . . Idem. 

1 1 24. Iterum. 

1125. Canalis Ladogensis. 

1 1 26. Verus Chersonesi Tauricae sen Crimese Conspectus, 
adjac. item Regionum Itinerisque ab exercitu Rutheno 
a° 1736 et 1737 adv. Tattaros ... ex autographis Caroli 
Frauendorff Centurionis in A. So. P. Apud J. Block, Hag. 
Com. 

1 127. Itemm. 

1 1 28. Iterum. R. et J. Ottens, Amstel. 

1129. Ingria et Carelia. 

1 130. Pars Russiae Magnae, Pontus Euxinus . . . etTartaria 
Minor cum finitimisBulgariae, Romaniae, et NataliaeProvinciis 
... a J. B. Homanno, Noribergae. 

1 131. MS. Mappa Geogr. et Hydrogr. Ponti Euxini a" 
Hegirae 11 37, id est a" Christi 1725 Constantinopoli im- 
pressa et postea Petropoli translata (a Drawing). 

1 132. Seconde Partie de la Crim^e, la Mer Noire, etc., 
rectifiees par diverses obs. faites par G. De I'lsle. Amst., 
Covens et Mortier. 

1133. Carte de la petite Tartarie. Dress^e par ordre de 
rimperatrice de toutes les Russies. Amst., chez P. Schenk 
et H. de Leth. 

1 134. Carte de Tartarie . . . par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1706. 

1 135. Theatre de la Guerre dans la Petite Tartarie, la 
Crimee, etc. Par G. De I'Isle. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1 1 36. Theatre de la Guerre . . . ou Ton a la Petite 
Tartarie, I'Ukraine, la Crimee et le Pais des Cosaques, etc. 
Par R. et J. Ottens, Amsterd. 

J 137. Theatrum Belli a° 1737 a milite Aug. Russorum 
Imperatricis adv. Turcas Tattarosque gesti. Ex autographis 
in Acad. Scient. Petrop. 

1 1 38. Iterum. R. et J. Ottens, Amstel. 

1 1 39. Iterum. Apud J. Block Hagae Comitum. 

1 140. Carte du Theatre de la Guerre pr^sente entre les 
Russes, les Polonois, et les Turcs. Projettee et assujettie 
aux Obs. Celestes par M. Bonne Prof, de Math. Paris. 

1141. Theatrum Belli, etc. . . . manu et impensis M. 
Seutteri . . . Aug. Vind. 

1 142. Charte der Kriegs Operationen am Donn und 
Dnieper, a° 1736. Bey der Keyserl. Acad, der Wissensch. 
in St. Petersburg. 

1 143. Nieuwe zeer Accurate. . . . Caart van de Rivier den 
Don af Tanais, met aanwijzinge van alle des selfs Dieptens, 
Droogtens, etc., afgemeeten in 't Jaar 1699 ... (2 sheets). 
Amst., R. et J. Ottens. 



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1 144. Charte derer von der Russisch-Keyser: Armee in 
Jahr 1736, zwischen und an dem Dnieper und Donn. . . . 
Kriegs Operationen. 

1145. Tabula geographica Gubernii Wiburgensis . . . 
Componente Schmidio Acad. Sci. Petrop. adj. 

1 146. Abriss der . . . den 13 July 1704, eroberte Festung 
Dorpat. . . . 

1 147. MS. Kaarte van de Grens-scheidinge tusschen de 
Sweedse en Russe Ryken volgens 't Traktaat den 30 Maart 
1723 . . . in Wijburg gemaakt. . . . door Abraham Maas tot 
Sint Petersburg (a Drawing). 

1 148. Ukrainse Pars quae PodoliaPalatinatus vulgo dicitur. 
Per Guil. le Vasseur de Beauplan S. R. M"^ Poloniae 
Architectum Militarem, etc. Amst., apud Covens etMortier. 

1 149. Nieuwe afteekening van het Eyland Spits-Bergen 
opgegeven door de Commandeurs Giles en Outger Rep. . . . 
Gerard von Keulen. . . . 

1150. Pascaerte van Groenland, Ysland, Straet Davids en 
Jan Mayen eyland ; Hoemen de Selvige van Hitland en de 
Noord Kustea van Schotlandt en Yrlandt bezeylen mach. 
Amst., by Job. van Loon ... en Joh. Janssonius. 

Portfolio XVII., Polen, Hungarien, Turkljen, en 
Europa. 

1 151. Regni Poloniae Magni Ducatus Lituaniae, Provin- 
ciarum Foedere Vasallagio illis junctarum et Regionum 
vicinarum, Nova Mappa Geographica, a Jo. Jac. Kanter 
Bibliopola (16 sheets). Regiomonti, 1770. 

1 152. Reipublicae et Status Generalis Poloniae nova 
Tabula. . . Amstelod., apud Joach. Ottens. 

1 153. La Pologne, Dress^e sur ce qu'en ont donn6 
Starovolsk, Beauplan, Hartnoch, et autres. Rectifi6e par les 
Observ. d'Hevelius, etc. Par G. De I'lsle. Paris. 

1 154. Regni Poloniae Magnique Ducatus Lithuaniae nova 
et exacta Tabula ad mentem Starovolcii. ... a J. B. Ho- 
manno. Norimbergae. 

1155. Magni Ducatus Lithuaniae Tabula . . . per F. de 
Witt. Amstelod., ex. off. P. Mortier. 

1 156. Palatinatus Posnaniensis . . . nova delineatio per 
G. F. M. Amst., exc. P. Mortier. 

1157. Carte de la Hongrie et des Pays qui en dependaient 
autrefois. . . . Par G. De ITsle. Paris, 1703. 

1 158. Iterum. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1 159. Nova et accur. Tabula Regnorum Sup. et Inf. 
Hungariae it : Sclavoniag, Bosnias, Serviae, Albanise, Bess- 
arabiae, ut et Princip. Transylvaniae, Moldaviae, Walachiae, 



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Bulgarise, et Romanise, etc. . . . a I. L. K. I. L. Gabriel 
Bodenehr sc. et exc. Aug. Vind. 

1 160. Noviss. et accuratiss. Hungariae cum Circumj. 
Regnis et Princip. M. Scatter. . . . Aug. Vind. 

1 1 6 1 . Iterum. 

1 1 62. Le Royaume de Hongrie et les Estats qui ont est6 
unis i sa Couronne k I'Usage de ^lonseigneur le Due de 
Bourgogne par . . . H. Jaillot- Amst., R. et J. Ottens. 

1 163. Regnorum Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, 
Bosnia;, et Serviae cum Princip. Transylvaniae, maximaque 
parte Valachiae ... ex Archetypo Miilleriano S. C. M. 
Capit. et Ingen. ... a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

1 1 64. Iterum. 

1 165. Le Royaume de Hongrie . . . avecL'Esclavonie. . . . 
Par le P. Coronelli . . . Corrigee et augmentee par le 
S' Tillemon ... (4 ff.). Paris, chez J. B. Nolin. 1688. 

1 1 66. Carte particuliere de la Hongrie de la Transilvanie 
de la Croatie et de la Sclavonic. Par G. De I'lslc. Paris, 
1717. 

1 1 67. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et jNIortier. 

1 1 68. Principatus Transilvaniae . . . cum finitimis Vicin. 
Statuum Provinciis ... ex conat. J. B. Homanni. Nori- 
bergae. 

1 1 69. Principaut6 dcTransilvanie divisee en cinqnations . . . 
tiree de plusieurs Mem. nouveaux k I'Usage de Monseigneur 
Ic Due de Bourgogne. Par H. Jaillot. Amst., chez R. et 
J. Ottens. 

1 1 70. Transylvaniae, Moldaviae, Walachiae, Bulgariae nova 
et ace. delineatio . . .. opera et sumt. M. Seutteri. . . . Aug. 
Vind. 

1 171. Nouvelle Carte du Royaume de Dalmacie ... la 
Morlaquie, la Bosnie, et la Servie, partie de la Hongrie, 
Croatie, Albanie, Istrie, et du Roy^ de Naples, par G. De 
risle. . . . Amst., chez Ottens. 

1 172. Nova . . . Tabula Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, 
Bosniae, Serviae, Istriae, et Reip. Ragusanae cum finit. Region. 
Stud, et Imp. M. Seutteri. , . . Aug. Vind. 

1 173. Regnum Sclavoniae cum Syrmii Ducatu. Ex. Mappa 
Grandiori desumta. . . . ab Homann. Hered. 1745- 

1 1 74. Principatus Moldaviae . . . Descriptio. Delineante 
Principe Demetrio Cantemirio. 

1 175. Kayserlich -Turckischen Friedens-Theatrum in 
Ungam worinen die Bedungene Fridens-grantze von ver- 
schiedenen Friedens Schliissen deutlich angezeiget worden. 
Niirnberg. Adam Jonathan Felsckern. 

1 176. Lc Gouvemement de Raguse . . . avec quelques 



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Isles tres exactement . . . par le P. Corneille. Nunc apud 
P. Schenk, jun. 

1 177. Regnum Bosniae una cum finitimis Croatiae, etc., 
partibus, adjuncta praecip. . . . munimentorum ichnographia. 
Curantibus Homann. Hered. Norib. 

Regni Serviae pars, una cum finit. Valachiae et Bulgariae 
partibus addita . . . munimentorum, etc. lidem. Ibid. 

1178. Iterum. 

1179. Nieuwe ace. Kaert van een gedeelte van Hongarie 
en Donau Stroom vertoonende Belgrade en Peterwarden, 
ahvaer de Batalje is voorgevallan . . . den 5 Aug. 17 16 als 
00k de Stad Temeswar . . . nevens de daar omtrent gelee- 
genen Provintien en Steeden. Am.st., by G. van Keulen. 

1 1 80. Accurate Karte des Landes Belgrade Temeswar, 
und Peterwarden, da die batalie furgefollen, etc. Amstelod. 
ap. J. Ottens exc. 

1 181. Plan de la Ville et Chateau et des deux Palanques 
ou Faubourgs de Temeswar en Hongrie assieg^ par 
I'Armee Imper'* de . . . le Prince Eugene de Savoye . . . ou 
la Trench^e a est6 ouverte le i Sept. 1716 et emport^ le 12 
Oct. J. Wolff excud. Aug. Vind. 

1 182. Neu Geogr. vorgest. Ungarisches Kriegs-Theatrum 
in Servien und dem Bannat Temeswar worinnen die . . . 
Progressen Kayserl . . . Waffen . . . mit Allen bisher in 
zweyen Feldziigen 17 16 und 17 17 gehaltenen Schlachten 
und eroberten Platzen, in Kupfer . . . von J. B. Homann • . . 
Nurnberg. 

1183. Theatre de la Guerre dans le Bannat de Temeswar 
. . . mesur6 sur les Lieux par Ord" de feu S. A. S. le Prince 
Eugene de Savoye, ou se trouvent aussi les Mines d'Argent, 
de Cuivre et de Fer, les Postes et Relais, etc. Amsterd., chez 
R. et J. Ottens. 

1184. Iterum. Chez Etienne Briffaut. 1738. 

1 185. Afbeelding van de Belegering der Stad Belgrade, 
door den Troepen van . . . Carolus den Sesden ... A° 1717. 
Amst., by Joach. Ottens. 

1 186. Accurata Delineatio Castelli Belgradi. A. Rib- Coutt. 
Machinatoris milit. Caesar. ^Eri insc. . . . a G. J. Hauptio. 
August, 1739. 

1 1 87. Nieuwe Afteekening van de Sterke Stad Belgrado 
met desselfs Kasteel en alle de Buyten Werken in syn Platte 
Grond. Nu Beleegert . . . berent den 24 Jun 17 17. 
Amsterd., by Ger. Van Keulen. 

1 1 88. Theatrum Belli ad Borysthenem, Tyram et Danu- 
bium Fluvios gesti 1738. Excus. in Acad. Scient. Petro- 
politanae. 

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1 1 go. Iterum. 

1 191. Tabula Synopticae Totius Fluminis Danubii a 
Fontibus usque ad Ostia in qua omnes regiones quas 
perfluit, et amnes quos recipit . . . necnon Mare Adriaticura 
et Pontus Euxinus oculis sistuntur . . . cura et sumt. 
M. Seutteri. . . . Aug. Vind. 

1 192. Iterum. a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

1 193. Iterum (3 sheets). Per Nic. Visscher. Amst. Bat. 

1 1 94. Iterum (3 sheets), a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

1 195. Iterum. Per J. Danckerts. Amstelod. 

1 196. Le Cours du Danube et des Rivieres qui s'y 
d^chargent. . . . Par N. de Fer (3 sheets). 

1197. Sedes Belli in Polonia, etc., per Abr. Alland. 
Amstelod., nunc apud Covens et Mortier. 

1198. !Map of the Present Seat of War between the 
Russians, Poles, and Turks, by A. Drur}'. A. Drury and 
P.Bell. 1769. 

1 199. Carte de la Turquie de I'Arabie et de la Perse. . . . 
Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1701. 

1200. Estats del'Empire du Grand Seigneur des Turcs. . . . 
Par H. Jaillot. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

1 20 1. Carte de la Grece. . . . Par G. De ITsle. Paris, 1707. 

1202. Graeciae Antiquae Tabula Nova in qua locorum situs 
tum ad distantias itinerarias tum ad Observationes Astro- 
nomicas. . . . Autore G. De I'Isle (2 if.). Parisiis, 1707. 

1203. Iterum. Amstelod., Covens et INIortier. 

1204. Carte de la Grece, Dress^e sur un grand nombre de 
Memoires. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. Amst., chez R. et J. Ottens. 

1205. Constantinopolis. ... a M. Seutter. . . . Augspurg. 

1206. Accurate Vorstellung der . . . Constantinopel. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Nurnberg. 

1207. Plan de la Place de Corfu avec ses Environs 
assiegee par les Infideles, tranch^e ouverte le 25™* de 
Juillet jusqu'au 22"" d'Aout (1716). Par J. B. Homann. 
Nurenberg. 

1208. Plan du Siege de Corfu par Terre et par Mer avec 
la Situation de deux Flottes Venitienne et Ottomanne depuis 
le jour de I'entree de cette des Ottomans dans le Canal le 
5"" de Juillet jusqu'au 26""* d'Aout 1716. Id. Ibid. 

1209. Nova et accur. . . . Tabula Insulae Corfu, cum 
Confiniis suis ac Portubus ex adverso in Graecia jacentibus. 
J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

12 10. Iterum. 

121 1. Nieuwe . . . Kaart van 't Eyland Corfu . . .met alle 
desselfs gelegentheden met de vaste Kust van Griechenland 
daer overgeleegen als mede de Stad Corfu in syn Platte 



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grond ende Stercktens en Kasteelen soo als die sig Langs de 
Zeekant vertoonen. Amst., by G. van Keulen. 

121 2. Plan de Corfu. Par les Herit. de feu M. le Doct. 
Homann. Nuremberg, 1735. 

1 213. Insula Samos ... ex descriptione potissimum 
Joseph! Georgirene, Samiorum Archiepiscopi, Londini ab 
eodem edita. Fee. et exc. P. Schenk. Amsterd. 

1 2 14. Achaia Vetus et Nova cum observat. Nobilissimi' 
Viri Geo. Wheleri Armigeri Angli ex minore in ampliorem 
formam deducta. ... a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae. 

1 215. Cretae seu Candiae Insula et Regnum cum diversis 
aliis Archipelagi Insulis . . . per Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud 
P. Schenk, jun, 

1 21 6. Insula Greta, hodie Candia . . . cum adjac. Aegei 
Maris Insulis ac praesertim nuperrime ex abysso pelagi 
emergente Nova Santorini Insula. . . . Joh. B. Homannus. 
Norimbergae. 

1217. La Ville de Candie pour la 3" fois attaqu^e de 
I'Armee Ottomane, et deffendue par celle de la Ser. Rep. de 
Venise. . . . 1667, '68, et '69. 

12 1 8. Peloponnesus, hodie Moreae Regnum in omnes suas 
Provincias veteres et hodiernas accurate divisum. Ed. J. B. 
Homanno. Noribergae. 

1218A. D'Vornaamste Fortressen van Morea. Amsterd., 
R. et J. Ottens. 



Portfolio XVIII., Asia, Persien, Arabien, Palestina. 

1 2 19. L'Asie selon les nouvelles Observ. de Messrs. de 
I'Academie des Sciences, etc. Leide, chez Pierre van 
der Aa. 

1220. Tabula Nova Geogr. Natoliae et Asiae Minoris. 
Composita per Jac. Cantellii et ed. per N. Visscher. Nunc 
apud P. Schenk, jun. 

1 22 1. Asia Minor. Auct. Ph. de la Rue. Amstel., apud 
Covens et Mortier. 

1222. Alexandri Magni Imperium et Expeditio . . . 
hodiernis locorum nominibus illustrata. . . . a G. De I'lsle. 
Paris, ap. Viduam Auctoris. i73x- 

1223. Retraite des Dix Mille. . . . a G. De I'lsle. Paris, 
1723. 

1224. Iterum. 

1225. Carte des Quatre Grandes Monarchies. . . . Amst., 
chez R. et J. Ottens. 

1226. Carte de Perse, dress6e pour I'usage du Roy. Par 
G. De risle. Paris, 1724. 



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1227. La Perse, La Georgie, La Natolie, Les Arables, 
L'Egipte et le cours du Nil ou se trouve aussi le Pont 
Euxin, la Mer Caspienne, la Mer Rouge, et les Golfes de 
Perse et d'Ormus, par N. de Fer, 1720. Paris, chez G. 
Danet. 1724. 

1228. Imperii Persici Delineatio ex scriptis potissimum 
Geographicis Arabum et Persarum, tentata ab Adriano 
Relando. 

1229. Iterum, ab P. Schenk. Amstelod. 

1230. Persia, etc. 

1231. Nova Persiae, Armenise, Natoliae, et Arabiae Descr. 
per F. de Wit. Amsterd. 

1232. Carte de Perse, dressde pour I'usage du Roy, par 
G. De risle. Paris, 1724. 

1233. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1234. Provinciarum Persicarum Kilaniae nempe Chirvaniae 
Dagestaniae aliarumque vicin. regionum partium ... ex 
Itinerario . . . Adami Olearii aliisque . . . adminiculis. . . . 
a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

1235. Carte des Pays Voisins de la Mer Caspienne, dress^e 
pour I'usage du R03'. Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1723. 

1236. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1237. Nieuwe Caartvan de Caspische Zee met all desselfs 
Riviere, Eylanden en Dieptens, na de laaste Obser^•atien. . . . 
Amst., by G. van Keulen. 

1238. Carte ^larine de la Mer Caspienne, levde suivant les 
ordres de S. M. Czariene, par Mr. Carl. Vauverden en 
1 7 19, 1720, et 1 72 1, par G. De I'Isle. Paris. 

1239. Iterum. 

1240. Iterum. Amst., par R. Ottens. 1723, 

1 241. Nova verissima Maris Caspii . . . ac Reg. adjac. 
Delineatio jussu . . . Petri Alexii fil. Magni Russorum 
Imperatoris . . . per R. Ottens. Amsterd. 

1242. Maris Caspii Littori Occidentali (j/ir) inter Fluviorum 
Wolgae et Kur ostia adjacentium . . . eorumque Incolarum 
Descriptio, simul ac in Prov. Schirwan et Lesgistan inter 
Russos et Turcas Terrarum Divisionis Linea, anno 1727 
determinata. 

1243. Geographica nova ex Oriente . . . duabus tabulis . . . 
quarum una Mare Caspium, altera Kamtzadalium seuTerram 
Jedso curiose exhibet. Ed. J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

1244. La Palestine pour I'Histoire des Emp. Rom. de 
Mr. Cr^vier. Par le S' d'Anville. 1750. 

1245. Palestina in xii Tribus divisa, cum Terris adjac. 
denuo revisa, etc., stud. J. C. Harenbergii. Curant. 
Homann. Hered. Norimb., 1750. 



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1246. ludaea sive Terra Sancta. . . . Per T. Danckerts. 
Amstelodami. 

1247. Facies Palestinae ex Monum. Vett. . . . ab Hadr. 
Relando. 

1248. Descriptio accurata Terrae Promissse. . . . Auct. 
Phil, de la Rue. N. de Fer. Paris. 

Terre Sainte Moderne que les Turcs . . . divisent en 
Sangiacs ou Gouvernements. Dress6es sur les Mem. de 
P. de les Rue et autres . . . par N. de Fer. Paris, 1707. 

1249. Carte du Cours de la Riviere de Meinan depuis 
India jusqu'4 son embouchure, par Eng. Kaempfer J. G. S. 

1250. Jerusalem cum suburbiis prout tempore Christi 
floruit . . . juxta design. Christian! Adrichomii delineata et 
aeri inc. per M. Seutter. Aug. 

1251. Jerusalem Turcis Cusembareich. Nazareth, 
Ram ma. . . . 

1252. Patriarchatus Hiersolymitanus . . . descript. geogr. 
post multos tentavit d'Anville. 1732. 

1253. Iterum. 

1254. Patriarchatus Antiochenus . . . descr. d'Anville. 
1732. 

1254A. Iterum. 

1255. Patriarchatus Alexandrinus. Id. i^si. 

1256. Iterum. 



Portfolio XIX., Asia, Oost-Indien, China, etc. 

1257. Carte d'Asie dress^e pour I'usage du Roy. Par 
G. De risle. Paris, 1723. 

1258. Carte des Indes et de la Chine. . . . Id. Ibid. 

1705- 

1259. Iterum. Amsterd., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1260. India Orientalis cum adjac. Insulis. . . . M. Seutter. 
August. 

1 26 1. Carte des Indes Orientales dess. suivant les Obs. 
les plus recentes dont le principale est tir6e des Cartes 
Geogr. de Mr. D'Apres de Mannevillette. . . . Par I'Auteur 
et les Herit de Homann. 1748. 

1262. Iterum. 

1263. Magni Mogolis Imperium. . . . per F. de Witt. 
Amst. 

1264. Carte R6duite de la Presque Isle de I'Inde. Conte- 
nant les Costes depuys Cambaye jusqu'aux Bouches du 
Gange. Dress6e au Depost des Cartes, etc., de la Marine . . . 
en 1766. Par le S, Bellin, Ing. de la Marine. 

1265. Nouvelle Carte d'une Grande Partie de la Presqu' 



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Isle des Indes en de^a du Gange. Dress6e sur deux Cartes 
MSS. des RR. PP. Jesuites Miss Par le S' 'd'AnviUe. 

1266. Niemve Kaart van het Eyiand Ceylon . . , door Fr. 
Valentyn. I. van Braam et G. onder de Linden, excud. 

1267. Carte de I'lsle de Ceylon. Par G. De I'lsle. . . . 
Paris, 1722. 

1268. Iterum. Amst., chez Covens et Mortier. 

1269. Peninsula Indiae citra Gangem, hoc est, Orae . . . 
Malabar et Coromandel . . . cum adj. Insula Ceylon. . . . 
Stud. Homann. Hered. Norib., 1733. 

1270. Carte des Cotes de Malabar et de Coromandel. 
Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1723. 

1 27 1 . Nova Tabula Terrarum Cucan, Canarae, Malabariae, 
Madurae, et Coromandeliae, cum parte Septentr. Insulae 
Ceylon. . . . Ed. Hadr. Relando. Ajnst., by G. van Keulen. 

1272. Iterum. 

1273. Insulse Javse Pars Orientalis. Id. Ibid. 

1274. Pars Occidentalis. 

1275. Iterum. 

1276. Nieuwe Kaart van het Eyiand Sumatra . . . door Fr. 
Valentyn. I. van Braam et G. onder de Linden, exc. 

1277. Caart van het Eyiand Amboina . . , 

1278. De Landvoogdy van Amboina met de elf onder- 
hoorige Eylanden. 

1279. Kaart van het Eyiand Borneo. I. van Braam et G. 
onder de Linden, exc. 

1280. Kaart van het Eyiand Formosa en de Eylanden 
van Piscadores. Idem. 

1 28 1. Les Isles de Banda . . . Leide, chez P. vander Aa. 

1282. Nieuwe Caart der Eylanden van Banda . . . door 
Fr. Valentyn. I. van Braam en G. o. Linden, exc. 

1283. Insularum Bandanensium Novissima delineatio. 
Amst., apud P. Schenk et G. Valk. 

1284. Kaart van de Zuyd-Ooster Eylander van Banda I. 
van Braam en G. onder de Linden. 

1285. Zuyd-Wester Eyl. van Banda. Idem. 

1286. Kaart van het Eyiand Bali. Idim. 

1287. Insularum Moluccarum Nova Descriptio. Amstel., 
Schenk et Valk. 

1288. De Landvoogdy der ^loluccas, met de aangren- 
zende Eylanden. 

1289. La Rade de Bantam . . . Leide, chez P. van der 
Aa. 

1290. La Rade de Batavia, faite sur les obs. des plus 
habites Pilotes . . . Ibid. 

1 29 1. Die Stadt Batavia . . . von Homann. Erben. Num- 
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1292. Waere affbeeldinge wegens het Casteel ende Staat 
Bataviae. 

1293. Afbeldinnge van't Casteel en de Stadt Batavia. . . . 
1681. 

1294. Afbeelding . . . van de Stad Bataviae, en hoe het 
verraad der Chineesen op de zelve door de Europiaanen is 
verydeld gewoden op den 8''*" Oct. 1740. 

1295. Carte du Golfe de Bengale, tir^e de la Carte de 
I'Ocean Orient. Publ. par ordre de M' le Comte de 
Maurepas en 1740. Angment^e sur des Remarques parti- 
culieres. 

1296. A Chart of the Northern Part of the Bay of Bengal, 
laid down chiefly from the Surveys made by Barth. Plaisted 
and John Richie. Publ. by A. Dalrymple, 1722. 

Memoir of a Chart of the Bay of Bengal. Published at 
the Expense of the United East India Comp. London, 
1722. 

1 297. Map of Part of Borneo and the Sooloo Archipelago. 
Laid down chiefly from Observ. made in 1761, 2, 3, and 4 
by Dalrymple. Publ. 1769. 

1298. The Sooloo Archipelago from Observ., etc. tit 
supra. 1 77 1. 

1299. A Chart of Felicia and Plan of the Island Balam- 
bangan, by A. Dalrymple. 1770. 

1300. A Chart of the Schooner Cuddalore's Track along 
the West Coast of PalaAvan in Dec, 1761. By the same. 
1769. 

1 301. A Chart of Part of the Coast of China and the ad- 
jacent Islands, from Pedro Blanco to the Mizen . . . from 
observations made ... by A. Dalrymple. Publ. 1771. 

1302. [Islands on the Coast of China], Lucon of Luco- 
nia, Mindora, Panai, Masbatta, etc. 

1303. A Chart of the China Sea . . . By A. Dalrymple. 
1771. 

1304. Le Royaume de Siam avec les Royaumes quy luy 
sont Tributaires, et les Isles de Sumatra, Andemaan, etc. 
(2 ff.). Amst., chez J. Ottens. 

1305. Imperium Japonicum ... ex ipsorum Japonens. 
Mappis . . . ab Hadriano Relando. Amst., Res J. Ottens. 

1306. Nieuwe Kaart van het Eyland Japan . . . door Fr. 
Valentyn. 1. van Braam et G. onder de Linden, exc. 

1307. Japonia Regnum. 

1308. Particuliere Reyskaart over Land Strekkende van 
Osaka tot Miaco, en van daar tot Jokaits, door E. Ksempfer. 

1309. Platte Grondt van de Stad Miaco . . . door J. G. 
Schcuchser. 



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1 3 10. Particuliere Kaart van de Reys te Land van Farra 
tot Jedo . . . door Engelb. Kaempfer. 

131 1. Beschryving van de Stad Jedo . . . door J. G. 
Scheuchzer. 

1 3 1 2. Particuliere Kaart van de Reys te Land van Famma- 
matz, tot aan Farra, door E. Kaempfer. 

1 31 3. Particuliere Reis Kaart te Land . . . van Jokaitz 
tot aan het Dorp Fammamatz. Idem. 

1314. van Khurissima tot Osaka. Idem. 

1 3 15. van Kokusa tot Khurissima. Idem. 

1316. van Nagasaki tot Kokusa. Idem. 

1317. La Ville de Nagasaki avec le Port et ses En- 
virons. 

1 31 8. Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium ex . . . Nic* 
Witsen Cos, Amst. . . . aliorumque . . . Archet}'pis con- 
gestum auctum ... a Carolo Allard. Amst. Bat. 

1319. Tatariae Sinensis Mappa Geogr. ex Tabulis spec. 
RR. PP. Jesuitarum necnon Relationibus R. P. Gerbillonii 
per Dom. d'Anville . . . a° 1732. Nunc . . . per Tob. 
Meyerum. Soc. Cosmogr. Sodal. curis Homann. Hered. 
1749. 

1320. Isfahan. 

1321. Pays de Bassora, avec les Bourgs, Rivieres, et Isles 
de la dependence, habit6 par les Chretiens de S. Jean . . . 
par P. van der Aa, Leide. 

1322. Carte g6n6rale de la Chine. Dressde sur les 
Cartes, partic. que I'Empereur Cang-Hi a fait lever 
sur les lieux par les RR. PP. Jesuites . . . Par le S' 
d'Anville. 

1323. Imperii Sinarum nova descriptio. Auct. Job. van 
Loon. 

1324. Carte exacte de toutes les Provinces, Villes, 
Bourgs, Villages, et Rivieres . . . de la Chine, faite par les 
Ambassadeurs Hollandois dans leur Voyage de Batavia 
a Peking, dress^e par Jean Nieuhof ... P. van der Aa, 
Leide. 

1325. Regni Sinae . . . Mappa et Descr. Geogr. ex 
mappis partic. quas Sinarum Rex Canghi op. Patrum Miss, 
e S. J. in Provincias regni Universi ejus rei gratia obliga- 
torum concinnari fecit, perfecta publicoque primum 
communic. in opere . . . R. P. Du Halde et ab An- 
villaeo . . . Stud. J. M. Hasii. Impensis Homan. 
Hered. 

1326. Sinarum Imperium juxta recentiss. delin. . . . cura 
et sumtibus M. Seutteri. Aug. Vind. 

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Portfolio XX. Africa, Aegypten, Caap de Goede 
Hoop. 

1327. Carte d'Afrique . . . pour I'usage du Roy. Par G. 
De I'Isle. Paris, 1722. 

1328. L'Afrique. . . . Idem., Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1329. Accuratissima Tabula Africae . . . per Jac. de 
Sandrart. Norimb. 

1330. Africas . . . Delineatio . . . Opera A. F. Zurneri. 
... Ex. Off. P. Schenkii. 

1 33 1. L'Afrique selon les nouvelles Obs. de Messrs. de 
I'Acad. des Sciences, etc. Leide, chez P. van der Aa. 

1332. In Notitiam Ecclesiasticam Africae Tabula Geogr. 
Auct. G. De I'Isle. Parisiis, 1700. 

1333. Iterum. Paris, apud Auct. Amst., R. et J. Ottens. 

1334. Iterum. Amstel., Covens et Mortier. 

1335. Iterum. Amstel., ap. P. Mortier. 

1336. Carte de I'Afrique Fran^oise on du Senegal. Dress^e 
sur un grand nombre de Cartes . . . Ouvrage Posthume de 
G. De I'Isle. Par la Veuve De I'Isle. 1726. 

1337. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1338. Iterum. 

1339- [Part of Africa, from C. de Lopo-Gonsalvez to C. 
of Good Hope]. 

1340. Aethiopia Inferior vel Exterior . . . 

1 341. Carte du Congo et du Pays des Cafres. Par G. De 
I'Isle. Paris, 1708. 

1342. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1343. Het Noordelykste Deel van Afrika, behelzende 
Barbarie, Egypte enz. Als mede de geheele Middelland- 
sche Zee. Volgens de nieuwste Uitgave van den Heer 
d'Anville. Amsterd., by Isaak Tirion, 1762. 

1344. Carte de la Barbarie et Nigritie et de la Guin^e. 
Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 1707. 

1345. Iterum. 

1346. Carte de la Barbarie et Nigritie, par le S"^ d'Anville. 
. . . 1738. 

1347. Barbaria. 

1348. Nigritarum Regio. Amstel. Joan. Blaeu exc. 

1349. Guinea propria, necnon Nigritiae . . . maxima pars, 
Geographis hod. dicta utraque Aethiopia Inferior et hujus 
quidem pars australis ex delin. Anvill. . . . Stud, et labore 
Homann. H. Norimb., 1743. 

1350. Carte G^n^rale de la Coste de Guin^e depuis la 
Riviere de Sierra Leone jusqu'au Cap de Lopes Gonsalvo. 
Pour servir aux Vaisseaux du Roy. Paris, chez M' Bellin, 
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1 35 1. Carte partic. de la Coste d'Or. Pour servir, etc. 
Id. Ibid., 1750. 

1352. Nouvelle Carte des Costes de Guin^e, d'Or . . . 
s'etendant depuis Sierra Leone jusqu'au Cap Formosa. 
Amsterd., par Jean van Keulen. 

1353. Nouvelle Carte du Royaume d'Algers . . . avec 
une partie des Cotes d'Espagne, etc. R. et J. Ottens. 
Am St. 

1354. De Stad Algiers. Amst., by H. de Leth. 

1355. Algercum . . . Cura et sumpt. M. Seutter. Aug. 

1356. Algier. [A Drawing.] 

1357. MS. Piano de la Peninsula de Zeuta y Campo de 
los Moros. 

1 358. Statuum Maroccanorum, Regnorum nempe Fessani, 
Maroccani, Tafiletani et Segelomessani. ... a J. Chr. 
Homann. M.D. Noribergae, 1728. 

1359. . . . Oran una cum adjacente ora maritima . . . 
del. a Christiano Gepharto. . . . Homann. Hered. 1732. 

1360. Nette Aftekening des Stad Oran, etc. Amsterd., 
R. en J. Ottens, 1732. 

1 36 1. Iterum. 

1362. MS. Tunis. [A Drawing]. 
I'i^l- De Baay van Tanger. 

1364. Plan de iTsle de Gor^e. 

1365. L'Isle Maurice. . . . Leide, chez P. van der Aa. 

1366. Insulae Canariae. 

1367. Nieuwe Caarte van Kaap de Goede Hoop en 't 
Zujderdeel van Africa. Amsterd., by Balth. Lakeman. 

1368. Nieuwe Kaart van de Kaap der Goede Hoop en der 
na bey gelegen Landen. Volgens Afmeetingen van den 
Abt. de la Caille in 1752. Amsterd., by Is. Tirion, 1763. 

1369. Baay Fals gelegen Beoosten Kaap de Goede Hoop. 

1370. Carte de I'Egypte, de la Nubie, de I'Abyssinie, etc. 
Par G. De r Isle. Paris, 1707. 

1 37 1. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1372. Aegypti ac . . . ejus fluminis a cataractis usque ad 
ostia . . . additis passim . . . veteribus oppidorum nomini- 
bus. Ibid. 

1373. Nova Aegypti Tabula. 

1374. Aegyptus Hodierna ex itinerario . . , Pauli Lucje 
Franci. ... a J. B. Homanno. Norimbergae (2 copies). 

1375. [Plans and Sections of the Pyramids of Egypt, and 
the Tower of Babylon. 3 sheets]. 

1376. Carte particuli^re de la Mer Rouge, etc. Levde 
par ordre expres des Roys de Portugal. . . . Amsterd., 
chez P. Mortier. 

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1377. Carte de la Mer Rouge sur les Observ. las plus 
recentes de divers Capitaines Anglois. . . . Par Vaslin. 
Contrefait a la Haije, 1786, par J. V. Westenhout. 

Portfolio XXI. J America, Zuid. America. 

1378. A Map of the Whole Continent of America, with a 
copious Table, fully showing the several Possessions of each 
European Prince and State, as settled by the Definitive 
Treaty concluded at Paris, Feb. 10, 1763, the clauses of 
which relative thereto are inserted. Compiled from Mr. 
D'Anville's Maps of that Continent, 1772. London, pub. 
by Robert Sayer. 

1379. L'Amerique selon les nouv. Observ. de Messrs. de 
I'Academie des Sciences. Leide, chez P. van der Aa. 

1380. Totius Americse . . . novissima Repraesentatio. . . . 
J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

1 38 1. A Chart of North and South America, including the 
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of 
Europe, Africa, and Asia (6 sheets). Publ. by T. Jefferys. 

1753- 

1382. Nouvelle Carte Marine de toute {sic) les Cotes de 
I'Amerique montrant toutes les Isles, Bayes et Rivieres aussi 
toutes les Roches et Profonds . . . par Jean Sikhena M. M. 
Amsterd., by Ger. van Keulen. 

1383. L'Amerique Meridionale. . . . Par H. Jaillot. 
Paris, 1694. 

1384. America Meridionalis juxta Observ. . . . par G. De 
risle. Augustae Vindel. ap. Tob. Conr. Lotter. G. et C. 

1385. A New and Exact Map of the Coast, Countries, 
and Islands within y' Limits of y* South Sea Company from 
y* River Aranoca to Terra del Fuego, and from thence . . . 
to y* North part of California, etc., with a View of the 
General and Coasting Trade Winds, and particular Draughts 
of the most important Bays, Ports, etc., ... by Herm. Moll. 

1386. Grand Theatre de la Guerre en Amerique suivant 
les plus nouvelles Observ. des Espagnols, Anglois, Francois, 
et Hollandois. R. et J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

1387. Iterum. Covens et Mortier. Amsterd. 

1388. Iterum. P. Mortier. Amsterd. 

1389. Carte de la Terre Ferme du Perou, du Brezil, et du 
Pays des Amazones . . . sur les Descr. de Herrera, etc. 
Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1703. 

1390. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1 39 1. Iterum. Nunc recusa per Homann. Heredes. 

1392. Le Peron . . . sur les divers Relations des Flibus- 
tiers et Nouveaux Voyageurs. Par N. de Fer. Paris, 1719. 



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1393. Le Bresil. . . . Id. Ibid. 171Q. 

1394. Brasilia qua parte paret Belgis (9 sheets). Amst. 
Gedr., by Huijch AUart. 1657. 

Brasiliae . . . Tabula Nova continens Praefecturas. . . . 
Georgius Marggraphius Germanus. 1643. 

1395. MS. Carte pour demontrer les differens sur les 
limites entre I'Espagne et le Portugal en Amerique. Dress^e 
en 1769 (a drawing). 

1396. Carte R^duite des Costes de la Guyana, depuis la 
Riviere d'Orenoque jusqu'au Cap de Nord k l'Entr6e de la 
Riv. des Amazones. Dress^e au Depost des Cartes et Plans 
de la Marine. . . . Par le S. Bellin, Ing. de la Marine. 
1760. 

1397. Carte du Paraguay du Chili duDedroit de Magellan, 
etc. Dress^e sur les Descr. des PP. Alfonse d'Ovalle et 
Nicolas Techo, etc. Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1703. 

1398. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1399. Iterum. Par la Veuve de Nic. Visscher. 

1400. Iterum. Editt. Homann. Heredd. Norib., 1733. 

1 40 1. Paraquariae Provinciae Soc. Jesu cum adjac. noviss. 
descr. post iteratas peregrinat. et plures Observ. PP. Miss, 
ejusdem Soc. . . . delin. M. Scatter. August. 

1402. Pas-Kaart van de Zee Kusten van Carthagena, 
Tierra Firma, Costa Rica ende Honduras, tusschen Rio 
Grande de S. Martha en Cabo de Gratias Dios door Vooght 
Geometra. Amsterd., by Joh. van Keulen. 

1403. Plan du Port, de la Ville et des Forteresses de 
Carthagdne, representant exactement la Vue de la Flotte 
Angloise, le long de la Cote, dans la Baye proche la Ville, 
etc. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1404. Cartagene avec ses Ports et Fortresses, Baye et 
Ville de Havana ou S. Christoval, Pay et Chateau de Porto 
Bello. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1405. Plan der St. u. Hafens Havana . . . 1739. 
Cartagena. . . . Norimbergae ab Homann. Hered. 1740. 

1406. Portus Pulchri in Isthmo Panamensi . . . Ichno- 
graphia ex prototypo Londin. ... In offic. Homann. 1740. 

1407. Nova Isthmi Americani qui et Panamensis item 
Dariensis Tabula in qua Urbes Porto Bello, Panama, et 
Carthagena . . . summo studio emendata. . . . R. et J. 
Ottens. Amstelod. 

1408. Iterum. 

1409. Carte tres curieuse de la Mer du Sud. Contenant 
des Remarques nouv. et tres utiles . . . sur les Ports et 
Isles ... les principaux Pays de I'Amerique tant Septentr. 
que Merid. Avec les Noms et la Route des Voyageurs par 



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qui la decouverte a ^t^ faite. Le tout pour I'intelligence des 
Dissertations suivantes. 

1410. Chart of the Ocean between S. America and Africa, 
with the tracks of Dr. Edm. Halley in 1700, and Mons. 
Lozier Bouvet in 1738. 1769. 

141 1. Carte Nouvelle de la Mer du Sud, dress^e par ordre 
des principaux Directeurs. . . . Par A. et H. de Leth. 
Amsterd. 

141 2. Carte g6n6rale des D6couvertes de I'Amiral de 
Fonte et autres Navigateurs . . . pour la recherche du 
Passage a la Mer du Sud. Par M' De I'lsle. Paris, 1752. 

141 3. Algemeene Kaart van de Colonic . . . van Suri- 
nam met . . . de Grooste der gemeeten Plantagien . . . 
door Hendr. de Leth (4 sheets). Amsterd. 

1414. Iterum. Amsterd., by Petr. Schenk en Zoon. 

1415. Iterum. 

14 1 6. Nieuwe Kaart van Surinam vertoonende de Stromen 
en Land-strekken van Surinam Comowini Cottica en Mara- 
wini. Amst., by J. Ottens. 

1417. Map of the Colony of Surinam. ... By J. H. C. 
Spiering, late Chief Engineer, etc. 

141 8. Generale Caart van de Provintie van Surinam. . . . 
Door Alex, de Lavaux. 

141 9. Naaukeurige Platte Grond van den Staat en den 
Loop van Rio de Berbice met der zelver Plantagien in de 
Geoctrogeerde Colonic der Berbice. . . . door Hend. de 
Leth. Amsteldam. 

1420. Afteekening van de Rivier Berbice en Courantin 
. . . door G. van Keulen. Amsterd. 

142 1. Nieuwe Gemeten Kaart van de Colonic de Berbice 
mit der zelver Plantagien en de Namen der Bezitters. 
R. en J. Ottens. Amst. 

1422. Iterum. 

1423. MS. Plan van het Geweese Fort Nassau en daar 
bij gestaan hebbende Stad Nieuwe Amsterdam. . . . 
(a drawing). 

1424. Caerte vande de Rivier Demerary van ouds Im- 
menary. . . . Laurens Lodewyk van Bercheyck. Amsterd., 
by H. de Leth, 1759. 

1425. Iterum. 

1426. Iterum. 

Portfolio XXII. America, Noord America. 

1427. An Accurate Map of N. America. Describing and 
distinguishing the British and Spanish Dominions . . . 
according to the . . . Treaty . . . loth Feb., 1763. Also 



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all the West India Islands belonging to the several Euro- 
pean Princes and States. ... By Eman. Bowen, Geogr. to 
H. M., and J. Gibson, Engr. Lond., 1775. 

1428. L'Amerique Septentrionale. . . . Par G. De I'Isle. 
Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1429. America Septentrionalis. . . , Id. T. C. Lotter. 
Aug. Vind. 

1430. Les Principales Forteresses, Ports, etc., de I'Ameri- 
que Septentrionale. 

143 1 . Chart of the Atlantic Ocean, with the British, French, 
and Spanish Settlements in North America and the West 
Indies ; as also on the Coast of Africa. By Thos. Jeffer)S. 

1432. Carte des Possessions Angloises et Fran9oises du 
Continent de I'Am^rique Septentrionale. Par J. Palairet. 
Londres, 1756. 

1433. Iterum. 

1434. A Map of the British Empire in America, with 
the French, Spanish, and Hollandish Settlements adjacent 
thereto. By Henry Popple. Amsterd., Covens and 
Mortier. 

1435. Iterum. 

1436. Dominia Anglorum in America Septent. special. 
RIappis Londini primum a MoUio edita nunc recusa ab 
Homann. Hered. 

1437. Iterum. 

1438. Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americas implantata 
... a J. B. Homann. Norimbergae. 

1439. Carte Nouvelle de TAmerique Angloise, contenant 
. . . le Canada, la Nouvelle Ecosse on Acadie, les treize 
Provincies unies. . . . Par M. A. Lotter. Augsbourg. 

1440. A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the 
King of Great Britain on the Continent of North America, 
containing ... By Herman IMoll. 1715. 

1441. A General Map of the Southern British Colonies in 
America, comprehending North and South Carolina, 
Georgia, East and West Florida, with the neighbouring 
Indian countries. From the modern Surveys of Engineer 
de Brahm, Capt. Collet, Mouzon, and others. By B. 
Romans. 1776. 

1442. A General Map of the Middle British Colonies in 
America, containing Virginia, Marj-land, the Delaware 
Counties, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with the addition 
of New York and of the greatest part of New England, etc. 
London, 1776. 

1443. Nouvelle Carte de la Nouvelle Ecosse et de Cap 
Breton, etc. ... P. de Hondt, exc. 



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1444. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France, etc. 
Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1703. 

1445. Nouvelle Carte Particuli^re de I'Amerique ou sont 
exactement marquees la Nouvelle Bretagne, le Canada ou 
la Nouv. France, etc. 

1446. Le Canada ou Partie de la Nouvelle France. . . . 
Contenant la Terre de Labrador, la Nouvelle France, les 
Isles de Terre Neuve, de Nostre Dame, etc. Par H. 
Jaillot. Amst., R. et J. Ottens. 

1447. Carte de la Nouvelle France, oii se voit lecours des 
Grandes Rivieres de S. Laurens et de Mississipi, aujour- 
d'hui S. Louis aux Environs des-quelles se trouvent les 
Etats, etc., de Nouveau Jersay, de la Nouvelle Yorck, etc., 
des Esquimaux, des Hurons, etc., et de la Grande He de 
Terre Neuve . . . pour la Compagnie Frangoise Occident. 

1448. Nova Tabula Geogr. Complectens Borealiorem 
Americse Partem . - . cum omnibus Littorum pulvinorum- 
que profunditatibus. Amst., a N. Visscher, nunc apud P. 
Schenk, jun. 

1449. Carte Nouvelle contenant la Partie d'Amerique la 
plus Septentrionale . . . avec les profondeurs le long des 
Cotes et sur les Bancs. Id. Ibid. 

1450. Amplissima Regionis Mississipi seu Provinciae 
Ludovicensis. . . . Nova Tabula. ... a J. B. Homanno. 
. . . Norimbergae. 

145 1. Carte du Mexique et de la Floride des Terres An- 
gloises et des Isles Antilles du Cours et des Environs de la 
Riviere de Mississipi . . . Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 1703. 

1452. Mappa Geogr. Regionem Mexicanam et Floridam 
Terrasque adj. ut et Anteriores Americae Insulas, Curfeus 
itidem Reditus Navigantium versus fl. Mississipi et alias 
Colonias. . . . M. Seutter. Aug. Vind. (2 copies). 

1453. Regni Mexicani seu Novae Hispanise, Ludovicianae, 
N. Angliae, Carolinae, Virginiae et Pensylvaniae, necnon 
Insularum Archip. Mexic. ... a J. B. Homanno. Noribergae. 

1454. Nouvelle Carte Particuliere de I'Amerique ou sont 
exact, marquees les Isles de Bermuda, etc. 

1455. Carte des Isles de I'Amerique et de plusieurs Pays 
de Terre Ferme situ^es au devant de ces Isles et autour du 
Golfe de Mexique. . . . Par le S' d'Anvilie. 1731. 

1456. Carte Particulidre du Golfe de Mexique et des 
Antilles. 

1457. Mapa Maritimo del Golfo de Mexico e Islas de la 
America para el uso de les Navegantes. . . . Par Thomas 
Lopez y luan de la Cruz. 1755. 

1458. Nieuv^^e . . . Afteekening vant Canaal van Bahama 
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Espaniola als meede de Zuyd kust van Florida met alle 
desselfs Eylander Klippen en banken int Groot. Amst., by 
en door G. van Keulen. 

1459. Nieuwe . . . Paskaart van de Kusten van West 
Indian strekkende van Rio Oronoque tot Beneede Cartagena 
met alle de Caribische Eylanden als ook Porto Rico en de 
Zuyd Kust van Espaniola . . . door . . . Capt. Jean Bertrand. 
Amsterd., by Joan, van Keulen. 

1460. Nieuwe Afteekening van het Eyland Curacao . . . 
mitsgaders de haven van S' Anna en 't Fort Amsterdam int 
groot. . . . Amsterd., by Gerard van Keulen. 

1461. Iterum. 

1462. MS. Het Eiland Curacao. (A Drawing.) 

1463. MS. Descriptio van het Fort Amsterdam. (A 
Drawing.) 

1464. Nieuwe . . . Paskaart van het Eyland Hispaniola of 
St. Domingo met alle desselfs Havenen Dieptens en Anker- 
gronden . . . naer de opserv. van Mons' Fezier. Amst., by 
Joan, van Keulen. 

1465. L'Isle St. Dominique ou Espagnole . . . par N. de 
Fer. Paris, 1723. 

1466. Carte de I'lsle de Saint Domingue . . . pour I'usage 
du Roy. . . . Par G. de I'Isle. Paris, 1725. 

1467. Iterum. Amst., Covens et Mortier. 

1468. Jamaica . . . per Nic. Visscher. Nunc apud 
P. Schenk, jun. 

1469. Carte de I'Isle de la Martinique. . . . Par G. De 
risle. Paris, 1732. 

1470. Isle de la Martinique. 

147 1. Plan de la Ville et du Fort Royal de la Martinique. 

1472. Plan des Convent des Jacobins au Mouillage de la 
Martinique. 

1473. Nieuwe en aldereerste Afteekening van 't Eyland 
St. Thomas. Met alle desselfs Havenen, Ankerplaatse ... — 
De Ooster Haven van 't Eyland St. Jan. Amst., by G. van 
Keulen. 17 19. 

1474. The Principal! Islands in America belonging to the 
English Empire. . . . Philip Lea, Cheapside. 

1475. DominiaAnglorum in prsecipuis Insulis Americse . . . 
ab Homann. Hered. 

1476. Bermudes ou Isles de Sommer. . . . Par P. van der 
Aa, Leide. 

1477. Carte de I'Isle de Saint Christophle. 

1478. Plan de I'Isle de la Barbade. 

1479. Plan du Port, du Fort, et du Bourg de la Grenade. 

1480. Plan du Fort et d'une Partie du Bourg de la 
Guadeloupe, attaqu^e par les Anglois en 1703. 



522 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



148 1. Isle de la Guadeloupe. L'Isle St. Domingue. . . . 
Plan du Fort St. Pierre de la Martinique. 

1482. Tabula Noviss. atque accuratiss. Caraibicarum 
Insularum . . . quag etiam Antillse Gallicae dicuntur . . . 
a R. Ottens. Amstelaedam. 

1483. Iterum. 

1484. Carte des Antilles Frangoises et des Isles Voisines, 
dress^e sur les manuscrits de Mr. Petit, Ing. du Roy. . . . 
Par G. De I'Isle. Paris, 17 17. 

1485. Iterum. Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

i486. A New and Accurate Chart of the Bay of Chesa- 
peake, with all the Shoals, Channels, ... as far as the 
Navigable part of the Rivers Patowmac, Patapsco, and 
North East ... (2 sheets). London, 1776. 

A Plan of Herring Bay in Maryland. 

1487. Chart of the Entrance of Hudson's River from 
Sandy Hook to New York, with the Banks, Depths of 
Water, Sailing Marks, etc. London, Sayer and Bennett. 
1776. 

1488. A Plan of Cape Fear River from the Bar to 
Brunswick. Ibid., 1776. 

1489. A Chart of Delaware Bay and River . . . coppied 
from that published at Philadelphia by Joshua Fisher. 
Ibid., 1776. 

1490. A Plan of Port Royal in South Carolina, Surveyed 
by Capt. Gascoigne. Ibid., 1776. 

149 1. A Chart of the Harbour of Boston with the 
Soundings. . . . 

1492. A Plan of the River and Sound of D'awfoskee in 
S. Carolina. Surveyed by Capt. Gascoigne. London, Sayer 
and Bennett. 1776. 

1493. A Plan of Amelia Harbour and Barr in East Florida. 
Surveyed, in Jan., 1775, by Jacob Blaney, Master of His 
Majesty's Schooner, St. John. Ibid. 

1494. A Chart of the Mouth of Hudson's River. . . . 
A Plan of the City of New York. 

Plan of Amboy with its Environs, from an actual Survey 
(see 1500). 

1495. An Exact Map of Charles Town Bar and Harbour. 
From an actual Survey. With the Attack of Fort Sullivan, 
28th June, 1776, By His Majesty's Squadron. . . . London, 
Sayer and Bennett. 1776. 

1496. Chart of Chibucto Harbour on the Coast of Acadia 
or Nova Scotia, with the Plan of the Town of Halifax. 
By John Rocque. London, 1750. 

1497. A Survey of Lake Champlain, including Lake 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 523 



George, Crown Point, and St. John. . . . By William Brassier, 
Draughtsman. 1762. London, Saver and Bennett. 1776. 

1498. A Plan of New York Island, with part of Long 
Island, Staten Island, and East New Jersey, with a particular 
description of the Engagement on the Woody Heights of 
Long Island . . . 27th Aug., 1776. ... by Wm. Faden. 
London, 1776. 

1499. A Map of the Provinces of New York and New 
Jersey, with a part of Pensylvania and the Province of 
Quebec, from the Topogr. Observations of C. J. Sauthier. 
Augsburg., by M. A. Lotter (part wanting). 1777. 

1500. The Provinces of New York and New Jersey, with 
part of Pensylvania and the Province of Quebec. Drawn by 
Major Holland, Sur\-eyor-Gen. of the Northern District in 
America. Publ. by H. L. Broenner, Franckfurt-upon-the 
Mayn. 1777- (Continuous with 1494.) 

1501. Iterum. London, Sayer and Bennett. 1776. 

1502. A Map of the Province of New York, with part of 
Pensylvania and New England, from an Actual Sur\-ey by 
Cap* Montresor. Pub. 1775 by A. Drur)-, London. Re- 
publ. 1777 (4 sheets, one wanting). 

1503. Totius Neobelgii Nova et Accuratiss. Tabula. 
R. et J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

1504. A Map of the Improved Part of Pensilvania . . . 
sur\eyed by Tho. Holme. To Wm. Penn, Esq. . . . dedi- 
cated by Jno. Harris. 

1505. A Map of Pensylvania . . . laid down from Actual 
Surveys, etc. London, Sayer and Bennett. 1775. 

1506. A Plan of the City and Environs of Philadelphia. . . . 
M. A. Lotter. 1777. 

1507. A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England, 
containing the provinces of Massachusets Bay and New 
Hampshire, with the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode 
Island . . . from actual Surveys. London, Thos. Jeflferys. 
1774- 

1508. The Seat of War in New England, by an American 
Volunteer, with the Marches of the several Corps sent by 
the Colonies towards Boston, with the Attack on Bunker's 
Hill. London, Sayer and Bennett. 1775. 

1509. A New Map of the Province of Quebec, according 
to the Royal Proclamation, 7th Oct., 1763, from the French 
Surveys connected with those made after the War. By 
Captain Carver and other OflScers. Ibid. 1776. 

1 5 10. A Map of the most Inhabited Part of Virginia, 
containing the whole Province of Mar)land, with part of 
Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Drawn by 
Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson in 1775. By Thos. Jefferys. 



524 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



151 1. Virginia, Marylandia, et Carolina ... a J. B. Ho- 
manno. . . . Norimbergae. 

15 12. Another copy of 15 10. 

" 1513. An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina 
with their Indian Frontiers, showing . . . the Mountains, 
Rivers, Swamps, . . . Sandbanks, and Soundings on the 
Coasts, with the Roads and Indian Paths. . . . From actual 
Surveys by Henry Monzon and others. London, Sayer and 
Bennett. 1775. 

15 14. Carte g6n6rale de la Caroline . . . par le Sieur S . . . 
Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

15 15. Carte Particulidre de la Caroline . . . par le Sieur 
S . . . Amsterd., chez P. Mortier. 

1516. A Compleat Map of North Carolina, from an actual 
Survey by Captain Collet, Governor of Fort Johnston. 
London, S. Hooper. 1770. 

1 517. Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississipi . . . 
sur un grand nombre de Mem. entre autres sur ceux de 
MMe Maire. Par G. De I'lsle. Paris, 171 8. 

1518. Iterum. 

1519. La Luisiana . . . con la Nueva Orleans . . . Con- 
struida sobre el Mapa de M"" D'Anville. Por D. Thomas 
Lopez. En Madrid. 1762. 

1520. Amplissima Regionis IMississipi seu Provincise 
Ludovicianae . . . nova Tabula . . . a J. B Homanno. . . . 
Norimbergae. 

1 5 2 1 . Nouvelle Carte Particuliere de 1' Am^rique ou sont . . . 
marqu6es une Partie de la Baye d'Hudson, le Pays des 
Kilistinons, la Source de la Grande Riviere de Mississipi, 
Pays des Illinois, etc. [By Mr. Popple]. 

Portfolio XXIII. , De Nederlandsch Rivieren. 

1522. Kaart, welke afbeeld de gedaante van den Kleef- 
schen Polder, genoemddePley. . . Geometriceopgemeeten. . . 
door My Fred. Beyerinck gezwooren . . . Landmeeter. 
Arnhem 17-7^67 . . . naa de Originele verklynd Lin' van 
fi . . . 1770. D. Klinkenberg. 

1523. Iterum. 

1524. Kaart der Waare Gedaante en Groote des Byland- 
schen Waards, en Herwenschen Schaars met de daar tuschen 
Stroomende Rivier De Whaal ... op ordre van den . . • 
Inspecteur General C Brunings, nader gemeeten en in 
Kaart gebragt in 1772, door Hendrik van Straalen. 

1525. Caart van de Situatie tussen het Spyck Pannerden 
en Candia . . . de veranderte Loop van den Boven en 
Beneden Rhyn en Waal by Schenkenschans en Pannerden, 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 525 



Den Polder van Pannerden, Herwenen Aart, 's Gravenwaart 
en den Ossenwaart. 

1526. Kaart van de Rivier deWaal boven en beneden den 
Mond van het Pannerdensche Canaal, met de peilingen door 
Beyerinck, Bolstra en Veltgen in Nov. 1766 gedaan op een 
Waters-hoogte van z\ tot x\ Voet aan den Peilpaal te 
Arnhem, beneffens de middelen tot redres in Dec. 1766 
geprojecteerd. , . . 

1527. Kaart Figuratif van den Waal-Stroom van Schenken- 
schans tot Beneeden het Canaal te Pannerden. . . . 1754- 

1528. Kaart van den boytigenloop der Bowenwaal, zo als 
dezelve by inspectie en meetinge bevonden is in Nov. 1766^ 
beneffens de diepten aan de 's Gravenwaardsche en Her- 
wensche Oevers. 

1529. Kaart waarop afgebeeld den inschaarenden Oever 
van 's Gravenwaard en Herwen in 1761 ; 1763 ; en 1765. . . . 

1530. Kaart van den inschaarenden 's Gravenwaardsche 
en Herwensche Oever in Apr. 1763 . . , de concept inlaag 
Kadens van 1761, en jegenswoordige concept verlanging van 
het Bleeswerk boven Herwen . . . voor den Jaar 1763. . . .. 
INIelchior Bolstra ... ait de Originele verkleind in Mey 1763. 

153 1. Kaart van de Merwede of Nieuwe IMaas, van den 
Yssel tot Rotterdam, met de Geprojecteerde Waterwerken. . . , 
L. Schenk, Jansz sculpsit 1772. 

1532. Kaart van het Ye omtrent De Stad Amsterdam met 
eenige Geprojecteerde werken, ten Noorden en Oosten der 
Gemelde Stad. . . . Resol. 1773. 

1533. Kaart van de Gude Maas omtrent de Lint en 
Krabbe, met eenige Dieptens en Concept Kribbens . . . 
benevens de Coers en strekking des Vaar Waters zoo van 
Rotterdam op de Krabbe, als van de Krabbe op Dordrecht . . . 
1770 door my M. Bolstra. 

1534. Kaart van het Pannerdense Kanaal en Spyk met de 
veranderte Loop der Boven en beneden Ryn en Waal 
omtrentSchenken-Schansen Herwen. INL Bolstra. Resol'* 1 763. 

1535. Iterum. 

1536. Het Benedenste Gedeelte van de Boven Rhyn van 
Emmerik langs het Spyk, met deszelfs Dyken tot daar 
dezelven sluit . . . door. , . . F. Beyerinck. 

1537. Kaart van de Rivier de Lek met zyn Uiterwaarden 
Norder en Zuider Dyken van de IMerwede beneden Krimpen 
tot het schoor van Hagestein boven Vianen, door Melchior 
Bostra in 1751 en vervolgens tot in 1764 (7 sheets). 

1538. Kaart van de Rivier de Lek, by en omtrent Schoon- 
hoven, met eenige projecten tot Verbetering der Riviere. . . . 
ResoP' 31 Aug. 1771. 

1539. De Waare gedaante van den Bylandschen-Waard^ 



526 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



benevens den Loop der Rivieren ; De Boven Rhyn, Whaal 
en Pannerdensche Canaal ; derzelver Oude Strangen en 
Oevers ; aanschietende Grind en Zand-Wellen, Waarden, 
Kribben, enz : Arnhem lyVfl^ 7°. Fred. Beyerinck. 

1540. MS. Kaart van de Rivier het Zwin en van het 
Strand van boven Keijst totvoor het Landt van Cadzand zoo 
als het was in het Jaar 1737 mitsgaders de Plaats daar op 
den i" Jan. 1737, etc., etc. P. Wittschut. (A drawing.) 

1541. Iterum. 

1542. MS. Limiten Carte des Emblands abgemessen 
Anno 1738 und aufgetragen durch J. K. Berteling. . . . 
(A drawing.) 

1543. Kaart van West-Vlieland . . . met deszelfs Dyken, 
Duynen en Stranden, doorgebroken Gat in den Dyk, en daar 
omtrent gelegene Plaaten, zoo als die zig rriet Laag Water 
vertoonen met een Nieuw Project. . . . Gemeeten en gete- 
kent in 1756, door my J. Harge. 

1544. Plan en Profil van 't doorgebroken gat op West- 
vlieland. 1756. 

1545. Profil-Kaart, Concept-versorgingvan den Lekkendyk 
boonen Dams. 1761. 

1546. Aanteekening van het Laagste Water, in ieder 
etmaal in de onderstaande vyftien jaaren, en de gemiddelte 
laagte van het zelve in 54 jaaren, van 1701 tot 1749 incl. en 
van 1766 tot 1770 incl. . . . uit de Registers van het Water- 
Comptoir . . . door D. v. A. 

1547. Iterum. 

1548. Aanteekening der Winden welken in ieder half et — 
maal 't meest gewaaid hebben te Amsterdam. [1701-1770] 
uit dezelfde Registers waar uit het hoogste en laagste Water 
in het in dezelfde jaaren, is aangetekend door D. v. A. 

1549. t' Ambacht van Hillegersberg, en t' Ambacht van 
Bleyswyk (uit de Generale Caart van 't Hoogheem raadschap 
van Schieland). Actum Rotterdam, 1770. D. Smits. 

1550. Chart of the Channels, etc., in the neighbourhood 
of Werkendam, 1769. 

1 55 1. Beschouwing van Hollands Waterstat. 

1552. 1553- Two Maps (one in duplicate) of part of the 
district represented in No. 1525 ; but the Channels, etc, , 
belong to a different period. 

Portfolio XXIV. 

Contains 17 sheets of engravings belonging to some i 
Collection of Travels. There is also a view of the Monastery i 
of St. Mary at Vallombrosa in 4 sheets (1750), and "Lej 
Plan General du Jardin de M. le Comte de Neidhard i '■ 
Krichen en Silesia," in 4 sheets. ' 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 527 



Portfolio XXY., Plans of Cities and Towns. 

1554. Urbium Londini et West Monasterii necnon Sub- 
urbii Southwark accurata Ichnographia. . . . Ad normam 
prototypi Londinensis . . . curis Homann. Hered. (3 sheets). 
\circa, 1736]. 

1555. Nouveau Plan de la Ville, Cit^ et University de 
Paris . . . par M. Roussel. Paris, 1738. 

1556. Plan of Paris and the adjacent Countr}', in which is 
contained a Description of the Villages, Seats, Great Roads, 
and others. Valleys, Woods, Vineyards, Plowd and Pasture 
Lands. Surveyd by Mr. Roussel, Capt. Ingineer, etc., to 
the Most Christian King . . . reduced to the same scale as 
that of London . . . publ. in 16 sheets ... by Mr. John 
Rocque. 1748. 

1557. Paris. Grav6 par P. F. Tardieu. 

1558. Londinum . . . per RL Seutter. Aug. Vind. 

1559. Londres (avec le Bourg de Southwark). 

1560. Vienna, Austriae. 

1561. Iterum. Amstelod., ap. Covens et Mortier. 

1562. Veteris et Modernse Urbis Rcjmae Ichnographia . . . 
cura et sumt. M. Seutteri. . . . Augustani. 

1563. Roma. . . . Ichnographia ... a Leonardo Bufalino 
Ligneis formis evulgatam, servata proportione contractam 
atque aeri incisam Jo. Bapta Nolli geometra et Architect 
Novocom. . . . Romae, 1748. 

1564. Rome. Grav6 par P. F. Tardieu. 

1565. Plan Geometrico y Historico de la Villa de Madrid 
y BUS Contornos (4 sheets). Paris, chez le Sieur Julien. 

1566. Madrid. Grav6 par P. F. Tardieu. 

1567. Plan de la Ville de Brusselles avec la Situation, les 
Retranchemens et Campemens des Armies Alliez sous le 
Comm. de Sa Maj. Britaunique au mois d'Aout Tan 1697 
(2 fF.). 

1568. Venetia. 

1569. Iterum. 

1570. Neapolis. 

1571. Amstelodami Veteris et Novissima Urbis delineatio. 

1572. Tabula Roterodami Novissima. Edit. Carolo Allard. 

1573. Nieuwe Platte Grond van de Stad Rotterdam. . . . 
Amsterd., chez H. de Leth. 1733. 

1574. Plan de la Ville de Varsovie. . . . Lev6 par ordre de 
C. E. M. le Comte Bielinski. Par M. P. Ricaud de Tirre- 
gaille, L* Col. et Ingen. (4 ff.). 1762. 

1575. Plan de Constantinople de son Port Canal et 
Environs. M. Seutter. Aug. V. 

1576. Byzantium nunc Constantinople. 



528 CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS, MAPS, ETC. 



1577. Naaukeurige Aftekening van . . . Koppenhagen; 
met de Aftekening van de Swaren Brand op den 20 Oct. en 
volg. Dagen A° 1728. R. en J. Ottens. Amsterd. 

1578. Nouveau Plan de la Ville de Luxembourg . . . avec 
tous les Ouvrages qu'on y trouve jusqu'a I'an 1744. 
Amsterd., Covens et Mortier. 

1579. Plan Geom. de la Ville de Lyon . . . par Claude 
Serancourt, verifi^ et oriente par le R. P. Gr6gorie de Lyon. . . . 
1735- 

1580. Plan desVilles Citadelle et Fauxbourgs de Nancy 

Par C. Mique. . . . 1778. 

1 58 1. Plan of Geneva with the adjacent Parts. By Peter 
Martel. 1743. 

1582. Plan de la Ville et Citadelle de Turin. Assieg^es 
par I'Arm^e de France, le 3' Juin 1706 et secourues . . . le 
7" Sept. de la meme annde. A la Haye, chez R. C. Alberts. 

1583. Veiie de la Ville de Turin et de ses Environs 
Dessin6e du Coste de la Montagne. . . . Paris. 

1584. Turin. Paris, chez S"' de Fer. 

1585. Praghe. Fred, de Wit excudit. 

1586. Belgradium sive Alba Graeca . . . par M. Seutter. 
Aug. Vind. 

1587. Plan der Gegend und Grundriss der Vestung Bel- 
grad. Niirnberg . . . beij Adam Jonathan Felssecken. 

1588. Grundriss der . . . Stadt Nurnberg. . . , Offic. 
Homann. 1732. 

15S9. Norinberga vulgo Nurmberg. 

1590. Colonia Agrippina. 

1591. Iterum. F. de Wit exc. Amstelodami. 

1592. Augusta Vindelicorum. Augspurg. 

1593. Lunsebergum. 

1594. Francofurtum. Franckfurt. 

1595. Brema. 

1596. Erphordia. Erfurt. 

1597. Breslaw. 

1598. Banbergse Episcopalis in Franconia . . . typus. 

1599. Monasterium. IVIunster. 

1600. Iterum. Amstelod., Covens et Mortier. 

1601. Ulm. 

1602. Darstellung des Grundrisses und Prospectes der . . . 
Stadt Halle. J. B. Homann. Niirnberg. 

1603. Iterum. 

1604. Tridentum. # 

1605. Hildesia. Hildesheim. ^ 

1606. Heusden (2 copies). 

1607. Gonda. Joh. Blaeu. ^ 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. 529 



1608. Nieuwe platte grond van de Stad Enckhuysen. Amst., by 

H. de Leth. 

1609. Plasschendaele. 

1610. Bononia. 

161 1. Stada. 

1 61 2. Mayland . . . nebst, . . . Plans der iibrigen fiirnehmsten 

Maylandischen Vestungen.. . . OflBc. Homann. 1734. 

1613. Lucca. 

1 6 14. Thionville. . . . Amst.. Covens et Mortier. 

1615. Colding Schlos und Stat. 

16 1 6. Clundert. 

1 61 7. Goeree. 

1618. Hoeckelum. 

1 61 9. Leerdam. 

1620. Asperen. 

1 62 1. Costantz am Bodenzee. 

1622. Plan des Palais de Sanssouci lev6 et dessin^ sous I'appro- 

bation de Sa Majesty. Par F. Z. Saltzman, Jardinier 
du Roi. 

1623. S. Salvador. 

1624. MS. Plan de la Ville d'Asoph. ... (a Drawing.) 

1625. MS. Plan de la Ville d'Otzakoff prise d'assaut par I'Arm^e 

Russienne I'ann^e 1737. (A Drawing.) 

1626. Naerden. Plans and views (4). 

1627. Gouda, two plans. 

1628. Leiden. Eight Views of private mansions near Leiden 

(water colour drawings). 

1629. Designs for a monument to the Earl of Portland, to be 

erected at Roon. By D. Marot (two plates). 

1630. Views of sumptuous gardens in the neighbourhood of 

Augsburg. C. Remshart Sculpsit. 

1 63 1. Ground Plan and Elevation of Vreden-burch. 



2M 



510 ADDENDA TO CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 



ADDENDA TO THE CATALOGUE OF 
MANUSCRIPTS. 



1692 
Sanskrit.- 

1693 
Sanskrit.- 


4i" X 3*"- 

—Bhagavadgita. "\^ 

9l" X 4^"- 
—Cri-Koka Castra. 



With coloured pictures. 



1694 4to, s. xvi. 

Servian. — Form of Service of Vespers with several 

Psalms. 
Translation of the "Confessio Belgica." 
Short Instruction in the Christian Faith inquestion 

and answer. 

(In the same volume with No. 1684.) 

1695 4to. 

Extracts on the number Seven in Irish books 
(Reeves). 

1696 fol. 

Detached notes on the number Seven (Reeves). 

1697 fol. 

Papers relating to the Church of Ireland, 163 1— 1639. 
From the originals in the State Paper Office, 
Lambeth Library, and the British Museum. 

These Papers (which consist chiefly of letters from 
Bramhall to Laud) were published in 1874 with Preface by 
Evelyn Philip Shirley. The present copy is in proof with 
collation of the originals, and large MS. additions by 
Bp. Reeves, who has also supplied copious Indexes to the 
names both personal and local. 



Z TBRA RY OF TRINITY COLL EGE, D UBLIN. 5 3 1 



Inserted are: a letter of Bramhall to Laud, dated Aug. 10, 
1633; and Orders relating to Christ Church Cathedral by 
the Lord Deputy and Council, Nov. z8, 1633, extracted 
from the 'Church Review' of Sept. 25, 1869. 



1698 4to, s. XV., ff. 8. 

Irish. — Fragment of a Medical Treatise treating of 
surgical cases and diseases of the head. 

Begins : Pro cecundo capitulo huins tctatus- 

1699 +to, membr.. s. xv., flf. 8. 

Irish. — Theological Treatises. 

1. A Treatise on Confession, inc.: *ap 

iar-]^o na \^ cum^ill Deaj oliji pan 
paipibfn DO bee mci mop aoep Sang 
Uomap super quartam scientiarum 
distinccionem.' 

2. Of particular sins. 

3. • Incipit liber santelium sentenciarum. 

De caritate . . .' 

4. * oeic mipbuile cuipp Cpifr anD-]^o pip* 

5. Inc. : ' an umla co n-a hingeanaib anD-po 

rr-' 

6. Specimens of versification, inc. : In 

pannuiDeacc rhoip. 

7. Inc. : ' Uainic ceo rapum cpeioeurh.* 

(In No. 667). 

1700 fol. chart., s. xix. 

The Homily on St. Patrick from the Leabher Breac, 
transcribed by W. M. Hennessy. With English 
translation. 

2 M2 



532 ADDENDA TO CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 

1701 4to, s. xix. 

Irish. — A scribbling book containing the following 
poems in O' Donovan's handwriting: — 
A Dream, ' Ni paoa bfo]^ aip a leaba.' 

* penlabaipu Caco aip Oomapbuacc an annia/ 

* 61 eile ajam Yt>ut) bpeab mo peim.' 

* Ua y^oijeaoa le y^ofllpib 50 oof^peac am' caob 

fO.' 

* lap lui6e \\o\ . . . mo leabaib apeip 6am.' 

With translations. 

1702 fol., s. xix., if. 109. 

The Consuetudinariiim of St. Osmund of Sarum. 
Copied by Dr. J. H. Todd (formerly Librarian 
T. C. D.) from the MS. in the Library of the 
University of Cambridge. 

1703 

The Origin, Progress, and Completion of the Grattan 

Statue. Compiled by the Hon. John P. Vereker. 

Consists of Letters, copies of Minutes of Committee, etc. 
Presented by the Compiler, 1884. 

1704 4to chart., s. xv. 

Gualteri Mape ; Apocalypsis invectiva in omnes status 

ecclesiae, seu Rhithmi in Apocalypsin Goliae 

Haymonis Episcopi Memoria, seu Christianarum 

rerum Enchiridion ; inc. ' Quantum eruditionis 

quicunque . . .' 
Varronis Proverbia, inc. : * Dii essemus nisi morere- 

mur.' 
Collatio inter Senecam et Lucilium de amico fido; 

inc. ' Lucius Annaeus Seneca cum quadam die 

in penetralibus.' 
Exhortatio ad Senatum ad praecavendos dolos 

Simonidis ; inc. ' Ad vos cives Romani, ad vos 

cultores iusticiae. 
De Fabula Phaethontis 



LIBRARY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN. S33 

1705 fol. chart., s. xviii. 

William Wogan's Declaration and Testimony con- 
cerning the Publication of the Earl of Clarendon's 
History of the Rebellion. 

Sworn loth April, 1744, being a duplicate of the like 
sworn 1 6th Feb., 1744, at the request of the University of 
Oxford. Presented to the University of Dublin by the 
hands of the Rev. Dr. Delany. 

1706 

Alckmaarse Lusthoff van Tulpaanen, ofte Verkooping 
van een Partey Tulpaanen, binnen Alckmaar den 
5 February 1637. Sixty- three coloured draw- 
ings of Tulips, with prices. 

Several price lists, printed and MS., of Tulips and other 
bulbs, are inserted, some bearing dates 1707, 1708, 171 1. 
From the Fagal Library. 

1707 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Fagelianae, ordine alphabetico 
dispositus, labore et autographo Johannis Barrett, 
S.T.P. 

1708 fol., s. xix. 

Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Bibliotheca 
Collegii SS. Trin. juxta Dublin. Curante 
Henrico J. IMonck Mason, LL.D. 5 tom. 

Compiled by Dr. Monck Mason for the Commissioners of 
Pnblic Records in Ireland, with a view to publication. In 
cataloguing the Irish MSS. he employed the services of 
Mr. O'Reilly. When the work was completed, and this 
rough copy submitted to the Commissioners, they from 
motives of economy declined to carry out the agreement, of 
which unfortunately there was no written record. Dr. Mason 
ultimately (in 1833) handed over his MS. to Trinity College. 

1709 fol. membr. purp. litteris argenteis. s.v. i\"-k']^". 
f. I. 

Fragmentum Evang. S. Matth. (xiii. 13—23). Latine. 

A fragment of the Codex Palatinus. See Par Palimpses- 
torum Dublinensium. Dublin, 1800. 






534 ADDENDA TO CATALOGUE OF MANUSCRIPTS. 



1710 

Letters, chiefly to and from Sir Thos. Larcom, Under- 
Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant, relating to 
Orange Processions and other Irish affairs. 

These are inserted here and there in a large collection 
of extracts from newspapers and magazines, bequeathed to 
the Library by Sir Thos. Larcom in 1879. 

1711 

A roll, containing the names of Students in the 
Senior Sophister Class in Easter Term, 1685, 
with the judgments obtained by each at the 
Examination. Amongst the names are those of 
Swift (afterwards Dean of St. Patrick's), Chandler 
(afterwards Bishop of Durham) , and Wilson (after- 
wards Bishop of Sodor and Man). 

Presented by Mr- John Forster, the biographer of Swift. 



GENERAL INDEX TO THE CATALOGUE. 



This Index supplies some (unimportant) omissions in the Catalogue in the enumeration o 
the contents of Miscellaneous Collections. Hence the reader will sometimes find 
an item registered here which is not mentioned under the number referred to. Such 
items are marked with t. The heavy-faced figures refer to the Catalogue numbers. 
The ordinary figures refer to the sub-divisions of the Catalogue number. 



Abarzoza, In Log. Aristot., 879. 

Abbanus, St., 175, 2, 3. 

Abbo, Vita Edmundi R., 172. 

Abdias, 737. 

Abdilazith, 368 sg. 

Abergavenny, 862, 14. 

Abgarus, Epistola, 347, 1614, 3. 

Abil Kasim, 1533. 

Abraham and Isaac, Miracle Play, 
432. 

Abu 'Abdullah Mohammed ibn Soli- 
man, 1532. 

Abu Bekr 'Abdulla, 1522. 

Abu Fadhail, 1527, 2. 

Abu'lFaraj, 1503 sg. 

Abul-Fazl, 1683 sq. 

Accounts, Commissioners' Report, 
1039, 2. 

, Public (Ireland), 1623— 1683, 

672; 1694-1721, 1179. 

Acephalis, Epistolae de, 200. 

Achatius, S., 174. 

Achmed ibn 'Abdullah, 1630, 2. 

AdSb-i-Xeraaz, 1582. 

Adalgisius, S., 1110. 

Adam, Historia Adae et Evae, 509. 

, Comment envoia Seth, 951. 

Adam de Stockton, 115. 

Adam Carthus. Sermo, 281. 

Adamnan, Shrine, 1079, 4 ; Life, 1115 ; 
Canon, 1106, 17, 1137. 

and Finnachta, 1106, 16. 

, Life of Columba, 1097, i,1105. 

, Visions, 1106, 14, 1116, 1317, 

59. De Locis Sanctis, 1113 sg. 

Adams, Wm., 293. 



tAdamus de Nutzarde ; Neutrale, 424. 
Adare, Annales Fratrum de, 681, 15. 
Adrian IV., Bulla de Hib., 680, 15. 
Aedh, 1106, 12, 1135, 3. 
Aegidius, de Urina, 369. 
Aelred, Vita Edwardi R., 172. 
Aeneas Parisiensis, 236, 2. 
Aenigmata, 148, 5, t879. 
Aengus the Culdee, Mothers of Saints, 

1059, I. 
Aengus the Culdee, Felire, 1069 sq. 
Aesopus (Syriac), 1505. 
Aetatibus Mundi, de, inc. " Te prece, 

te votis," fin., "dissolvi cupiunt 

came Deumque sequi," 689. See 

Poems. 
Aethicus Cosmographicus, 871. 
Agape, St., 171. 
Agapete, St., 178. 
Agnes, St., 319. 
Agnesd, Atlas, 917. 
Aileranus, S., 1138. 
Aldus, St., 580, 24. 
Akbar Nameh, 1580. 

, Institutes of, 1586. 

, Letters, 1683 sg. 

Akhlak i Nasiri, 1581. 

Alan, Card., 580, 8. 

Alan, Abp., 549, 554, 664, 1060, 4, 

1061. 
Alanus, Insulensis, De Nominibus, 430. 

, Regulae, 275, 6. 

, de Podio, Enchiridion, 427, 2. 

Alba, Men of, 1079, i. 

Alban, St., 177. 

Albert, Archduke, 862, i. 



53^' 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Albertanus, 327, 438, 619, 

Albeus, S. Vita, 175, 2, 3, 1094. 

Albinus, St., 171. 

Albinus (Bern.), Dictata, 938. 

Albumazar, 369, 399. 

Alcabitius, 368, 369. 

Alchemy, 389, 401, 631, 684. 

tAlcock, Dr. ; de modo colorandi 

terminos sermonis, 424. 
Aldgate, Convent at, 1208. 5, 21, 58. 
Alexander III., Papa Epp., 680, 25. 
Alexander, St., 171. 
Alexander Magnus, Epist., 229, 

448. 

, Profectio v. Paradisum, 632. 

, Quomodo adoravit nomen 

Domini, 517. 

, Life, in metre, 213. 

Alexander de Catharis, 200. 

t[Alexil Aristeni Epistolarum Canon. 

Synopsis], 220. 
Alexius, St., 173. 
Alfonso of Castile, Canones Astron., 

369. 
tAlfred of Beverley, ex ejus Deflora- 

tionibus Galfridi, 786. 
Alfred, Testamentum, 574. 
Algorismus, 367, 375, t422 (metrice), 

441. 
"Ali ibn Rudhwan, 441 i 
Alkindus, 368. 
Allington, Sir Giles, 680, 26. 
' Almyghty God, in Trynyte,' 423. 
Altar, on bowing to. Dr. Middle - 

twaite, 732. 
Altissiodorensis (Gilb.), 124. 

(Guil.), 149, 2. 

Aluina, abbatissa, 176. 

Alured, 432, 545, 5. 

Alvey (Provost), 233, 3, 659. 

tAmalarius de varietate Sabbatorum 

post Pascha, 187. 
Amalberga, 174. 
Ambassadors, Cotton on Proceedings 

against, 545, 10, 867, 3. 

, Mass-houses of, 806, 32. 

Amboyna, case of, 863, 17. 
tAmbrosius, St., Homiliae in Lucam, 

iv. 38 et v. 17, 187. 



Ambrun Diocese, Waldensians in, 265. 
Amelius, De Amico et Amelio, 332. 
America, Spanish Proceedings in 

(s. xvii.), 959. Spanish Dis- 
coveries, 1453. 
Amphibalus, S., 177. 
Anachoretarum Regula, 97. 
Anastasius, B., de Nomine Rufini, 

255, 5. 
Anastasius, De Vitis Rom. Pontif., 

779. 
Anastasius Exiguus, De Synodo Nic. 

2'!^, 236, 4. 
Anatomy ; De Arte Anat., 427, 4. 
Anchoretes in Dublin, 1207, 26. 
Andreas, Bern., De Hen. VII., 664. 
Andreas, Joh., de Hieronymo, 205. 

, Summa, 278, 3. 

Andreas Cretensis in Nativ. B.V.M., 

231, 2. Inc. SiaXAoTTouera (col. 

8 1 7 A, Migne). Expl. kxupoHTms 

(820 B, Migne Patr. Gr., vol. 97). 
Andreas, S., De miraculis ejus, 174. 
Andrews, Dean, about Canons, 

1038, 5. 
Andrews, Lancelot, 284. 
Anglesey, Earl of, his Accounts, 

808, 26. 
Angleterre, Histoire d', 600 sq. 
t' Anglia transmittet leopardum,' 172. 
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 631. 

Canons, 780. 

Anna, St., t428, 959. 

Annals of Multifeniam, 347. 

Annals of the Four Masters, Index, 

1084, 1086. 
Annales, 674, 578, 804. 
Annales Fratrum de Adare, 581, 15. 
Anselmus, Meditationes, 251, 2 ; De 

Vita B. V. M., De X. prseceptis, 

De Conf., 332; De Cogitatione, 

423 ; fProslogion, 277. 
Antichrist ; De Antichristo et xv. 

signis, 609, 951. 
Antiphonarium, 82, 100, 101, 109, 1192. 
Antiphonae, 119, 195. 
Antonini Itinerarium, 574. 
tAntonius Panormitanus, Epistolae, 

422. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



537 



Antony, St., 178, 176, 4, 319. 

Antrim, Earl, Rental (1690). 1059, 4, 6. 

, MiHtia, 1178. 

Anvir i Suhaili, 1678. 
" Aperite portam," 281. 
Aphorismical Discovery, 846. 
Aphorisms relating to Ireland (printed), 

1181, 9. 
Apocalypse, Commentaries, 110, 138, 

139, 143, 5, 207, 4, 697, 716. 

, Jos. Mede, 138. 

, Rabanus, 332. 

, Wyclif, 69, 2. 

, Hebrew, 287, 6. 

, Syriac, 1609. 

, Latine, 64. 

Apocrypha, 312, 347, 604, 737, 961. 
Apron against Breeches, 863, 12. 
AquavUla, Nich. de, Sermones, 204. 
Aquilae Prophetiae, 614, 616. 
Arabic MSS., 1614 sqq., 1678. 
Arbogastus, S., 1110. 
Arbre des Batailles, 262, I. 
Archbishops, Rights of, 1038, 7. 
Archideaconi, De potestate et officio, 

626. 
Archidiaconi in Hibemia, 804, 1. 
Ardstratha, Eccl. de, 678. 
Aristobulus Apostolius, 373, 4. 
Aristotle, Comment, on, 272, 872, 

406, 406, 437, 445. 

-, De Secretis Seer., 436. 

, tDe :Meteori5, 369. 

, Ad Alexandr., 184, 2, 331, 

516, 517. 

, Physiognomia, Lat., t369, 616. 

Arjona, Villa de, 969. 
Armada, The, 578. 
Armagh, Sur\ey, 582. 

, Dimissiones Terramm, 582. 

, Lands seized by O'Xeil, 77. 

, Primacy, 580, 13, 582, 1038, 7. 

, Obits of Abps., 882. 

, Abps.' Registers, 557, 658. 

, Taxing, 808, 5. 

, Temporalities, 865, 1040. 

, Cistercian Constitutions, 580, 

20. 
Armachanus, see Fitzralph. 



Armachiae Ars, 375. 

Arms (Military), supply from Holland, 

etc., 1180, 51, 58. 
Arms, TreaUses of, 636, 801, 7, 9. 
Arms of divers Families, 456—477, 501, 

523, 633, 634, 636, 639, 663, 772, 

807, II, 19, 20, 1220, 1221. 

, King of, 807, 16, 17. 

, First foundation of office, 661. 

, Letters of Kings of, temp. 

Hen. Yin. (nz. : Benold and 

Wriothesley), 601. 
Army Payments, 650; Arrears, 808, 

21; Accounts, 1180, 19, etc. 

, Lists, 670, 670*, 808, 11, 851, 6. 

Marches, 866, 3. 

, Abuses in, 1180, 27, 35. 

Arons Saga, 996. 

Ars Moriendi, 191, 4, 641. 

, block-book, 272. 

t Arschotanus Dux, Carmina de eo, 298. 

tArthur, King, De ejus ossibus, 616. 

Arthur, Prince, christening of, 484. 

Artur Saga, 1015. 

Articuli Eccles. Angl., 1562, 637. 

Ashbum family papers, 1207. 

Aston, Sir W., Memorial, 645, li. 

Astrolabe, 403. 

Astrologica, 368, 369, 375, 382, 397, 

399, 434, 441, 444, 631, 632. 
Astronomica, 373, 382-387, 392, 396, 

397, 443, 444, 447, 794. 
Athanasian Creed, Lat., 91; Engl., 70, 

195, 5 ; Mathem. Parallel, 1205, 3. 
Athanasius, Epist., sopraffTiicfi, Ad 

Ruffinianum, 200. 
Athelwold's Testam., 574. 
Augsbm-g Confession, 196, I. 
Augustine, St.. in Gen., 123. 

, Ad Hieronymum, 422. 

, De transitu Hieronj-mi, 281. 

, Sententiae, 97, tll7. 

, in Psalmos, 223. 

, Expos. Orat. Dom., 281. 

, Regula, 97, 321, 330, 847, 

349. 432. 576 

, De Di\Tnis Officiis, etc., 848. 

, Contra Faust, xi, 281. 



— , De Civ. Dei, xxi, 281. 



538 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Augustine, St., fDe dignitate Sacer- 

dotis, 423. 
, De diligendo Deo, 'Vigili 

cura,' 281. 

, De Op. Monach., 279. 

, De Igne Purgatorio, 341. 

, De conflictu virtutum et vitio- 

rum, 277. ' Apostolica vox cla- 

mat.' 

, De Animse Immort., 341. 

, De Exitu Animse, 341. 

, De Spiritu et An., 218. 

-, De planctu B. Virginis, t326. 



' Quis dabit capiti meo.' 
— — - — , Resp. ad Orosium, 218. 

, Speculum peccatoris, ' Uti- 

nam superent,' tl53, 281, 301, 321. 

, Vita a Possidio, 45, i. 

, Flores Augustini, 614. 

, Sermones, tl74, 187, 228, 877, 

281, 301, 321, 423 :— 
tl74. De S. Vincentio, 'In pas- 
sione quae nobis hodie recitata 
est.' ' Vincentii Martins sancti 
fortissimam.' 

In natali S. Stephani, ' Quo- 
niam vides nostras disput.' 
tl87. 'Lectiones evangelicae de 
domini nostri Jesu Christi 
resurrectione sollempniter.' 

'Confitemini domino quo- 
niam bonus . . . cum alias os 
nostrum.' 

* Liberatoris nostri piscatio 
nostra est liberatio.' 

' Secundum evang. Johannem 
multa scripta sunt.' 

'Narratio resurrectionis do- 
mini nostri Jesu Christi sec. 
Joh. evang.' 

De Resurrectione; De Die 
Judicii ; In Dom. 3 post 
Pasch. ; Ex Comm. in Dom. 
4 post Pasch. 

* Reddendi Sermonis offi- 
cium.' 

' Hoc quod videtis.' 
' Passionem vel resurrectionem 
domini.' 



Augustine, St., Sermones, 187, 226, 
227, 881, 301, 321, 423 :— 

' Pascha Christi dilectissimi.' 

* Festivae festivitates istae.' 
In fer. 5 ; In fer, 6. 

De Confessione. 

' Audivimus nos.' 

' Quoniam jejuniorum.' 

Ex Comm. ejus. 

In oct. ascensionis duo. 

Ex Comm. in die Pent. 

In die Pent. duo. 

Ex Comm. in fer. 2. 

Ex Comm. in fer. 3. 

' Festivitas praesens.* 

Ex Comm. fer. 4. 

De fide et symbolo : ' Multa 
quidem et frequenter ' ; ' Osten- 
dimus, fratres dilectissimi ' ; 
' Hucusque fratres dilectissimi 
de deo patre ' ; ' Ordinem sim- 
boli ' ; ' Universalis ecclesia 
congaudet.' 

' Super fabricam totius eccle- 
siae.' 

' Quaeso vos fratres carissimi 
ut expositionem.' 

' Accipite regulam fidei.' 

' Catholice fidei fidissimum 
fundamentum ' (qu. Fulgentii 
Ruspensis). 

* Simbolum reddidistis quo 
breviter.' 

' Beatus apostolus tempora 
ista.' 
226, I. Sermones 89 de verbis 

Domini sec. Matth. Luc. Joh. 
277. ' Si diligenter attenditis 

fratres ' (de beatitudinibus). 
281. ' Qui divinarum Scripturarum 
multiplicem.' 

'Nichil sic placet Deo quo- 
modo.' 
801. ' Nichil sic Deo placet.' 

'Qui divinarum Scriptura- 
rum.' 

' Non sine causa est.* 

* Gaudeamus fratres car, co- 
piosum.' 



GENERAL INDEX. 



539 



Augustine, St., Sermones, 301, 321, 
423:— 

' Post regolas fidei evangeKco 
dogmate.' 

'Ad interrogata de Vir- 
ginis . . .' 
321. ' Legimus sanctum Moysen 
populo Dei.' 

' Vos inquam convenio o 
iudaei.' 

Sermones (25) ad fratres in 
eremo. Primus inc. ' Audistis 
fr. car. sanctissimos reges.' 1 
Ult. inc. 'Quia in hac vasta ' 
solitudine.' ! 

423. ' Oportet vos fratres ut totae ! 
mentis.' 

' O veneranda sacerdotum dig- 
nitas.' 
Augustine, On the conversion of the 
English by, 492. 

, Miracula, 332. 

Aulus Gellius, 602. 

Aungier's Concordance, 170. 

Aungier, Lord, 808, 14. 

' Aurea versifice patet hie tibi regula ', 

216. 
Aver}', Safe Conduct, 643. 

, Letters and Despatches, 707. 

^Avicennse Physiognomia, 869. 
AxteU, Col., Trial, 844, 26. 
A'zam ibn Sayyid Vail, 1599. 

B. (I.), Letter to Donne and elegy on 

King James, 652. 
Babylon, Romish, Fall of. 631. 
Bacon, Roger, Opus Majus, 381. 
Bacon, Sir X., Speeches, 521. 
Bacon, Lord Chanc, Advice to Coke, 

with other papers, 734. 
, On ofl5ce of Compos, for 

Alienations, 723, 807, 10. 
, On Naturalization of Scots, 

860, 5. 
, Poem, 'The world 's a bubble,' 

877. 
Baddisworth, De Veterranis, 801, 7. 
Bagnall, Sir Hen., 578. 
, Defeat at Blackwater, 1209, 35. 



Bagshaw, Edw., On legality of the 

Canons, 857, i. 
Bahia (1625), 959. 
Bainbridge, John, 382 sqq., 794. 
Baitheneus, S., Vita, 1097, 2. 
Bale, Bishop of Ossorj-, 842, 10. 
tBallintober, E Reg., 653. 
Ballymote, Book of, extracts transl., 

1106. 
Ballj'shannon, 1077. 
Balnea, Henr. de, Speculum Spirit., 

271. 
Bandon Bridge, 1209, 39 sqq. 
Barbadoes, 738. 
Barbara, S., 185, 95. 
Barber Surgeons. 1447. 
Barnabas, S., Passio, et Sermo in 

laudem ejus ; ' Redemptor et 

salvator noster,' 174. 
Baroccius, De globo Coel., 880, 2. 

Libb. editi ab eo, 390. 
Baroccian Library, 361. 
Baron, Petrus, De Fato, 596. 
Barrack Masters, 1179, 12. 
Barrow (Isaac), Euclid, 394. 
Bany (Gerald), Conquest of Ireland, 

692, 693. 
Barsahbi, 1510, 1512. 
Bartholomaeus, S., 319. 

, Anglicus, See Glanville. 

Basil. Concilii Acta, 255. 

Basil, St., Discourses, 185; Epist. 

Canon, i, 2, 3; ad Amphi- 

lochimn ; ad Diodorum, 200 ; 

Life, 1531. 
,t De Utilit. ex Gentium Scr., 

873, 10; irepi T1TA.0U Kal xp^''"" 

afiaprjifiaTuv, 220. 
-, Cappadoc, De vita regenda. 



812. 

Basilide, St., 173. 

Basilissa, S., 174. 

Bastwck, Proceedings against, 641. 

Baughe, Thos., 577. 

' Beatissimus Nemo,' 516. 

Beaufoy, Benj., Sketches, 941. 

Beaumont, Sir John, 237. 

, Fr., Poem, 877. 

Becket, Abp., 630. 



540 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Becket, Abp., and Henry II. (Ice- 
landic), 1022. 

, see S. Thomas Cantuar. 

Beda, Ven., Hist. Eccl., 492. 

, Tabulae Calend., 97. 

, De Situ Jerusalem, 496. 

, De obitu ejus, 492. 

— , Marty rologium, 194, 4 ; Vita, 

+786. 

, Homil., 116, 187. 

116. ' Accepturus Johannes evan- 
gelista.' 

* Vigilias nobis hujus sanc- 
tissimae noctis.' 
187. ' Vigilias nobis, etc' 

' Expos, in Evang. Johannis.' 
Hom. in Lect. Evang. sec. 
Lucam.' 

' . . . sec. Matthaeum.' 
' . . . sec. Johannem.' 
In Dom. 3 post 8 Pasch. 
Ex Comment, ejus. 
In Rogationibus. 
In Dom. infra 8 Ascensionis. 
In Sabbato Pentecost. 
Ex Comm. fer. 5 Pent, 
Hom. fer. 6 Pent. 
Bedel, Bp., Letters, 680, 19. 
Bedwell, Guil., Diet. Arab, etc., 198. 
Belfast Militia, 1178. 
fBellarminus, De ejus erroribus, 291. 
Benedicti, S., Regula, 97, 194, 3. 
Benedictines of St. Maur, Reeves' 

History, 1124, sqq. 
fBenedictus XII., Papa, super aposta- 

tis revocandis, 97. 
Benefices in Ireland, Value from 29 

Hen. VII., 667. See 1697. 
Benevolences, 858, 4. 
Benignus, Julius, 682. 
Benjamin, de Statu Religionis, 277. 
Benold's Visitation, 807, 13, 1214. 

, See Arms, 501. 

Berengarius, De Sacramento, 234, I. 
Beresford, Hen. and John, Collections, 

680, 681. 
Berkeley, Bp., Principles, rough draft 

with corrections, 463. 
, Sermon, 463. 



•f Berkeley, Bp., Two letters (in Moly- 

neux' papers), 889. 
Bemardus, S., Epistolae, 422 (ad Gil- 

bertum, ep. Lond.), 604 (ad Ray- 

mundum) . 

, Medit., 148, 3, 277, 332, 423. 

, De compass. B. V. M., 277. 

, De dolore B. V. M., 301. 

, De diligendo Deo, 281. 

, In Cant. Cant., 281. 

, De Conscientia, 321, 619. 

, De superfluitate, 301. 

, De Passione Domini, 277. 

, Scala, 216, 4. 

, Spec. Peccatoris, tl63, 821, 

281. 
-, Excerpta, 301, 362. 



, Sermones de Angelis, 281. 

, Homiliae, 187, 301, 326. 

tl87. ' Accepimus ab apostolo 
habitare Christum.' 

' Sicut in corpore medicina.' 

301. Hom. super ' Missus est 
Gabriel,' et super ' Ave Maria.' 
' De superfluitatibus.' 
' Quare diligendus est Deus.' 
* De lamentatione B. V. M.' 
Bertenschaups, R. P. F, N., 1056. 
Bertius, Pet., 143, i. 
Bertramus seu Ratramnus, 180, 236, 

3, 239, I. See Ratramnus. 
Betune, Ian Petit de, 966. 
Beza, Theodore, 1461. 
Bhagavadgita, 1624 sq. ; 1692 sq. 
Biblical MSS., Hebrew, 18 sqq. 1498. 

, Greelf, 27 sqq. 

, Latin, 36 sqq. 

, English, 66 sqq. 

Bingham, Sir Rich., in Connaught, 

681, 25, 734, 845, 2. 
Biorns k Skardsaa, Annales, 999. 
Birne. See McPheagh. 
Bishops, English, to 1618, 806, 19. 
, Irish, Catalogues, 668; 790, 

from 1535, 1166 sq. Ware's 

Lives, 1120. 
, Duties, etc., by Wolley, 



1044. 

— , Authority of, 1046, 8. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



54» 



Bishops, Records of Consecr. Irish, 

Scottish, American, 1166, i sqq. 

, of Rome, 1168. 

Bishopricks in Ireland, Patents, 

1672-1683, 672; Appointments, 

1660-1671, 1218, 3. 
in England, Valuation, 638, 

801, 4. 
Blackwater Fort and defeat of Bagnall, 

1209, 34 sq. 
Blake, Sir R., Speech, 844, u. 
Blanc, Theoph., Sermons, 1174. 
Blemmydas, 373, 2. 
Blondel, Ph. Proces de, 1147, 11. 
Boccaccio, Philostrato, 957. 

, De mulieribus cl. 343. 

Boccalini, Trajan, Parnassus, S45, 2. 

Bodley, Sir Thos., Life, 734. 

, Josiah, Journey in Ulster ( 1 602) , 

1087. 
Boethius, Varia, 441. 

, Arithmetica, 1442. 

tBohemonim Epistola, temp. Cone. 

Basil., 775. 
Bois-le-Duc, Siege (1629), 806, 39. 
Boleyn, Anne, Coronation, 518. 
Bolle, Pedigree, 543. 
Bolsec, Proces de, 1 159. 
Bolton, Sir R., Declaration, etc., 647, 

843, 4, 860, 2. 
Bonaventura, Medit. de Anima, 148, 2. 
, De Salutat., at antiphona 

B. V. M., 277. 

, Super Orat. Dom., 277. 

, De Verit. Theol. 740. 

, De ligno \-it2e, 1049. 

Bonifacii Missa, 195, 4. 

Epistola, 249, 3. 

Boniface, Abp. Cant., 211, 3. 
Bonitatis essentia, de, inc. ' Omnis 

scientia suis utitur regulis,' 275, 6. 
Bonnivard, Fr., Memoires de, 1155. 

, Chronique de Geneve, 1166. 

Borough, Sir John, 522. 

Boroughe, Wm., Sea Chart, 643, 1209, 

23*. 
Boruma, from Bk. of Leinster, 1129. 
Bosquet, Dr. Fras., 1457. 
Bourdon, Pet., 1196. 



Bourgogne, Genealogie des Rois et 

Princes, 479, 618. 
Boyle, Roger, Commonplace Bk. 713. 
Bradley, Astron. Obs., 396. 
Braga, Antiquities of, 980. 
Brahe, Tycho, Obs., 443. 
Bramhall, Abp., Letters, 1697. 
Brecham, 347. 
Bremenses Articuli, 143, 3. 
Brenan, Paul, 328. 
Brendan or Brandain, St., La Vie, 951. 

, Vita, 175, 2, 3, 680, 24, 1096. 

Brerely, Answer to, 121. 

Bre\'iaria, 77-80, 85 sqq. 

Bre\'ia Regia, 862. 

Bre\-iary of order of a nobleman's 

house, 365. 
Brevium Formulae, 606, 640, 662, 863 

1051. 
Bridgeman, Hen., CoUectiones, 714. 
Bridlinton, Canonici de, Proph., 172, 

616. 
Brigida, S., 179,277, 1104. 
Bristol, Earl, 545, 806, 26. 
Britain, Affairs in, 1627, 980. 
'Britannorum Historia, by Halfdan 

Einari, 1004, 1021. 
British, Conversion of, 581, 23. 
Brooke, Rafe, Earls of Suffolk, 966. 
Brooke, Pedigree, 643. 
Broughton, Hugh, 787. 
Brown, Dr. John, Manners of the 

Times, 1448. 
BrowTie, Gabriel, 806, 37. 
Browne, Rev. P., to be Provost, 1181, 

24. 
, On Human Understanding, 

1197. 
Brun, Petr., Tract, ad mentem Doc- 

toris subtilis, 826. 
Brunelli Querimoniae, 440. 
Brunswick Troops in service of Geo. 

II., 986. 
Brussels, about Interments of Mendi- 
cants, 1056. 
Brute the Trojan, 537. 
Bucer, 259. 
Buckingham, Duke of, 645, 13, 731,. 

806, 26. 



542 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Buellensis, Abbatia, 574. 
Buffin, Execution of, 843, 17. 
Bulkeley, Abp., State of Dublin 

Churches, etc., 843, 13. 
Bulla, Adr. IV., 580, 15. 
, Contra dilacer. mortuorum, 

526. 
-, Various. See 1207. 



See 



BuUinger, Letters, 1157. 
Burchard, Vita Fremundi, 173. 
Burches, Hugo, 675. 
Burgensis Pupilla Oculi, 211, 4. 
Burgoyne, House of, 643. 
Burgundy, enterprise of the Duke, 621. 
Burlamachi, M., et sa famille, 1162. 
Burleigh, John, 419, 446. 
Burleigh, Ld., 853, 22. 
Burmese MSS., 1639 sqq. 
Burton, proceedings against, 542. 
Burtoniana, Analecta, 980, 981. 
Bury, Sir Wm., 808, 23. 
Bustos, De Jure Gent., etc., 296. 
Butler, Barthol., York Herald. 

456, 479. 
, Phil., Journey of Earl of 

Sussex, 1087. 

, SirEdw., 660. 

Butler Family, 1460. 
Byrde, Wm., 726, 854. 
Byrne, Oliver, 1205. 
Bysse, Rob., 840. 

Cabbala, 26, 227. 
Cabra, Map of, 652, 8. 
Cabrera, in Aristot., 418. 

, I. T. Enriquez de, 1057, 6. 

Cainnechus, S., Vita, 1059, 13, 1100. 

See Kannicus. 
Calais, Siege of, 484, 518. 
, Voyage of Earl of Essex, 806, 

31- 

, Lord Russell's march from, 

806, 25. 
Calendar of Scotland, 1086 1089. 

, An Irish, 1108. 

, Dee's Reformation of, 382. 

, see Kalendarium. 

Calendrin Family, 1152. 
Callenius, 172. 



Calvin's Catechism, Notes on, 153. 

Letter to Zurich, 1167. 

Cambridge Univ., 641, 764, 765. 
Camden, Wm., Geneal. of Engl., and 

Lives of Popes, 652, 4. 
, Antiquity of Pari., 853, 16, 

862, II. 
-, Letters to, 392, 416, 664. 



Campanus, Joh., Novariensis, 444. 
Campianus, De Motibus Planet., 408. 
Canal, P., Proces de, 1151. 
Canon, Doubts and Hopes cone, the 

6th, 599. 
Canones Apostolorum, 200. 
Concil. quorundam, 200, viz. 

Ancyran., Sardicens., Carthag., 

Milevitan., Trullan., Nicaen. sec. 
, Poenitentiales, 220. (This 

ought to be entitled neVpou koI 

IlauAoi; Kdvovei.) 

, Anglo-Saxon, 780. 

, Bagshaw on the, 857, i. 

in Arabic, 1529. 



Canterbury, Constitutions of, 526. 

, Pontifical, 98. 

, Catalogue of St. Augustine's 

Monast., 360. 
Canticles, 69-72, 88, 91-93. 
Canticum Canticorum, Expos., 230, 

I, 336, 346. 
Cantlowe or Cantalupus, Chron. Univ. 

Cambridge, 641. 
tCantus Philomenae, 163. 
Canwell Priory, 807, 6. 
Cappellus, Jac, Historia Sac. cum 

notis MSS., 210. 
Capua, Tho. de. Card., Ars Dictaminis, 

208. 
Caradoco, Excerpta ex, 672. 
Carantocus, S., 580, 24. 
Caravajal, De Lib. Arbitrio, 378. 
Carew, Sir P., his title to Cork, 581, 28. 

, Sir Geo., his books, 639. 

Carey, barony of, 647, 1059. 
Carleton, George, Letter to Camden, 

416, 664. 
Carlisle, Earl, grant to him of the 

Caribbee Islands, 736. 
Carmelitae, Regula, 194. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



543 



Cannichael, Abp., 1178. 
Camesecchi, 1224, 104. 
Carpenter (Xath.), Oxon., 150. 
Carrickfergus, Letter from, to Commiss. 

ofParl. (1653), 844,30. 
Carrickfergus Fort, 1180, 45, 48, 1209, 

26 sq. 
Carthagus, S., 174, 1101. 
Carthusianorum Relig., de, 321. 
Cartwright, Thos., 228, 295. 
Gary Barony, 647, 1059, 5. 
Casaubon Epp., 143. 
Case, Thos., Annales Monast. B.V.M., 

Dublin, 176. 
Cashel, Statutes of Province, 842, 5, 

20. 
, List of Aldermen (1690), 1180, 

29. 
Castellione, G. de, Poema, 697. 
Castlehaven, Lord, 731, 844, 15. 
Cataldus, S., Vita, 786. 
Catalogues, 1 to 12, 296, 368-361. 

1490 sq., 1707, sq. 
Catholicks, 632, 15. 

answer to Crashaw, 142. 

in Ireland, Papers relating to» 

567. 
contribution to Chas. I., 863, 

29. 

Confederated, 840. 

instructions as to Election of 

Magistrates, 667. 
, Bull of Pope Sixtus to, 1613 



667. 
Cato's Distichs, 619. 
Cattle, Irish, importation of, 1180, 4 

etc. 
Cavan Co., 670. 
Cavanagh, Abbot Chas., of Dniske, 

678. 
Cave, Thos., Instructions, 843, 7. 
Cavendish, Life of Wolsey, 180, 2, 

781. 
Caxton, History, 490. 
Cecil, SirR., 802, 7, 857,4, 5. 
Celestini Papae, Bulla, 226, 2. 
Celibacy, Clerical, 641. 
Celli^re, M. de, 911. 
Censuris Eccles., de, 308. 



Ceremonies (of Herald's Office), 484, 

612, 518, 663, 849 j^. 
See Heraldica. 
Cess in 1577, 681. 

Chaloner, Luke, 323, 354-358, 1210. 
Charite, The Tale of, 69, 3. 
Charlemagne, Gesta, 667. 
Charles I., 533, 4, sq. 543, 802, ro, 

808, 653, 662, 3, 865. 
, Orders to Council in Ireland, 

672. 
, Letters to his subjects in 

Ireland in 1626, 672. 
, Answer of the Lords on his 

projects, an. 5, 729. 

n., 853, 13. 

IX. of France, Treaty with Q. 

Eliz., 806, 6. 

v., Coins and Medals, 988. 



Charms, 1151. 

Chart of British Coasts, 643, 1209, 

2j - 

of Irish Coasts. 1209, 6, 18. 

Chartarum formulae, 605. 

, Repertorium, 662. 

Chaucer, G., Alchemy, 389. 

Cherokees, 1687. 

Chester, 675 ; surrender, 806, 8. 

, Earls of, 578. 

, Irish refugees at, 1449. 

Chesterfield, Lord, Letters, 944.^ 
Chichester, Sir A., Correspondence, 

746. 
Chinese books, 1645 sqq. 
Chionia, St., 171. 
Chiromantia, 115, 441. 
Choaet, Sur I'hist., etc., de Greneve, 

1150. 
Christ Church, Dublin, 568, 574-578, 

806, 12, 1207, 1697. 
. Book of Obits, 576 (publ. Irish 

Archaeol. Society, 1844). 
Christopher, St., 319. 
Chronicles, various, extracts, 617, 684, 

sq., 691, 664; 14th cent., 1337 

fin. 

, Anglo-Saxon, 631. 

, Narbon's, 633. 



-, Angliae a temp. Bniti, 486. 



544 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Chronicles, Anglise, 392, 484, sqq., 496, 
497, 501, 507, 509, 512, 513, 516. 

See Names of Authors. 
Chronologica Varia, 416, 787. 
Chronologica Fragmenta (Gr.), 231. 
Chronology, by Wm. ff. 165. 

, by E. Lively, 125 sq. 

Chronycle in Rhyme, 616. 
Chrysostom, S., Homil. in Ev. S., 

Matth., 182. 

,SermonesQuadrag.(Arab.),183. 

, on Parable of Lazarus (Engl.), 

233, I. 

. Sermones, 231. 

, , 186. 

, Sententias ex Homiliis, 276. 



Church Government, 140, 292, 329, 
529, 865, 1045, 8. 

Church of England, non Romana, etc., 

by Wolley, 1044. 

, Hist., 530; Varia, 627. 

, temp. Philip and Mary, 1184, 5. 

, Lamentation for her misery 

(s. xvii), 1194. 
, Revenues (under Hen. VII.) 

484, 536. 

De Exitibus Episcopatuum in 



manu Regis, temp. Edw. I., IL, 
III., 804, 9. 

, Touching the controversies of, 

121. 

, of Conformity, 140. See 

Coustitutiones. 

Churches, England, 632, 801, 4. 

, England and Ireland, Canons, 

1038, 5. 

Church of Ireland, State of Dioceses, 
550, 566, 582. 

, Papers relating to, 1631-1639, 

1697. 

, Revenues, 560, 661, 667, 804, 

10, II, 865, 1040. 

. , Episcopal, Steame's Collec- 
tions relating to Cork, Killala, 
Killaloe, Limerick, Elphin, Os- 
sory, Lismore, Clonfert, Water- 
ford, Armagh, Kilmore, 663. 

, His Majesty's Instructions 



(1620), 682, 808, 6 sq. 



Church of Ireland, Acts of Convocation. 

See Convocation. 
, Act of Ld. Deputy (1620), 

680, 12. 
, Letters of Wentworth and 

Laud, 1038, 4. 
, Report from Comm., 1648, 

806, 13. 
, His Majesty's New Endow- 
ments, 1040, 4-8. 
Church Lands, Davys' Letters on, 

680, 4. 
Church of Scotland, Spotiswoode, 631. 

See Ecclesia. 
Churches, Foreign, to Divines of 

Great Britain and Ireland, 294. 

, in Germany, 294. 

Cicero in Catilinam, 926. 

in Sallustium, 602. 

, De Inv. Rhetor., 927. 

, Epistolae quaedam, 422. 

, Liber Moralitatis ex eo, 216, 7. 

Cinque Ports, 604. 

Cistercian Constitutions, 680, 20, t653. 

, Annals, 664. 

Clanbrassil, Lord, 808, 16, 844, 19. 

Clare Co., State of, 539. 

, Notes on, by T. J. Westropp, 

971 sqq. 
-, Lloyd's Tour in, 973. 



Clare, Ex Reg. Fratr. Min., 654. 

Clarence, Duke of, Ordonnances pour 
I'office des armes, 518. 

Clarendon, Earl, State of Ireland, 658. 

, Wogan's Declar. on his His- 
tory, 1705. 

Clarke, Geo. (Sec. for War), Corre- 
spondence, 749. 

Claudius Caesar, 632. 

Clayton, Bp., on the Creeds, with Life, 
1142. 

Clemens Langthoniensis, 114. 

Romanus (pseud.), 202. 

Clement V., Bulla, 580, 5. 

Clement VIII.. 580, 9. 

Clergy deprived in 1591, 666. 

Clerk, W., Ancillans Synopsis, 686. 

Clerke, Franc, Procuratorium, 1193. 

tClerke, R., Verses, 662. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



545 



Clifford, Lady Ann, 698. 

Clogher, Fragmenta e Registro, 674 ; 

Incumbents, 1076. 
Clonfert, Reditus Episc. (1407), 804, 

10. 
Clonmacnoise Annals, 673. 

Register, 1059, 2. 

Clonmel, Excommunication in. 567. 

Clontarf, Battle of, 842, 1 1 , 1002. 

" Cloude of Unknowing," the, 122, i. 

CljTine, John., 574. 

Coelestinus. see Celestinus. 

Coemgen, S., 1098, 2. 

Coin, Diminution of, 862, 18. 

Coins and Medals. 987, 988. 

Coke (Cooke\ Chief Justice, 532, 8, 

545, 723, 802, 13, 807, 4, 858, 2. 
Colbert, M., 895. 
Coldwell, Capt., Letter, 806, 38. 
Coleraine, P\-nnar's Map. etc., 864. 

in 1641, etc., 866, 4. 

Colerus (Godofr.), Euclid, 394. 
Colgan's Acta Sanct. Index, 1083. 
CoUooney, engagement at. 845, 2. 
Colman, St., 175, 2, 3, 1103, 1109. 
tColmanalli, S., de Muckmon, Ex- 

cerpta ex Reg., 653. 
Columba, St., List of Poems, 1079, 

5- 

, Lives of, 1097. 1105 sq, 1137. 

Columbii Prophetia, 516. 

Colnll. SirR., 1178. 

Comenius, Janua Linguarum, 452. 

Comestor, Petr. Hist. V. T., 117, 3 sq. 

, De Poenit., de Sacram. Corp. 

et Sang.. 277. 
Comets (1618), 386. 
Comgall or Congal, St., 175. 
Commendams, 532, 7, 733. 
Commentarius in Ew. et Epp. 

Dominic, 597. 
Commissar}' Gen. Cork, Letter Book, 

1182. ' 
Commonplace Books, 356, 366, 417, 

676, 700. 701, 703, 710, 713, 716, 

782, 945, 946. 
Commons, House of. Proceedings, etc. 

, England, 611, 622. 

, Pri\Tleges of, 1039. 



Commons, House of, Ireland, 586. 843, 

19-21. 
, Members, 1661, 843, 20; and 

allowances, 1613, 1639, 843, 21. 
-, see Parliament. 



Compass, Variation of, 387. 
Conception, Immaculate, 965, 1256, 6, 

1261, 5. 
Concessiones Terrarum, 851, 8. 
Concordance, 65, 170. 
Concors, S., 1110. 
Condorcet, 1469. 
Confederated Catholics, 840. 
Confessione, De, 312, 332. 348, 362, 

615, 519. 
Confessorum Summa, 250. 
Confucius, 1646. 
tCong, Monast., 653. 
Connaught, 672, 734, 884. 

, Ex Annalibus Connac, 691. 

, Inquisitions in, 670. 

, Notes by T, J. Westropp, 

973. 
Connor, (Brandan), Letter to Ussher, 

667. 
Connor Diocese, Terrier, 1178, i. 
Conor MacNessa, stor\' of, 1106, 10. 
Consanguinitatis, etc., Arbores, 192, 2. 
Conscientiae, de Casibus, 1056. 
Consecration, Exeter CoU. Chap., 

633, 3. 

, Bp. of Down (1596), 678. 

Constantine the Great, 980. 
Constitutions of Canterburj-, 628. 
, Eccles. cum Glossa, inc. 

• Factae sunt leges,' 432. 
Contentio Alex. Hannib. et Scip., 

280, 7, 438. 
Convention, Gen. of Ireland, 808, 22. 
Convocation, Coxut of, 807, 5. 

— , Proceedings, 656, 668. 1038, 2. 

— ; Petition for {1702;, 1166, 4. 

, Documents relating to (1703), 

1039, 6. 



, , various, 1062. 

Conway, Lord, 843, 12. 

Cooke, Rob., Clarencieux, Grenealogiae, 

797. 
Cooper, John, Sermons, 859, 5. 



2 N 



546 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Cooper, Thos., Sermons, 129-134. 
Corbes and Herenachs, 842, 12. 
Corbett, Dr., Poems, t652, 877. 
Cordiale, 282, i. 
Cork, Election of Magistr., 843, 15. 

, Commissary Gen. Letter Book, 

1182. 
, Crok